Maaja Wentz is an award-winning author of fantasy, science fiction, mystery, and children's fiction. Recent titles include: Feeding Frenzy: Curse of the Necromancer; and the Saltwater Spy School series, Marina Royale and The Hunt for Red Octopus. The short story, "Inside of a Dog," appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine.
When she is not diving into ocean research for her pen name, Apricot Banks, Maaja works as a teacher-librarian in Toronto.
Apricot Banks Website: https://www.apricotbanks.com/
Amazon Author Page with all books: https://www.amazon.ca/Maaja-Wentz/e/B01L23DEJW/
Universal Book Links:
Feeding Frenzy: Curse of the Necromancer
Marina Royale: https://books2read.com/Marina-Royale
The Hunt for Red Octopus: https://books2read.com/RedOctopus
A.A. Jankiewicz (known to most as Agnes) hails from the city of Pickering, Ontario. Her debut novel ‘Q-16 and the Eye to All Worlds’ was published as part of her thesis project at Durham College as part of the Contemporary Media Production Program. Prior to that, she graduated from York University with a BFA in Film Theory, Historiography and Criticism. When she’s not busy plotting the next great adventure, writing, doodling, tinkering in the Adobe suite programs or mellowing out with her friends, she enjoys walks with her four-legged companion Meesha. She is currently working on the next installment in the Q-16 series.
Jason Shannon is the author of fpur science fictions novels, "The Zimmer Insurgency", "The Hounds of Harujin", "The Moon Panther", and "Rain's Agenda". A fifth novel, "The Ballad of Tumelun Tombs", is coming soon.
Richard began writing circa 1974; a bored child looking for something to do. A trip to a local bookstore saw the proprietor introduce him to Terry Brooks and Stephen R. Donaldson and his writing life was forever changed.
Richard worked in a warehouse for 22 years, before going back to school. Graduating with honours, he joined the local Police Service.
In 2017, Richard resigned from the Police Service to pursue writing full-time. With the support of his family, he has finally realized his boyhood dream and has currently published 13 novels with many more on the way.
David M. Kelly writes fast-paced, near-future sci-fi thrillers with engaging characters, cynical humor, and (usually!) plausible science. He is the author of the Joe Ballen series, Logan’s World series, and the Hyperia Jones series. Originally from Yorkshire, England, David emigrated to Canada in 2005 and settled in Northern ON where he was able to transition from the world of IT into life as a full-time writer. David is a rabid science news follower and especially passionate about astronomy and physics. Never short of an opinion, he writes about science and technology on his blog.