Kelly Bridgewater is an active member of My Book Therapy and ACFW. Two of her short stories, Letting Go and Moving on, have been published. She finished her Bachelor and Masters degree in English at Indiana State University. She has completed two complete manuscripts, Missing and Deadly Hunt, which she hopes one day will be published. Currently, she's working on a three part trilogy that she's in the process of writing and can't wait to introduce Devin Sanders and Chloe Walker to the world. Besides here, she also blog on Hoosier Ink and her personal blog located at Kelly would love to meet new readers and writers who comment on her blog. She resides in Western Indiana with her husband, their three sons, and their two dogs.
Marcy G. Dyer's debut novel, Down & Out, was published by Desert Breeze Publishing in 2012. She recently retired from her nursing career to write full-time and her third novel will come out late 2014. In addition to writing for Sleuths and Suspects, Marcy maintains two other blogs. One is dedicated to those who have autoimmune diseases: Gimpy Gal and she maintains a blog on her website: Marcy G. Dyer. Stop by her website and learn more about her writing and her books.

Heidi Glick grew up in California but now calls Ohio home. Heidi taught science and edited science documents before becoming an author. She has a passion for writing books (suspense and nonfiction) from the perspective of a Christian worldview. When she's not busy discovering unique ways to wreak havoc upon the lives of her fictional characters, she spends quality time with her family. Her current project includes a co-authored devotional on infertility that is designed to bring hope and encouragement to others. 

Amanda Holland's first short story was published in February 2014 in Splickety Love, a Christian flash fiction magazine. Her second short story appeared in June in Splickety Prime. She recently completed her first novel and is a finalist in the ACFW First Impressions contest. Amanda is a pastor's wife, mom of two boys and a Yorkie, dental hygienist and children's ministries director. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers. To find out more, visit her blog, Grace In Our Moments.
Deborah Malone’s first novel Death in Dahlonega, finaled in the American Christian Fiction Writer’s Category Five writing contest. Deborah was also nominated for 2011 and 2012 Georgia Author of the Year in the Novel category. She has worked as a freelance writer and photographer for the historic magazine “Georgia Backroads” since 2001. She has had many articles and photographs published, and her writing is featured in Tales of the Rails, edited by Olin Jackson, as well as the Christian Communicator. She is a member of the Georgia Writer’s Association, Christian Author’s Guild, Advanced Writers and Speaker’s Association and the American Christian Fiction Writers.

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