Book Contributors

Editor / Contributor / Adviser - Charlotte Clebosky KelleyCharlotte Clebosky Kelley was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She is a 1981 graduate of J.L. McCullough High School in The Woodlands, Texas. During her years at McCullough, Charlotte was a writer for the school newspaper, The Caledonian, and served as editor-and-chief her senior year.



Ms. Kelley earned her degree at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas; majoring in elementary education with a minor in English, she also received her kindergarten endorsement and is certified to teach gifted and talented. Shortly after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Education, Charlotte was married and began a family of her own. She has been blessed with three children; two sons and a daughter who have taught her much about herself and life’s rugged path.



Being very passionate about writing, Ms. Kelley began writing a few books of her own; mostly self-development books and one romantic mystery. She began writing poetry at the age of fourteen and has a few ideas for children’s books. Other than writing, she enjoys music, dancing, reading, and travelling. “I feel most inspired on a beach overlooking the ocean.”

 

Editor/ Contributor / Adviser - Averyl Re - "A native Texan, A. Averyl Re was born and grew up in Houston. She earned her Bachelor of Journalism from the College of Communications at the University of Texas -- Austin. She has worked as a television anchor and reporter and also extensively as a writer and editor in magazines, internal publications, and technical works. She has one daughter. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling and reading. She lives near Houston with three wily, rambunctious dogs."

 

Copyeditor - Adept Word Management - Specializing in intelligent word management, copyediting, transcription, translation, captioning and more. www.adeptwordmanagement.com



 

 

 

 

Book Cover Artwork - Lauren Kelley - A Texas native with artwork dabbling in the weird and darker side of life. She uses mixed mediums inspired by the lowbrow and surreal movements to create ominously playful artwork.

 

 

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