Senior Editor of Skyrocket Press, Laurisa is an English instructor at College of the Canyons in Southern CA. She is the author of eleven books, including Spark Award winner and Moonbeam Award Gold Medal winner THE STORYTELLERS.




An English professor at College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, CA, Wade is the author of  picture book Why Do I Have to Make My Bed? (Random House) and is a successful playwright. Camp Omigosh is his first book for middle grade readers.

Noelle is a talented sci-fi author. Her first book, Raging Bull: A Superstition, is available on Kindle. Martian Goods & Other Stories is her first published short story collection.


Tori earned an MFA from Antioch University-International. She published a chapbook Canned with Finishing Line Press (2012), and her poems and reviews have appeared in many regional and online literary magazines. She is an active volunteer with Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets and lives in Green Bay. Herald the Fergus is her first novel.

Alexander Pint is a creator of a new direction in the science of evolution of the personality and consciousness of a human being—Holistic Psychology. He is the director of the School of Holistic Psychology (The Laboratory of New Technologies of Ascent).

Dr. Jessica Schulman is a credentialed registered dietitian/nutritionist, and lactation educator.  She holds a Ph. D. in health behavior & masters degrees in public health and clinical psychology.  She is an expert in wellness, nutrition, and psychology.

Author of the children's book series, Cleopatra's Legacy and graduate of Brigham Young University, Dorine is a successful blogger and mom to six kids. The Awakening is her first book for young adults.

Retired aerospace computer programmer, Raymond White is thrilled to be co-authoring his debut novel, Evertide, which is due to be release in  2016.

Shelly Chamberlain

Shelly grew up in So. California and later lived in Mesa, AZ where where she worked as a civil engineer. She and her friend, Julie Olsten Rice, wrote a novel together in college. Shelly passed away in April 2014 from complications due to multiple sclerosis. Her novel, COUSINS, will be published post-humously in 2016.

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