I’m fortunate to be a member of two writers’ groups. These fellow authors write in a variety of genres, and I invite you to check out their work at the links below.

Chris Rogers is the best-selling author of the Dixie Flannigan mystery series. She has also published a comprehensive instruction manual for writers titled “Goosing the Write Brain” and a collection of mystery short stories titled “Death Edge Tales: 7 Nail-Biting Stories of Suspense.”  Her website is:
Stacey Keith, at age 19, published the best-selling, how-to book titled “Drive Your Woman Wild in Bed.” She recently finished an eye-opening account of life in the skin trade. She also writes steamy romance novels and quirky, humorous thrillers. Her recently published “Catwalk” (under the pen name Angelika Helsing) is available here:
Rodney Walther writes emotion-packed stories about dysfunctional families and ultimate redemption. His “Broken Laces,” in which Little League baseball plays a catalytic role, has been an Amazon bestseller for more than two years. His website is:
Vanessa Leggett spent 168 days in federal custody for her refusal to betray confidential sources for her forthcoming book The Murder of the Bookie’s Wife. She has also written for Texas Monthly, Newsweek, and the Houston Chronicle. Vanessa teaches Criminal Justice and Writing for the University of Houston-Downtown
Jack ThomasJack Thomas is a decorated Vietnam veteran who has published a memoir, “Coyote Jack,” and a book of poetry, “Whirling Fire.” He also writes thrillers and beautifully descriptive motorcycle travelogues. His website, which also showcases his photography, is:
Sarah Warburton
Sarah Warburton writes subtly crafted, prize-winning short stories, as well as mystery novels centered on corruption in local government. Her website is:
Rick Nelson
Rick Nelson, a gentleman and a fine writer with a quick wit, passed away just days before publication of his first novel. He was the head of HR for a police department and wrote knowledgably about police politics. His mystery novel, “Bound by Blood,” takes place in the Big Easy where everyone has a secret and family relationships are not always what they seem. You can see it here: