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.
Titles Include: The Courage of Benjamin Bear, Molding Heart One Virtue at a Time Series
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 Ashford 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.
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.
Titles Include: Where the Briars Sleep
Emma Beaven grew up in a reputedly haunted house on Solomons Island in Maryland. She has been an avid reader and writer of horror since she discovered Andersen’s fairy tales as a little girl. Her love of books followed her throughout her life, as she studied English literature at University of Maryland, College Park. And from there she has been on staff at the central Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore for over 15 years, where she currently manages the Maryland Interlibrary Loan department and is surrounded by books all day.
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
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.
A Michigan native, Peggy now lives in Delray Beach, Florida. She loves bringing history to life for readers. Peggy has written for Appleseeds, Insight, Learning Through History, and contributed to Why? Titanic Moments by Yvonne Lehman.
Titles Include: A Letter to My Mom, Zoey the Independent Cat, Hanna Lee Loves Mashed Potatoes and Kimchi
Trish Broome knew she wanted to be a writer when she wrote her first short story, The Lousy Life of Lauren Lewis, in the sixth grade. Raised in Newport, Virginia by a single Korean mom, she received her B.A. from Longwood College and her M.A. from Loyola College. Her writings have been published in Motherly, PopSugar and Love What Matters.
Titles Include: First Lady's of Music Coloring & Activity Book
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.
Titles Include: The Legend of the Manuscript, The Kingdom of Gorre Series
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.