I was born in Siberia. Through the support of family and friends, I was able to reach new heights in different art styles and mediums (pencil; pen; oil and acrylic painting; painting on glass, walls; cell phone art app; and computer graphics).
The environment of California has inspired me as an artist. California has a very unusual nature: flowers all year round, very warm sun, and a massive and never ending ocean. My favorite place is Asilomar, California.
I enjoy painting scenery around me. I can sit for hours outside, no matter the weather - rain or snow, I will be outside painting. I have a dream to improve my skills in English and polygraphy design.
My art at: Evgeniya Gromilina at Unleashed Art Gallery, in Deity's Soulmate, and now in Seven Hours.
Inna Komarovsky is an illustrator and designer based near Boston, Massachusetts.
One of her favorite things about art is the way it can help us see our everyday experiences with a fresh perspective. Her illustrations are based around drawing by hand or writing by hand because she finds inspiration in the process of putting pencil to paper to express one's thoughts.
| I live in the United Kingdom where I was born and raised. I came across an online writing website a few years ago, not knowing that I would still be engrossed within my writing and having my name with ‘editor’ next to it.|
I love writing in Collaborations, wanting to bring different characters to life, writing in different styles, working with others to create great story lines and I have been known to keep a few hidden cards up my sleeve.
A story that keeps twisting, secrets spilled, surprises and shocks will keep the reader grasping at the pages (or in my case my Kobo E-reader case). My solos are still unfinished and I hope to finish one someday.
Deity’s Soulmate was my first novel to edit and I enjoyed editing so much that I want to learn more about the subject.
Seven Hours is my first novella to edit and I enjoyed the different genre to my previous experience with editing.
For some, fantasy and fiction are places to escape to. For me, they’re more like home.
I used to have more of a selfish attitude about collaborative writing. My expansive ideas will require considerable review and consultation. But I didn’t want to devote time to giving other authors the support and assistance that every creative soul needs.
More recently, I’ve realized that it has got to be a game of give-and-take. What would-be authors (like me), authors who’ve already published (like Angelina), and my fellow members of her review team (duly credited alongside me) is that we all need one another. I only hope that my attention to her manuscripts have been of help.
I enjoyed the experience and would like to do more for Angelina and for other authors looking to get their work out there. I humbly offer my services as a Freelance Fiction Editor. You can contact Al at AMegasPi@gmail.com.
Carol Thompson has been writing, editing, and proofreading for 28 years. She has been an editor for both medium and large publishing houses, as well as a freelance writer and editor for most of her life. Her editing and proofreading experience includes all genres and she follows the most recent publishing industry standards guidelines from The Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition and Strunk and White 4th Edition.
Also a news reporter, Carol has won over three dozen writing awards and is the 2006 recipient of the Syracuse, NY Press Clubs prestigious Selwin Kershaw Professional Standards award. Although now semi-retired, she is still helping authors by providing her services at dramatically discounted rates for Readers' Favorite.
Liliyana discovered her love of reading at a young age. Her first words were, according to family legend, read and again. Actively pursuing her love of reading, she minored in literature at college, and followed it up with freelance editing and beta reading work for friends. Over the years she’s held a myriad of jobs, all ending at age 25 when she suffered a minor stroke. Since then she has learned to embrace what she loves, including reading, ballroom dance, writing, studying various religious beliefs and mythologies, dressing up as a fairy for Renaissance Faires and nature. She is currently a housewife and Wiccan Priestess and Druid Shaman Healer, along with continuing her freelance editing and beta reading for fun. Her favorite advice to give: Life is too short to let toxic people and things take over your life. Embrace the good, and minimize the toxic. Don’t let anyone ever tell you that you can’t do something.
|Ashleigh Whitwell is an beta-reader, born and raised in the United Kingdom. Having been an avid reader all her life, discovering Goodreads in 2014 allowed for a whole new reading experience. This not only allowed her to review the books she read, but also opened up a whole new world of beta-reading. From here, she has formed relationships with a number of different authors, helping them from the very early stages of their work, right through to publication. Her favourite genres to read are science-fiction, dystopian, NA romance and crime fiction.|
Julie Ann Levin is a romance novelist, editor, and beta reader. She graduated from Florida State University having majored in Creative Writing and has never looked back. She enjoys reading, writing, listening to audiobooks, and spending time with her family.
I was born in Spain and grew up mostly in Europe. My father was in the USAF, which I just love. He was a broadcast journalist in the USAF!
I went to the University of Florida- Go Gators! Hence my book GATOR GIRLS (GO AND GET AT AMAZON BOOKS)
I work as a Financial Analyst and write on the side, but I like to believe it is the other way around because I am always writing stories in my head all day long.
I love my life and think that each day I am blessed more and more. I do have inner demons that I unleash inside of my books.
I want to live a Norman Rockefeller type of life in Mayberry and watch re-runs of Donna Reed and I Love Lucy all day.
I love working because it gives me creativity and balance.
Finance is one of the most difficult jobs in the world because you constantly have to tell people bad news about money and basically nobody wants to hear bad news when it comes to money. They only want money to rain from the sky daily and the funnel to never turn off.
I work extremely hard and not for the money. I play extremely hard and that is why I work hard.
I LOVE DISNEY WORLD! It is absolutely my favorite place to be... I would live there if I could afford it and I pray that one day can afford it because I am moving in and I will never leave.
My profile at Goodreads is: Kari Nelson on Goodreads