Gaby Anderson

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I’m a first-generation Hungarian-Canadian. At age twelve, I became a U.S. citizen, a hybrid of the tight-knit immigrant community in Montreal, Quebec, and the American Dream. I began my debut novel, South of Happily, when my father died suddenly while living in Thailand. What began as a love letter to a lost parent turned into a story about the secrets immigrant families keep in order to protect their children.  Publication date for South of Happily is January 2023.

I'm currently writing the second book in this series, Left of Happily, and my essay , Queen of The Hungarian Mafia, was published in November 2021.

When I’m not working or writing, you can find me hanging out with my family or giving my dogs flea baths.

I’ve been a member of The Atlanta Writers Club since 2011, and one of the Wild Women since 2020. The Wild Women are cool. I can’t believe they put up with me.

Kim Conrey

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I'm a mom, writer, and runner. My latest sci-fi novel Stealing Ares will be released by Black Rose Writing in September 2022. My protagonist, Harlow Hanson, the Robin Hood of the Mars colony, even has a drink recipe in her honor "The Perfect Heist" (see Character Cocktails tab). I write a blog about living with OCD and Harm OCD (find link to blog in Our Voices tab) and am currently seeking representation for my memoir You're Not a Murderer: You Just Have OCD. In my spare time, I love to trail run and occasionally even cosplay. I've written for Equill: Atlanta Writers Club Online Magazine, Awakened Voices Literary Magazine, The Bitter Southerner, The New Southern Fugitives, Atlanta Parent, and others (links in Our Voices tab). I also serve as VP of Operations for the Atlanta Writers Club in addition to working on the podcast with these other fantastic Wild Women.

April Dilbeck
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While living on Long Island, NY, I began free-lancing, selling feature articles to a local newspaper. My first published article was in Everywoman’s Horoscope and described interior designs for all twelve astrological signs. I was born  on the cusp of Leo/Virgo. This is very advantageous. It gives me a good excuse to have conversations with myself without sounding nuts.

My writing career has been as varied as my life, from articles for newspapers, to writing a manual on discrimination for the State of North Carolina, to writing feature articles for an antiques-related monthly publication. I now devote myself to writing mystery/detective novels and have just published my first novel, "A Sacred Thing" on Amazon.

Lizbeth Jones

I’m a published writer of short fiction, nonfiction articles and poetry, as well as an interviewer, illustrator, editor and mentor. My degree in Creative Writing is from the University of Arizona where I was awarded a faculty scholarship. I muse about creativity on my blog Ulterior Colors, passing along insights and wisdom from professors, mentors, and various artists across time. I am currently working on a novel, Ricky Lightfoot, which takes place in Arizona, where I lived for twenty-five years. The support and camaraderie of fellow women writers has been invaluable to this endeavor.

Kathy Nichols
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My debut novel The Sometime Sister is available on Amazon, Target, and Black Rose Writing. Having one of my books published has been a longtime goal and I'm more thrilled than I can express. You can imagine how speechless--okay, I've never been speechless--I am that Black Rose Writing is releasing my second novel The Unreliables, February 22.  Check out Garnet's favorite drink in Character Cocktails.