Hello Srs here! On behalf of D.K.Viola and myself, let me say thank you for visiting our website and becoming a part of our ever growing community of authors, writers, poets, and so many more wonderful additions. Here you will find our family of authors and learn a little bit about us.
From her own experiences, and stories from family and others, D.K. Viola has always been fascinated by the unknown. She read her first book about Cryptids when her father came home with a book about Bigfoot at 10 years of age, which prompted a life-long quest to find the answers to the question: "Is there something else besides us in this universe?" Do aliens exist? There must be life besides us, and her first book: Evolution, The Indigo Child, tries to explain that. Her subsequent novels will also try and answer those questions that we all wonder, but are afraid to talk about. D.K. lives in a small town in Pennsylvania with her husband, children and pets.
I live with my wonderful husband in Pa. We share three children and six amazing beautiful grandchildren. When I’m not writing I am actively involved in saving the lives or unwanted and forgotten feral cats. I live by the strong belief of working hard and dreaming big. My passion for writing is so strong that I tend to get lost in the fantasy and forget about the real world. My oldest grandson, who is seven, has been diagnosed with ASD and our journey together in this world has shown me that thinking outside of the box is pretty amazing. May you enjoy the halo novels as much as I enjoy writing them.
Like the protagonist in her first story, Ghost Eyes, Viktoria loves the water. Growing up, she wished she could breathe underwater and play with the fish in the lakes and streams or swim with dolphins in the ocean. Her imagination from childhood never left and eventually began seriously writing while working in San Francisco amongst other writers and artists. Now back in Pennsylvania, Viktoria has become a tree-hugging goddess and makes frequent trips to the beach.
As a mother and imagination enthusiast, I find the art of writing for children very euphoric. As we grow we all tackle obstacles within our lives. Making mistakes is a part of the experience and learning curves we all need. "Never be aftraid to make Magical Mistakes." When you make one, you learn something and that can be used to create something new. I also leave one mistake within all my books. Can you find it? Follow me on Facebook and I am on www.gt-publishing.com too!
Karla Jensen has been writing professionally for over three decades, She has enjoyed working in the radio, television and magazine publishing industries, owned her own advertising agency, and served as the past executive director of her local arts center in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. She founded and led a writers group there for ten years and at the same time, served as the Beaver Dam Community Activities and Services writers group leader for six years. Jensen also became a well-known columnist for LocaLeben Magazine, a southeastern Wisconsin arts and culture publication. She has published two nonfiction books (Nobody's Hero Marine Story and Inner Rhythm:The Inside Story of Wisconsin's Longest Running AAU Basketball Program, dozens of plays as a playwright, and multiple manuscripts for rising authors. Karla moved to Hamburg, PA in the spring of 2017, where her husband, Rev. Mark Jensen, serves as pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church. Karla enjoys reading, theatre, exploring the beauty and history of Pennsylvania and the surrounding area and seeing her three grown children, Micah, Isaac and Kamilla.
I am a military wife and mother of four. From a young age writing has been a passion of mine and I love being able to get my imagination down on paper to share. I write romance, erotica and anything to do with love or passion. You can find me on here, or on www.gt-publishing.com Information to follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram can be found under the social media tab on this website and on the www.gt-publishing.com. Remember: "You can't have History, without a Story in it."