Amanda McCracken

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Meet New CAL Member Natasha Wing

Natasha Wing is the best-selling author of The Night Before series including titles: The Night Before Kindergarten and The Night Before Halloween. She’s been writing for more than 25 years and publishes both fiction and narrative nonfiction pictures books. Her latest title, When Jackie Saved Grand Central, received two starred reviews from Booklist and Kirkus. Wing has also self-published a picture about a snowboarding rabbit called Fresh Snow! and a pie recipe book for grown ups. She lives in Fort Collins with her husband, Dan, and cat, Purrsia, and saves prairie dogs.




Welcome New CAL Member Cristina Trapani-Scott

Christina Trapani-Scott moved to Northern Colorado from Michigan where she was born and raised, and just as she moved, her debut poetry chapbook was in the works. Trapani-Scott writes both poetry and fiction, while saying she is moving more toward fiction. She is currently working on a novel based on an advertisement she saw on a car window.




Welcome New CAL Member Randi Samuelson-Brown

Randi Samuelson-Brown writes Historical Fiction, tending toward the dark side. Her first published book, coming out from Five Star Publishing (Gale/Cengage), is titled The BEATEN TERRITORY. The book is an account of the seamier side of Denver in the 1890’s and is based upon some real characters in Denver’s history. Publication date is October 18, 2017.




Welcome New CAL Member Ethan Proud

Ethan started writing at a young age when traveling to sporting events to watch his siblings compete or on the way to his own tournaments. He began working on his first published work Rebellion in the seventh grade with his older brother Lincoln. Since then they have co-written the Rebellion Trilogy and published all three books.




Ethan Proud


Websites: rebelliontrilogy.blog
proudbrotherswriting.com
Email: ethan.and.lincoln@gmail.com
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Joined CAL: June 2017

Specialties: Fiction, particularly fantasy and sci-fi

Skills & Media: Short stories, full length novels, etc.

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Rebellion: Book One of the Rebellion Trilogy
Vengeance: Book Two of the Rebellion Trilogy
Onslaught: Book Three of the Rebellion Trilogy

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Ethan started writing at a young age when traveling to sporting events to watch his siblings compete or on the way to his own tournaments. He began working on his first published work Rebellion in the seventh grade with his older brother Lincoln. Since then they have co-written the Rebellion Trilogy and published all three books.




James McCartney

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Welcome New CAL Member Jerry Fabyanic

Jerry Fabyanic is the award-winning author of Sisyphus Wins, a novel about self-acceptance, forgiveness, and triumph. He retired from his previous incarnation as an English and social studies at Summit High School. Jerry is currently the long-running columnist of the Clear Creek Courant and hosts the Rabbit Hole on KYGT-FM during which he interviews authors about their works and themselves.




Welcome New CAL Member Bronwyn Long

Bronwyn Long is a nurse by day and writer by night. Her pen name, Rohret Buchner, honors grandmothers whose courage and determination are the inspiration for intrepid heroines. Length of Days and Poetry of Days are the first two books in the science fiction/fantasy Shalemar Trilogy. Bronwyn is published in health care-related academic journals and was a freelance wine writer for Examiner.com and coloradowineandfood.com. Bronwyn lives with her husband in Denver.




Welcome New CAL Member Ginny Purvis

V.L. Purvis-Smith (Ginny) grew up on a farm in Colorado, earned a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan, and a Master of Divinity degree from McCormick Theological Seminary (Chicago). She worked as a special education teacher, pastor, school administrator, and English composition teacher in the United States, West Africa, and the Caribbean.  Ginny lives with her husband in Westminster.