You can find Bill’s work on his writing blog: Artistry With Words, his reflections about life blog: A Moment With Bill and on HubPages where his goal is to, “help writers spread their wings and fly.”
Bill lives with his wife, Bev, in Olympia, Washington.
He has a love for many aspects of every field he’s worked in. Bobby’s intentions were to complete medical school, and he hoped a separate career in the funeral service industry would help him pay for it. He lost his mother to cancer at a young age, and sadly became sick himself, and fought for his life to defeat cancer as well.
Thankfully, he won the battle and is a survivor, living cancer free for several years now. He currently owns and operates Roll Funeral Home in California, Missouri and is a licensed mortician in Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas.
Denise is a Registered Nurse who currently works in a psychiatric hospital setting. For her undergraduate senior thesis, she did scholarly research on the use of dreams in three significant areas of our lives: creativity, problem solving, and general guidance. Dream work has been an important tool in her life and the dream stories she shared in this book show the depth of understanding that she has about metaphysical and precognitive dreams.
Be sure to visit Ms. Handlon’s personal blog, Inner Journey , where she shares her spiritual quest for a deeper relationship with God and her current Spiritual path, which includes the practice of meditation, mindfulness, retreat, inquiry, and soul development.
Ms. Handlon can also be found on HubPages where she writes articles on a variety of topics.
“I’m an omnivorous reader and an eclectic writer,” she says. “I fell in love with words by the time I was seven.”
Genna loves the ocean and is an outdoor enthusiast; nature plays a role in much of her creative writing. As an author on Hubpages, over 450 fans follow her work that displays her many talents as a writer. Check out for yourself at http://gennaeast.hubpages.com.
Kay is a Christian of the Pentecostal faith and loves to attend worship services when health permits.