The bestselling author of more than forty books, William’s works include the bestselling Ben Kincaid series, the historical novel Nemesis: The Final Case of Eliot Ness (now being adapted into a miniseries), two books of poetry, and a series of books on writing fiction.
David Gaughran is the author of several historical adventures and has helped thousands of authors self-publish through his workshops, blog, and writer books Let’s Get Digital, Strangers to Superfans, and Amazon Decoded.
Rebecca Hatcher Travis is a poet and citizen of the Chickasaw Nation who carries deep roots in Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas. Her first book, Picked Apart the Bones, won the Native Writers’ Circle of the Americas First Book of Poetry Award and her newest poetry book, Constant Fires, was a finalist for an Oklahoma Book Award and won the Gold Award from the Independent Book Publishers Association.
Callie Hutton is a USA Today-bestselling author who has penned more than 30 historical romance books, and writes humorous and spicy Regency with “historic elements and sensory details” (The Romance Reviews).
Hannibal B. Johnson, a Harvard Law School graduate, is an author, attorney, and consultant specializing in diversity and inclusion issues, human relations, leadership, and non-profit leadership and management.
Gena Maselli is a professional writer who loves to see others living their dreams. She has written 15 books as well as numerous magazine and Web articles for publications like Brio, HomeLife, Christian Single, Marriage Today, Believer’s Voice of Victory and more.
Fuse Literary Agent Tricia Skinner was raised in Detroit, Michigan. Professionally, she began her career as a newspaper reporter and wrote for the Detroit News, Investor’s Business Daily, MSN, and The Houston Chronicle. Tricia has 20 years of experience working with the video game industry in various roles, and she’s a published Fantasy author.
Lauren Smith is a USA Today Bestselling and National Award winning author of over 25 novels. Her love of strong characters and wild adventure stories have led to her meeting fans from all around the world.
A former high school English teacher, Laurel Thomas has written for magazines such as Guideposts, Mysterious Ways and others. In addition to her foray into fiction with her first novel, Laurel has ghosted nonfiction books and edited others.