Jack Lawson has been a Star Trek fan for most of the last fifty years. He graduated with a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of Washington, Seattle, in 1980, and taught linguistics, English as a second language and Spanish at California State University, Fresno. He retired in 2011 and began to study in preparation for writing Star Trek Genesis. The Worlds of Jack Lawson is a collection of science fiction and fantasy novels that he has written over the years. (It's a collection of disparate books rather than a series as such.) He lives in Fresno, California, with his wife, Maria. They have five children and twelve grandchildren, enough to keep them busy even without writing and publishing.
Jack's books include:
Affair of State (the Worlds of Jack Lawson Book 3) is now available.
Jack Lawson, author of Star Trek Genesis and Medflies
Gabriela Lawson is a freelance author, poet and playwright originally from Fresno, CA. She has been an active member of the Woodward Shakespeare Festival as both an actor and director. She has recently moved to Colorado because, she says, she likes to climb mountains!
Her romance novels include:
The two novels on our list were originally published several years ago by Brave New Genre. They were supposed to be part of a trilogy but Gabi's plans were disrupted by a personal crisis and by the tragic death of her previous publisher. If you like these novels, let us know so we can get the third novel of that trilogy out of Gabi. and maybe even some other stuff!
Gabriela Lawson, Romance Novelist
Deirdre Hutchins lives in Southern California with her husband, three kids and their Silky Terriers, Percy and Ella. When she’s not writing, she enjoys hiking, teaching drama to kids, and investigating “strange noises” in creepy places.
Deirdre's novels include:
Voodoo in Savannah (Paranormal Investigators League Book 1)
A Hanging in Tucson (Paranormal Investigators League Book 2)
Suicide on Sunset (Paranormal Investigators League Book 3) is due out later this month
Deirdre promises to send the Paranormal Investigators League out on other cases. If you liked Voodoo in Savannah and A Hanging in Tucson, you won't want to miss Suicide on Sunset. Due out in August. And keep writing to let Deirdre know you want the Investigators to keep investigating. (Maybe to New England?) Let us know.
Deirdre Hutchins, Paranormal Mystery writer