Below is the growing network of talented authors, artists, and other contributors to Thomas Hill Publishing projects.
If you’d like to be included, please contact me via the contact page so we can talk about the right opportunities.
Valeri is a Maine poet whose debut collection, …details…, became a top-ten seller on Amazon in its first day for both women’s. and contemporary poetry. She has been published in nearly half a dozen print and online literary magazines including Zest and Far Away literary magazines, The Writer’s Drawer, Kumquat Poetry, and Contemporary Poetry – An Anthology of Best Present Day Poems.
She has links to her published poems as well as weekly poetry prompts at http://wordsoftheval2000.wordpress.com. You can also connect with Valeri at valeribeers.com, and on Facebook and Twitter.
Mark David McClure was born and raised in Bay City, Michigan. He began writing in high school when he wrote an elegy for his father’s funeral. He has been an avid reader, soaking in the plethora of worlds found in the works of Patricia Cornwell, Stephen King, Bev Vincent, Stephen J. Spignesi, Brian James Freeman, Sue Grafton, Joseph Payne Brennan and many others. His favorite genre is horror, but he finds himself indulging in an occasional mystery.
Mark has a lot to offer and can’t wait to bring to the masses the enduring literature he has written and is yet to write. Supporting him in this undertaking are his wife and daughter. They have been the sounding board for his work for some time. His growing list of short fiction and poetry includes:
Time Was Gone
You Stand Ashore
Thankful for the many opportunities in life, Mark wants to share what he has learned in life and what he hopes to learn, as life is an ever-expanding universe within.
You can read Mark’s Day Job article, Dive Right In, here.
Rory is the editor of the Mountain View Telegraph in Moriarty, New Mexico and writes a weekly award-winning humor column. His novels include Blind Man’s Bluff and Time in the World, both available at Amazon.com. Read his blog at www.sageofbarton.blogspot.com.
Rory was the first to contribute a Day Job article, Achieving Goals. Check it out here.