Author of Where the Briars Sleep, published July 2021 with Tangled Tree Publishing. Follow Emma and find excellent reading recommendations for horror lovers on Instagram, on Facebook and her page All Things Horror, LinkedIn, and for more horror story shorts follow Emma on Wattpad @drowningdepths, and her personal blog, Emma Beaven Writes.
Contributor and featured author, A Letter to My Mom, by Lisa Erspamer, April 2015 with Crown Archetype. Trish Broome shares her adventures and insights writing for Very Well Family, Scary Mommy, Popsugar, Motherly and more which you can find on her website, trishbroome.com, and follow Learn on LinkedIn, Facebook, her author website, trishbroome.com.
Dr. Rima Devereux
Dr. Rima is an editor at the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK), the oldest Anglican mission organization and leading publisher of Christian books in the United Kingdom (founded in 1698). Rima is a published fantasy writer and a member of the prestigious Clockhouse London Writers. When not writing or editing, Rima enjoys country walks, playing the flute, European cinema and medieval re-enactment.
Founder of Make Your Break, Alyshia Hull started off as a freelance writer and speaker with the goal of getting children involved with reading, writing, and goal-setting. With this mission in mind, Alyshia has worked with companies like Girls’ Life, Bossbabe.co, Intern Queen, American Greetings, ADWEEK, Rachael Ray, Business Insider and more. Learn more at AlyshiaHull.com, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, her Podcast: Make Your Break with Alyshia Hull, and on Taco and Friends!
Brooke is a former school administrator, teacher, adjunct instructor for Ashford University, and regular contributor to EducationWorld.com. Brooke obtained her Masters in Educational Leadership at the American College of Education after receiving her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the University of South Florida. Brooke taught various elementary grade levels for over ten years, then became an assistant principal, and later an adjunct professor at Asford University. Today Brooke is a full-time writer, adjunct professor, and mom who creates curriculum for Schoolhouse Teachers, a division of The Old Schoolhouse magazine, and she loves reading and writing encouraging stories while raising two growing boys, Tristan and Gabriel.
Joe Martin is a Silicon Valley veteran. He is currently an SVP of Marketing at Scorpion and has previously been a CMO of CloudApp, Head of Marketing at Adobe, and has consulted with Google and dozens of other tech companies. He has over 15 years of experience in the tech space and has developed his own platform around work-life balance, marketing, and “Dadlife” through blogging and using social media to talk about his experiences building tech companies. Martin has also had dozens of speaking engagements, and been quoted in top-tier media outlets like AP, WSJ, The NY Times, Forces, etc. He is also a frequent contributor to Hubspot, Read/Write, Medium, and other tech blogs. He also operates a podcast called The Age of An Experience that has over 100k Linkedin live views on the episodes, and you can find him on Twitter, Linkedin, YouTube, Medium, Instagram, and his Website. Martin has an MBA from Utah and a degree in Entrepreneurship from Stanford GSB, and he is the proud father of three and husband of one. Joe lives in Utah and loves to be outside as much as possible.
Peggy Wirgau lives in Arvada, Colorado. She loves bringing history to life for readers and has written for Appleseeds, Insight, Learning Through History, and contributed to the anthology, Why? Titanic Moments. Her blog at www.peggywirgau.com features in-depth Titanic stories, and her followers include descendants of the ship’s real-life victims and survivors. A graduate of Michigan State University and George Mason University, Peggy is an active member of American Christian Fiction Writers,
Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, and Great Lakes Titanic Connection. She loves to travel, especially to New York City and Mackinac Island, Michigan, where she explores historical sites. Peggy is also a Registered Nurse. She and her husband have two adult children and a baby grandson. Find Peggy on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, The Stars in April, and her website, Peggy Wirgau Writes.
Diana is a prolific writer focusing in non-fiction, poetry, and editorial work. She specializes in the mental health space, topics about love, and behavioral science. With ten years experience in advertising, marketing, she has brought her talents to Childress Ink, as Product Developer and Executive Literary Agent.
Kelly Anne White is an award-winning author across multiple genres. Upcoming projects include lift-the-flap book Loud Hosannah, middle-grade fiction series A.N.G.E.L.S. Unlimited, fanzine-style Groovy Jesus, and an adult work of creative nonfiction titled Like Fireflies through a Jungle. Titles Include: The Legend of the Fairy Stones, The Bible Adventure Book of Scavenger Hunts, Outdoor Adventures: Archery, Natural Wonders of the World: Yellowstone National Park, Choose a Career Adventure: White House.
Thea has over 30 years of experience in the corporate and start-up worlds with an emphasis on female empowerment and music. She decided it was time to “shift back and give back” in 2018 and the foundation and podcast became a reality within six months thanks to her diverse expertise and ability to pull together a lean but mighty group of experts. Recently honored to be a member of The Recording Academy (Grammys).