Meet the Author : Michael J Walters

We are so thrilled that Michael has joined us again. He has been with us for everything we have done so far, both Faery Footprints and Under the Mists. His writing is definitely worth the read.

Michael Walters currently lives in northern New York where he teaches robotics and physics at a local university. He publishes a haiku a day on his blog to keep his creative side active while doing all that heavy science. He has plans to release his first novel, Fallen From Mercy in October 2019, if his cats let him.

His websites:

Meet the Author : Luisa Kay Reyes

Her story The Long Lost Maiden Of Light is such a delightful addition to Through the sunshine.

Luisa Kay Reyes has had pieces featured in “The Raven Chronicles”, “The Windmill”, “The Foliate Oak”, “The Eastern Iowa Review”, and other literary magazines. Her essay, “Thank You”, is the winner of the April 2017 memoir contest of “The Dead Mule School Of Southern Literature”. And her Christmas poem was a first place winner in the 16th Annual Stark County District Library Poetry Contest. Additionally, her essay “My Border Crossing” received a Pushcart Prize nomination from the Port Yonder Press. And two of her essays have been nominated for the “Best of the Net” anthology. With one of her essays recently being featured on “The Dirty Spoon” radio hour.

Meet the Author : KA Masters

KA Masters is so busy writing that our request for a picture has thus far been unanswered… Hopefully that will change by the time we have to put the book together… We paused for the weekend to give time for the request to be answered, however it is time to continue to introduce these amazing authors to you.

KA Masters is a fantasy writer who specializes in twisted fairy tales and zombie-infested historic fiction. She attributes her passion for Greco-Roman mythology and Germanic folklore to her alma mater, Dickinson College. For more information on recent publications, please visit her Goodreads blog at:

In exploring this author I found this. It really looks interesting to me.

Meet the Author : Tish MacWebber

This is the second time that we have been blessed with working with Tish. Her eye for detail, and general Upbeat personality, make working with her so much fun. Her story continues the story from Under The Mists, though it works as a standalone.

Tish Mac Webber’s writing is her purpose, creativity is her passion, and jewellery designing is her pleasure.
She is the author who is Always Thinking… the jewellery designer who is Always Blinging…The woman who is Always Beautiful… and her superpower is always being full of surprises!

#Tishspiration, her creation, is defined as the art of surprising yourself. She is inspired by the ocean, especially where the Atlantic Ocean kisses the beaches of Cape Breton Island, where her own story began.

Tish MacWebber, Always Blinging… her jewellery designing hobby is the latest addition to her website. Her speciality is creating one of a kind, custom designs for her clients. She loves to delight her customers with her interpretations of what they order, staying true to her gifts of being full of surprises, and putting her talents to full use.

Her newest addition to her many accomplishments is as a representative for Younique. She is exploring her own beauty and helping others find theirs. You can follow her progress at

In October 2018, her first book, From Where I am Sitting… A Collection of Cat Tales was published and is available on Amazon. It will be accompanied by her Limited Cat Tales Jewellery Collection, which can also be found on her website. Tish MacWebber is currently writing her second book, in which she will explore her concept of #Tishspiration. You can find more information about these and other projects at

Teaser Tuesday!

Ok… We will be sharing Meet the Author posts for Through the Sunshine starting later today… We still wanted to do the regular posts as well though.

Teaser Tuesday is where you show us what you are working on! Comment some of your newest W. I. P. Or even a bit of a blurb. Don’t have something that you want to share? Then point to another indie to boost their work. Be sure to look through the comments and boost up the ones posted!

Author Spotlight – Brenda Hale

Hello everyone! Today we have another great spotlight for you! Brenda Hale, also known as Beverly L. Anderson, is an author that has been writing since she was 11 years old, which as she told us was back in 1991. That is quite a long time to be writing. What started her? Her grandmother. When she was eleven years old, her grandmother was in the hospital and later passed away. All during that time, Brenda wrote in a stack of notebooks that she had handy. 

We asked her why she chose to become an Indie Author and she told us because she likes the control it gives her over her product. She also gets to make all of the decisions. She pointed out, which is true, that locating people that will take on brand new authors isn’t an easy task and with the publishing tools that are available nowadays, there are plenty of ways for authors to get their work out there.

For fun she likes to game: Tabletop, PC, and Console. She lives in Missouri with her two kids and their two cats, Castiel and Bobby. 

When dealing with writers block, she usually switches to writing something different to break through. 

Her work has been published and you can find it here: and her website is

We are so glad we had a chance to have this interview with Brenda and hope that you all check out her website and her work!

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Molly Hogan

Molly Hogan is a fourth grade teacher who lives in a rambling old farmhouse in rural Maine. She is fascinated by the sense of possibility that is so pervasive in nature — the sense that everything can change in an instant. She devotes her free time to walking and wandering, writing poems, and personal essays, and nature photography.

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Linda M. Crate


Linda M. Crate’s poetry, short stories, articles, and reviews have been published in a myriad of magazines both online and in print. She has six published chapbooks A Mermaid Crashing Into Dawn (Fowlpox Press – June 2013), Less Than A Man (The Camel Saloon – January 2014), If Tomorrow Never Comes (Scars Publications, August 2016), My Wings Were Made to Fly (Flutter Press, September 2017), splintered with terror (Scars Publications, January 2018), more than bone music (Clare Songbirds Publishing, March 2019), and one micro-chapbook Heaven Instead (Origami Poems Project, May 2018). She is also the author of the novel Phoenix Tears (Czykmate Books, June 2018).

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Pallavi


Pallavi lives in the US with her two kids and husband. She is a working mother with a passion for storytelling. Her stories are in the form of poetry and prose and can be found on her blog

Faery Footprints Artist Spotlight: Kira S.

Kira S. is an essentially new artist; living, loving, and mothering in the desert southwest. With no formal training, she only began creating original art to accompany her fiction writing. Now a weekly art contributor to a popular writing-prompt blog, Kira continues to let her wild imagination take the lead

She can be reached at

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