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About SDW

The six of us write a wide range of het  romance and erotic romance as well as some m/m romance. We’ve known one another on the net for a while, so we combined forces and revamped an old Yahoo group F.L. Bicknell had into a new version called Six Dream Weavers. F.L. mentioned launching a group blog to network with readers easier and go beyond the Yahoo loops. We hope you will visit here often and chat with us through our blog posts.

F.L. Bicknell

Faith’s work has appeared in a wide range of genres such as: Would That It Were, Touch MagazineGC Magazine, Ohio Writer Magazine (non-fiction), Waxing and Waning (Canada), and The Istanbul Literature Review (Turkey) just to name a few. She was a regular contributor to Gent under her pseudonym, Molly Diamond. She has also had fiction published in Hustler’s Busty Beauties, Penthouse Variations, Twenty 1 Lashes, and was a regular contributor to Ruthie’s Club. In addition, Faith has several e-books and some print titles published under four pseudonyms.

For two years, Faith served as the co-editor of The Tenacity Times. In October 2001, she took the position of romance and horror editor for Wild Child Publishing and served as the managing editor for Wild Child as well as its sister division, Freya’s Bower, for thirteen years combined. She retired in January 2009 to focus on her writing career.

She is represented by TriadaUS Literary Agency (www.triadaus.com).

Lisa Alexander-Griffin

Lisa Alexander-Griffin began her career as a writer twelve years ago. Multi-published, her titles range from sweet to spicy with elements of fantasy and suspense.

A North Alabama native, Lisa lives with her husband and twelve-year-old daughter. She also has two grown children who live nearby, so she can enjoy her three beautiful grandchildren quite often. When Lisa’s not writing, she can be found in her garden, tending to a vast array of vegetables, which she cans, allowing her family a taste of summer year around. Other favorite pastimes are reading, quilting, spending time with her family, and fishing on the lake.

An avid reader of romance for as long as she can remember, most days you’ll find her weaving tales of heartbreak and betrayal, love lost and found, and happily ever afters.

Lisa’s Website

Trinity Blacio

Trinity Blacio has been writing now professionally for about eight years. She also writes under two other pen names, which she has kept hidden for various reasons. Right now you can find her works at Freya’s Bower, and Ravenous Romance.

One of Trinity’s strongest beliefs is that no matter how small or big an author is everyone should always help each other in publishing profession. With this idea in mind, she has created a place where authors, editors, publishers, and anyone in the publishing business can come together to help each other.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/publishingtrove/

She also works a full-time job outside the home. She has two children, Cheyenne and Rudy. When Trinity has time you can find her reading all sorts of romance novels. But as you have probably figured out, her favorites are dark fantasy, erotic romance, menage, and erotic horror.

You can find her on Facebook, MySpace, Yahoo, and of course, at her website http://trinityblacio.com.

Jaime Samms

I’ve been writing for various publishers since the fall of 2008, althoughI’vebeen writing for myself far longer. I’m often asked why men? What’s
so fascinating about writing stories about men falling in love? It’s never been an easy question to answer. I just always have written stories about men, and as I reached the age where I started to fall in love (and that happened on a fairly regualr basis, and not always with men, myself) my characters grew along with me. For a long time, I thought I was pretty odd. A lot of people who know me are raising eyebrows right about now, and to them, I say: “I wasn’t asking you.”

When I discovered the internet, in the form of text chat rooms in university, and that‘s as close an aproximation on age as you’re going to get, I realized I was not the only one who had this fascination. There were other writers out there writing the stories I wanted to read, and reading the kind of stories I was writing. Sometime between then and now, an author was born.

Right now, you can find my work here, for starters. If you flip through the pages of my site, you’ll find pleanty of free reading. I also write for Freya’s Bower, Loveyoudivine Alterotica, Pink Petal Books, Dreamspinner Press and Total E-Bound. You’ll find links at the bottom of this post.

When I’m not writing, I’m probably reading, and you can find all kinds of opinoins (other people call them reviews, but let’s call a spade  a spade and acknowledge that I like to spout my opinion) about what I read on Goodreads, at Dark Diva Reviews, Black Raven’s Reviews, and Kuriousity, a manga and yaoi review site.

Spare time, when it can be found rolled into a ball at the back of the dryer or cavorting with the dust bunnies in the corners, I like to spend in the garden, at the loom, or with a pencil and sketch book. I did graduate from college with a Fine Arts diploma, with a major in textile arts, which basically qualifies me to draw pictures and create things with string and fabric. Fun times.

Adrianne Brennan

Adrianne Brennan stumbled into her love of writing by accident at the tender age of ten when she was given a creative writing assignment for her science class. The end result was her writing a brief science fiction comedy featuring numerous puns regarding vegetables, and she has not stopped writing since.
Adrianne’s works were previously published through Aphrodite’s Apples Press and are now available from Freya’s Bower and Love You Divine, and contracted with Torquere Press and Running Press. In addition, she is a member of EPIC, Infinite Worlds of Fantasy Authors, the Midnight Seductions Authors group, and is an alumnus member of Kappa Gamma Psi, a co-ed national professional performing arts fraternity. 

The author resides in Boston, Massachusetts with two cats and a car she has aptly named “the TARDIS.” She assures her readers that people tell her it looks bigger on the inside.

 

Debbie Gould

Born in Wichita Falls, Texas, at the age of two Debbie and her mother movedDebbie Gould to New Jersey, spending many happy memories on her grandparent’s horse farm. You’ll sometimes find this setting a backdrop in her work.

As a teenager, she and her mother found a new home in Vermont, where she currently resides. With a daughter in the Air Force (along with Debbie’s five year old grandson), Debbie now shuffles her time between a full time job as a nurse, her husband and two sons.

Five years ago, while looking at over three hundred treasured books lining her shelves, she realized there was a multitude of stories of her own clamoring for release. Since then, she’s seriously persevered in keeping the keyboard in constant motion, writing romantic suspense. You will also often find a military theme influenced by her daughter.

Debbie has two novels and one novella published. Also two short stories in an Anthology, along with several works in progress. You can find out more about her and her work at www.authordebbiegould.com

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