Our Published Members
Olyve Hallmark Abbott
Ghosts in the Graveyard: Texas Cemetary Tales  (Texana Paranormal)
A Ghost in the Guestroom: Haunted Texas Inns, B&B's and Hotels
Texas Ghosts: Galveston, Houston and Vacinity
Lone Star Ghosts
TV Live-or-Dead (Novel)
Allie McCrae and the West Point Half-Blood (Epic Western)
Come Sundown:The Life and Letters of  Frontier Women (Non-Fiction)
Darrell Bartell
Actor, playwright, short story writer, US Army Veteran, future radio broadcaster and cancer survivor, Darrell completed his M.A. degree in Drama at Texas Women's University and MA in English from Southern New Hampshire University.
Plays "When the Echos Whisper My Name," and "The First One-Hundred Days,"  received awards in the Oklahoma Writer's Federation Inc. playwright contest. Publications include an anthology of short stories, Ten-Five :Your Going Home, Marine!  and Barry and the Vampire. 
Debbie Gillette
FWW-Fiction, Poetry, Memoir & More:
     Blood on Tap
     A Rich Legacy
Weatherford Democrat:
     Living a Rich Life
Linda Austin
Linda LaRue Austin, student, reader, writer, believer in fairy dust and lover of all things ancient, writes what she knows and loves. She presents, Midnight Amethyst a medieval fantasy and soon its sequeal Crystal Green.
Jeanne Bennett
Hidden Treasures: The History & Technique of Fore-edge Painting, 2012. Writers Digest Self-Published Book Awards Competition, 2016: Well-written, clear and lucid.
Short Stories including, Mr. Robinson and His Friends in Her Texas: Story, Image and Song, Wings Press, 2016.
Research, introduction and facsimile edition, Joesph Newsom's Artistic Buildings and Homes of Los Angeles.
Many articles written as editor of Granbury Showcase Magazine.

Michael Bumigan, M.D., FACS
Born in Brooklyn, Michael was an avid reader. After college, medical school, service in the US Army and residency training, he contributed forty years as a plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He has published vampire stories, "Bloodless Surgery" in 13 Nights of Blood and "Floaters" in Night of Blood 2 and told how to enjoy Fort Worth and the surrounding area in Exploring Fort Worth with Children.
When not taking pictures or playing with his children and grandchildren, he writes thrillers about killers.
Jerome "Jerry" Gladysz
Mr. Gladysz graduated with a BA from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio and an EMBA at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. He served in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot, winning a Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star and 24 clusters to the Air Medal.
He published his first nonfiction novel, Ski Taos Style in 1993 and a sequel, T.A.O.S. The Art of Skiing in 2002.
Jerry is currently working on Fly or Die, a military thriller about a new helicopter pilot in Vietnam.
Neena Kahlon
Neena Kahlon was born and raised in India, where she completed her Masters in English Literature. Soon after marriage, she and her family moved to the U.S., after spending a year in England. This multicultural experience of living in the East and West helped hone her observations about the social issues raised within our fast-changing world.
Her first novel, Rembering the Juice Mango, deals with the aftermath of war. Her second novel, Escaping the Mahout, has undergone extensive editing and is ready for publication. It deals with the immigrant experience of women from repressive cultures. The next novel, Rain Without Clouds, is still in the development phase.  

Roger Latham
Hundreds of Letters to the Editor over 30 years.
2007: IMAGINE Short Stories and Poems, published by Hazel Street Productions ISBN 978-0-9786988-3-6: "Maine-iac" (Short Story) and "Owl's Head Lighthouse" (Poem).
2010: FWW-Fiction, Poetry, Memoir & More, ISBN 978-1-257-91683-2: "Little Boys" (Poem), "Morose" (Short Story) and "Sweet Pony" (Poem).
Marilyn Gilbert Komechak
Getting Yourself Together (Self Help)
Morals and Manners for the Millennium
Paisano Pete: Snake Killer Bird (Juvenile)
Tales From the Bumpity Road (Children's Story Collection)
Deborah Sampson: The Girl Who Went to War (Historical Novel)
Signs of Life (Short Story Collection)
Painted Poems: Interior Scapes (Art Speaking to Art) 
Life Songs: poetry and lyrics by Marilyn Gilbert Komechak, Blackbead Books, Fort Worth, Texas, 2017. 
Richard Gonzales
Raza Rising: Chicanos in North Texas (Non-Fiction)
Dirty Work and  Thicker Than Water in Americas Review (Short Story)
Over three-hundred Op-Ed commentaries as guest columnist in Fort Worth Star Telegram (Non-Fiction)
Deer Dancer  (Historical Fiction, Sleeping Panther Press, 2017)
Our Way Home (Non-Fiction article, Panther City Review, September 2017)
Emily Williams
Emily Williams is the author of Restless Soul, her novel set in the UK. She wrote a monthly column for Episcopal Life national newspaper. Publishing credits include articles in the Fort Worth Star Telegram and the Signature newspaper. Her short stories and poetry have appeared in Sharing Liberty Connection and Travel Magazines as well as several Christian anthologies. 
Keith Dale
Keith Dale has a Bachelor's Degree in Buisness Technology and Associates in Enviromental, Health and Science. Adventures in his spare time produced many stories, some real, others fictional. Only the fictional have been published and they include: I.C.I.E., Angel Battles and three books titled The Times of Sarah McAllen.
Nancy Craig
The Liar's Legacy tells the story of a narcissistic habitual liar who has destroyed her relationships with everyone she's ever known. When her professional life falls apart, she has no where to turn for help. Can she rebuild her life and find peace and self respect? It's a road filled with dangerous curves and unexpected surprises.
Nancy Boo series: Birthdays, Bicycles and Braids, Tadpoles, Picnics and Field Goals, Babysitting, Lifeguards and Yard Sales and Movin'. (Children's)
Sean Strange
Sean Strange published his first novel, Cross, in April 2015 and is currently working on a second story for the Scott-Green series. He has served for 20 years as an English teacher at Fort Worth's North Side High School.
Doug Penny
A native Arkansawer, moved to Texas, retired several times, Published works via writing.com, in addition to blogging in recreational traveling and musing on personal blog. A supernatural/thriller/romance novel is in re-writes. Hobbies: paleontology, golf, genealogy and visting Texas festivals with wife Lisa and three children.