Other Authors

I work with other writers a lot.  Here are some of my favorite people and their recently released books.


Anne Stephenson

Anne is the other half of Stephanie Browning.  When she is not creating fun romances with Susan, Anne writes mysteries, essays, and scripts.  Her latest exciting mystery for 9 to 12 year olds, is Paper Treasure: A Charlie Bradford Mystery.  An old gold mine, missing shares and a 13-year-old super sleuth...

Spending the summer months in Colville with his little brother trailing behind him is not exactly Charlie Bradford's idea of a good time...but when someone steals his late grandfather's shares in The Treasure Creek Gold Mine and then tries to trick the other owners into selling theirs, Charlie is hopping mad....
His grandfather believed in that mine.
Joining forces with new friend Lisa Kirby, Charlie tracks down his grandfather's old partners only to find a thief who will stop at nothing to get his hands on The Treasure Creek Gold Mine!

Find out more about Anne and her work at annestephensonwriter.com.

Alice and Dennis Jackson

Members of the Writers Cooperative of the Pacific Northwest

Dennis and Alice are twin souls who were reunited in this lifetime in 1996, and immediately recognized each other from past lives. They are considered experts on the subject of twin souls and relationship issues.  Alice has recently launched a series of abstract art coloring books, Imagery from Beyond, which are designed to lead the colorist through stress-relieving self-discovery.

Find out more about Alice and Dennis and their work at www.messagesfrombeyond.com

Dana Stabenow

Dana and I (along with essayist Kathleen Alcala) met at Hedgebrook Writer’s Retreat on Whidbey Island near the start of our careers.  Dana has soared, writing a hugely successful series of mysteries set in Alaska.  She has recently published a three book series, Of Silk and Song, about Marco Polo’s granddaughter – a story that has been demanding she write it for years.  I’ve just dipped into its pages and I’m thoroughly enjoying the clear vision of faraway times and places…and the adventure!

Find out more about Dana and her work at stabenow.com.

Kathleen Alcala

A writer whose work spans cultural research, essays, novels and more.  Her latest book, The Deepest Roots, explores the interrelationship of food with the local culture where she grew up in the Pacific Northwest.

Find out more about Kathleen and her work at www.kathleenalcala.com

Toni Kief

A member of the Writers Cooperative of the Pacific Northwest

From absorbing flash fiction that delves into the human condition with humor and a twisted knife to her debut novel Old Baggage, an Older Adult Coming of Age story, Toni’s stories keep you turning pages and wanting to know more about the ordinary, extraordinary lives of her characters.

Find out more about Toni and her work at tonikief.com.

Members of the Writers Cooperative of the Pacific Northwest – Indie Authors at their best!


Angela Magnotti Andrews

An expert in antique jewelry, prolific blogger, and a reluctant garden aficionado.  


Find out more about Angela and her work at www.angelamagnottiandrews.com

Matthew Buza

His debut novel, Alone in the Darkness, is a trip of heart-pounding suspense set in his home town of Everett, WA as a small time drug dealer tries to save a young woman from the underbelly of society.

Find out more about Matthew and his work at www.matthewbuza.com

Bruce Fergusson

An award-winning writer of fantasy and suspense.  His latest book, Two Graves for Michael Furey, is a shocking race to find a demented killer.

Find out more about Bruce and his work at www.brucefergusson.com

David Ellsworth Hoag

A writer of sardonic and twisted poetry.  His books of poetry will bring a wry smile if not an outright guffaw.

Find out more about David and his work at www.dellsworthhoagpoet.com

Linda Jordan

The world just beyond the edge of vision, fairies, magic and the fey is the landscape of Linda’s most recent work.  Young adult and adult fantasy and science fiction are her preferred genres.  New releases coming soon!

Find out more about Linda and her work at www.Lindajordan.net

Janis Hutchinson

From reflective analysis of Mormon religious practices, to cults, to a suspense thriller (her latest) Janis ranges across a broad plain of ideas, experiences, and gripping stories.

Find out more about Janis and her work at www.Janis Hutchinsonbooks.com

Roland Trenary

The last word on early 20th century illustrator Mahlon Blaine (novel, coloring book, and reference book) and in his own right, a musician, artist, and author of the rollicking children’s book, Every Penny Counts

Find out more about Roland and his work at groundedoutlet.com

Andrenik Y. Sergoyan

Science fiction and chilling suspense thrillers, flow from the mind of Andre.  Fast-paced reads that will leave you gasping.

Find out more about Andre and his work at andrenikysergoyan.weebly.com

Edward Sergoyan

A reflective historian of the trek of displaced Armenians and their lives in Old Shanghai.

Do you have a favorite author I should check out? Let me know!