Rob Knipe doesn’t do the internet. @RobKnipe
He has a blog that you must fill in yourself: here. He also, allegedly, writes science-fiction and fantasy. He may have a sense of humour, the jury is still out.
John C.P. Warner @JCPWarner
I don’t know what he writes…I can’t even read it, something about twockers. I think C.P. stands for “class prat”, I may be wrong.
Reece Dinn @GreedyDinn
Epic writer of Epic Fantasy. His world building is insane! If you ever meet him ask him to show you his notebooks.
Laura Bennett @Losbennet
Fantasy writer who is working on pushing the boundaries of gender.
Mark Steven Thompson @Catalyst1980
I met Mark at a Black Library Weekender and have been friends since. His writing and short stories encompass everything from Science Fiction to Literary Fiction.
Brett Janes @brettjanes
Brett writes weird, but literary stories. Well worth checking out.
Chris Hughes @ChrisHwrites
Writing a dystopian/political thriller that I absolutely love. Also writes great music reviews (although he hasn’t listened to my band!)
Gwyneth Tyrer @GwynethRuth
Gwyneth writes Crime Fiction set in Mid-Wales where the landscape and national identity is every bit as important as whodunnit.
Ian P. Loftus @IanPLoftus
Ian is writing very a very interesting story with elements of historical fiction, which he describes as “Billy Elliot meets Cool Runnings.” Shortlisted for the Cinnamon Press prize.
Jordan O’Boyle @joboylee88
Jordan writes very clever psychological thrillers with a focus on the psychology of the characters.
Mary Jay @maryjoanna
Mary writes short stories encompassing all aspects of life and situations she has encountered.
Kerry Richardson @Kezzabella1912
Kerry is busy writing YA fiction involving Mermaids. Sure to be the next big thing.
Hayley Dennis @vaughan_hayley
Hayley is currently writing “a novel about a young, widowed, mother struggling to make ends meet.”