Authors Who Support Take Back the Night Phoenix
“Eliza Boyd is a contemporary women’s fiction and romance author. Also an avid reader, she writes novels, short stories, poetry, and whatever else strikes her fancy. Born and raised in Northern Illinois, she now lives in sunny Phoenix with her husband and her plethora of animals. When she’s not reading, writing, or working, she can be found walking around her neighborhood (for exercise, not for stalking), taking photos of her pets, or catching up on her favorite shows. Catching up really means binge-watching.
Her debut book, One Chance Night, has elements of an abusive relationship, and it’s Chelsea’s story of finding her power again to change her life. A percentage of its sales (and any of Eliza’s other novels and short stories) will be donated to Take Back The Night Phoenix on January 13, 2017.”
“Trust Me, Trustee was written after a long bout helping my mother, who had Alzheimer’s, and later going through being sued by my siblings.”
“I am an author of contemporary romance novels set in the world of professional ballroom dancing! So, think Dancing with the Stars with romance 🙂 I also write women’s fiction. I worked as a lawyer in New York for many years, but recently moved back to my hometown, Phoenix, where I live with my small menagerie of rescue pets.”
“I write young, new adult, and adult contemporary romance with a soft spot for sports themes, music, and adversity. I like to tell people I write love stories for tomboys and John Hughes fans — and if you’re both? Well…I’m your girl. 😉
I’m donating 50% of my royalties for all of my titles sold on Friday, Jan. 13th to Take Back The Night Phoenix! I’m honored to support this important mission.”
“Kacey Shea is a mom of three, wife, and indie author who resides in sunny Arizona.
In addition to donating royalties for online sales on January 13, 2016 for all Kacey Shea full length titles, Kacey will also match the amount with a donation of her own.
Purchase the Uncovering Love series and Caught in the Flames at Author.to/KaceyShea.”
“My fiction novellas are to encourage individuals that no matter what they go through in life, they can overcome. They are based on much of my life but in essence, “Tell my story…without telling my story.”