Leslie Lindsay is the author of Speaking of Apraxia: A Parent’s Guide for Childhood Apraxia of Speech (Woodbine House, 2012), a finalist for both Reader’s Choice and ForeWord Review’s book of the year awards.She is a member of the Missouri Writer’s Guild as well as an honorary member of the RWA-Windy City. She has participated in several fiction workshops, most recently at The University of Wisconsin—Madison. In addition, she contributes to two critique groups, works closely with a critique partner, and maintains an active blog consisting of author interviews and writing tips, www.leslielindsay.com. She can also be found on Twitter @LeslieLindsay1 and Facebook as Leslie Lindsay.
“Greg Stolze is an Aurora resident who has been writing lies for money since he was in college. You can read a bunch of them at www.gregstolze.com/fiction_library or follow him on Twitter at @GregStolze. He also makes games.”
As for an avatar, I use this one a lot.
Alyssa Trivett is a twenty-something, wandering soul from the Midwest. When not writing, she works two jobs and listens to a lot of music. She has been known to write lines on the back of gas station receipts. She can be reached at AlyssaT316 at aol.com.