Forever Travels is the follow-up to the anthology Forever Friends in the Forever series. This beautifully presented book is a collection of stories written by a group of writers from around the globe. These travellers' tales cross five continents: Europe, America, Asia, Africa, Australasia . . . and beyond. Thirty-one stories of fun and laughter, adventure and discovery, family and friends, love . . . and lust.
CHELLE CORDERO is author of eight romantic suspense novels and one murder mystery (Vanilla Heart Publishing), and has short stories in four anthologies, including Forever Friends (Mandinam Press). She also writes for several national newspapers, magazines and regional publications; her articles have appeared in Gannett Newspapers, SPOTLIGHT Magazine, Hudson Valley Magazine, and EMS World. She has conducted several writing workshops and authors the Amazon Kindle blog, Living, Breathing…
CAROLYN KOTT WASHBURNE has been a freelance writer and editor for over thirty years. She is the author of seven non-fiction books, and her articles have appeared in The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Utne Reader, Mademoiselle, Ms. and Milwaukee Magazine. She is also an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
SHELAGH WATKINS is writer, editor and publisher at Mandinam Press, and author of three books: Mr. Planemaker’s Flying Machine, Mr. Planemaker’s Diving Machine and The Power of Persuasion. In 2009, Mr. Planemaker’s Flying Machine was serialised on Preston FM Community radio. Shelagh set up Published Authors groups on Facebook and LinkedIn, and is administrator of publishedauthors.org. When she is not networking, administrating, publishing or editing, she somehow finds time to write.
D. K. CHRISTI, Amazon.com’s “Author to Watch”, is a polished, platform speaker and change strategist. She is a journalist for the Southwest Spot-light newsprint & online magazine and online ezines, Examiner.com and Suite101.com. Her short stories can be found in: The World Outside the Window, Romance of My Dreams I & II, Killer Recipes, Forever series. She has authored two books: Arirang: The Bamboo Connection and Ghost Orchid More information can be found at: www.dkchristi.com.
A. COLIN WRIGHT was born and raised in Chelmsford, Essex, England. After serving as a linguist in the British Royal Air Force, Wright attended Cambridge University, where he earned under-graduate and graduate degrees. In 1964, he was appointed professor of Russian at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He remained at Queen’s until his retirement in 1999 and still resides there today. www.authorsden.com/acolinwright See also www.sardiniansilver.com and www.acolinwright.ca
RHETT DeVANE is the author of two published mainstream southern fiction novels: The Mad-hatter’s Guide to Chocolate and Up the Devil’s Belly. She is the co-author of a published vampire parody, Evenings on Dark Island, and a political drama, Accidental Ambition. A born and bred southerner, Rhett lives in Tallahassee, Florida, where she is a practicing dental hygienist and dedicated southern scribe.
MURRAY DUNLAP's work has appeared in about forty magazines and journals. His stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize three times, as well as to Best New American Voices once, and his first book, Alabama, was a finalist for the Maurice Prize in Fiction. His new book, Bastard Blue, a collection of short stories, was published by Press 53 on June 7th, 2011 (the three year anniversary of a car wreck that almost ended his life).
DEBORAH GALLE is a Canadian/American writer of creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry whose work has been featured in a variety of publications. Her writing frequently explores the interaction of environment with human psychology. Deborah has lived in Pennsylvania for more than twenty years. She earned an MFA in English/Writing at the University of Pittsburgh, where, as a visiting lecturer, she taught a variety of writing courses. She is currently a lecturer in English at Chatham…
ABDUL AHAD is a science fiction writer and astronomer. He was raised from birth in a village in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh. Later, he moved over to the UK with his parents and two sisters and learned Abdul Ahad near Ayers Rock, Australia, May 2006. English, as a second language, during his teen years. His first novel, First Ark to Alpha Centauri (2005), contains an arcological invention which has been hailed by its readers as “the grandest engineering achievement in all human…