Kathryn Page Camp
Peggy ArcherPeggy writes fiction, poetry and non-fiction for children. A HIPPY-HOPPY TOAD, won the SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators) Work-in-Progress award for picture book text. When she is not writing she enjoys reading mysteries, doing puzzles, walking, line dancing, and spending time with her family. She and her husband have six children and twelve grandchildren. A retired registered nurse and native Hoosier from Indiana, she now lives with her husband in O’Fallon, Missouri where she writes full time. Author page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeggyArcherAuthor/ Author on Twitter: @PeggyAArcher Author blog: www.peggyarcher.com/blog.htm Find me on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, too!
Kathryn Page CampWriters write, speakers speak, and lawyers give advice whether you ask for it or not. As a writer, I am the author of WRITERS IN WONDERLAND and IN GOD WE TRUST. As a speaker, I enjoy talking to all sorts of audiences. And as a writer who is also a lawyer, I love to tell other writers how the law affects them. My website will give you an entry into a world where fact and fiction are siblings; a creative writer shares a brain with an analytical researcher; a small town minister’s daughter and a big city lawyer live in the same body; and an avid reader melds into an avid writer.
Anastasia TreklesDr. Anastasia Trekles is a clinical professor at Purdue University Northwest in Westville, Indiana. She also works with several professional non-profits to support educators and writers in Indiana and the Chicagoland area, including serving as board chairperson for the Indiana Connected Educators and the Indiana Writers Consortium. Dr. Trekles has an extensive background with educational technology, including design and pedagogical strategies as well as the effective integration of various technologies into teaching. Her specialty area is instructional design for online learning and technology integration, and in addition to providing professional development and mentorship for other faculty, she has taught a wide array of undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in these areas, both in-classroom and via distance education. Dr. Trekles is the author of the textbook, Putting People First: Human Issues in Instructional Technology, and has spent much of her career working toward understanding and teaching others how to employ universal and accessible design practices into online learning materials. And while she might not have graduated from the Zondrell Magic Academy, but she has spent a fair amount of time around schools, as well as her personal passion of fantasy fiction. The world of M’Gistryn is a world completely her own, inspired by everything from Final Fantasy to Star Wars, from Harry Potter to the Sopranos, and from Ancient Rome to feudal Europe. But there’s more to M’Gistryn than magic and prophecies - it’s a world full of real people, struggling with real situations and emotions. In Core, the first book in the M’Gistryn series, she explores issues of war, coming of age, and the fulfillment of our life’s purpose. Find out more and buy at Zelda23Publishing.com.
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