Aarti V. Raman was born in 1986 in Mumbai and always dreamt of being either a writer or a lawyer. She tossed a coin and picked writing, and was published for the first time in 2012, a contemporary thriller. Her first book with Knox Robinson is entitled Lucas and is the first in a series of historical romances.
Knox Robinson welcomes new author Gerald Killingworth
Gerald Killingworth read English at Cambridge and was an English teacher for many years. He is now a full-time writer of (mostly fantasy) novels for adults and children as well as completing a Phd on the notorious Elizabethan writer Robert Greene. His Elven Wars trilogy, of which Hy Brazil (Knox Robinson, 2014)is the first volume, is set in the Elizabethan period and has the poet Edmund Spenser as a significant character. But it also transports its readers to the realm of Faerie and it contains the prerequisite of all good fantasy stories - Elves!
Knox Robinson welcomes new author Peter Ranscombe
Peter Ranscombe has been a journalist with The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday newspapers in Edinburgh since 2005.
Hare (Knox Robinson, 2014) is his first novel to be published and is a story created around the question 'What happpened to William Hare after his partner-in-crime, William Burke, was hanged for a series of murders in Edinburgh in 1829?'
Victoria Wilcox was born in California to a pioneer Hollywood film industry family. A move to Georgia led her to become founding director of the Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House Museum, the antebellum home of the family of Doc Holliday, and inspired her novel trilogy, 'Southern Son: The Saga of Doc Holliday'.
The first book in the 'Southern Son' trilogy is entitled Inheritance and it begins with a young Doc Holliday growing up in the Old South in the final days of the Civil War and takes us through some of the tragedies and triumphs that shaped his youth. Published on 8 May 2013.
Alison Reeger Cook
Alison Reeger Cook attended the University of Iowa, where she studied English Literature and Theater Arts with a focus on play writing. One of her ten minute plays, “In the Cards,” was published by Heuer Publishing Inc. in 2002 after a successful performance at the university. During her undergraduate career, she had six short plays and one full length children’s play produced.
The first novel in Alison's young adult fantasy series 'The Scholar and the Sphinx' is entitled The Scholar, the Sphinx and the Shades of Nyx and is about a young, genius introvert who is kidnapped by a living sphinx and taken through the 'Curtain' between the worlds where he embarks upon several adventures and makes a few friends along the way. Published 8 May 2013.
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