Staci is the daughter of a rock star and a pin-up model. She writes paranormal romance and is one of those rare born-and-raised-in L.A.-and-still-living-here unicorns. She's also a screenwriter and filmmaker.
When she's not writing, you can find her whipping up a mean cup of coffee, running with scissors, or watching The Big Lebowski for the eleventy-bajillionth time.
Her movies, music videos, and book trailers can be viewed on Vimeo/BlueStreak. You can follow her on Instagram @HollywoodTales
Learn more about Staci on her website or on Facebook.
H.R. Boldwood is a writer of urban fantasy, horror and speculative fiction. In another incarnation, Boldwood is a Pushcart Prize nominee and was awarded the 2009 Bilbo Award for Creative Writing.
Her characters are kicked to the curb at every conceivable opportunity. Author is not responsible for the dastardly and sometimes criminal acts committed by this ragtag group of miscreants.
You can learn more about H.R. at her website or on Facebook.
An intervew with H.R. Boldwood:
Keith Domingue is a fitness coach, an avid martial artist, and a screenwriter, living in Los Angeles. In addition to writing the feature film S.W.A.T.: Under Siege, he has also written scripts for Sony Pictures, MGM Entertainment, Dimension Films and Village Roadshow Pictures. Keith splits his time between the computer screen and the gym.
Interviews with Keith Domingue:
"You couldn't ask for a finer guide to the future -- or the past -- than Doug Molitor." -- Larry Gelbart (M*A*S*H, Tootsie)
Doug Molitor is an L.A. native, scriptwriter and novelist who enjoys traffic, brushfires and earthquakes.
He's written for comedies (Sledge Hammer!, You Can't Take It With You, Police Academy) and sci-fi/fantasy adventure series (Sliders, Mission: Genesis, Adventure Inc., Young Hercules, F/X) and the western comedy Lucky Luke.
In animation, he co-wrote the feature SpacePOP, and was writer and/or story editor series as The Wizard of Oz, Happily Ever After, X-Men, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures, Sinbad, Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, Roswell Conspiracies, Sabrina, Beetlejuice, and Captain Planet (for which he won two Environmental Media Awards and was nominated for the Humanitas Prize).
He is also a former Jeopardy Champ, appearing a total of 13 days on two versions of the show.
A refugee from the silly fields of Hollywood, where he cavorted with such luminaries as Bugs Bunny and Betty Boop (although the latter was but a brief affair), Steven Paul Leiva has authored multiple novels.
His work has been praised by literary great Ray Bradbury, Oscar-winning film producer Richard Zanuck, NY Times bestselling author Diane Ackerman, and Star Trek actor John Billingsley. Steven has also received the Scribe Award from the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers.
A traveler among several genres, his books include witty Hollywood thrillers, film novelizations, satire, sci-fi, and romantic fiction. You can find out more about Steven at his website.
Robin Morris lives in Southern California because writers are supposed to live there. She has the requisite number of writer's cats. Robin writes humor, science fiction, horror and thrillers.
Paula Bernstein is a physician, a scientist and the author of the Hannah Kline Mystery Series. Murder in the Family, the first book in the series, is based on a true story--the brutal murder in 1990 of a beloved friend and cousin.
Like her main character Hannah Kline, Paula has spent her professional career as a practicing obstetrician gynecologist.
Her website is www.HannahKlineMysteries.com