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Craig Pittman, writer of this award-winning non-fiction book "Oh, Florida! The Way America's Weirdest Condition Influences the Rest of the Country," is a native Floridian. Produced in Pensacola, he graduated from Troy State University in Alabama, in which his muckraking function for the pupil paper prompted an agitated dean to label him "the most destructive force on campus" Since then he has covered many different paper beats and many organic disasters, including hurricanes, wildfires and the Florida Legislature. Since 1998 he has reported on environmental problems for Florida's biggest paper, the Tampa Bay Times (previously the St. Petersburg Times), where his policy has won both state and national awards. A show he co-wrote with Matthew Waite became their book, "Paving Paradise: Florida's Vanishing Wetlands and the Failure of No Net Loss" (2009). Since then Pittman has written "Manatee Insanity: Within the War Over Florida's Most Famous Endangered Species" (2010), which the Florida Humanities Council announced an "important read" for many Floridians, and "The Scent of Scandal: Greed, Betrayal, and the World's Most Beautiful Orchids," that the Atlanta Journal-Constitution announced "irresistible." His most recent publication, "Oh, Florida!" Won the gold trophy in the Florida Book Awards for Florida non-fiction. The New York Times called it "compulsively readable." Pittman resides in St. Petersburg, Fla., with his wife and children. To learn more, see http://www.oh-florida.com/home.html See all Craig Pittman products
Heather Long, USA Today bestselling author, enjoys long walks at the park, science fiction, superheroes, Marines, and guys that aren’t douche bags. Her books are full of heroines and heroes tangled in romance summer months that was as hot as Texas.
From Deadly historical westerns to contemporary military romance, Heather may switch genres, but one thing is accurate in all of her tales—her personalities drive the novels. When she’s never wrangling her menagerie of animals, she devotes her time to family and friends she considers family.
She thinks in case you like your heroes so real you could lick the grit off their chest, and your heroines so likable, you’Be confident that you’ve ever been friends with women just like them, you’ll enjoy her worlds as far as she's doing.
Heather is best known for her 18-book paranormal romance series Wolves of Willow Bend, which starts:
Prequel: Wolf in Law
1: Wolf Bite
2: Caged Wolf
3: Wolf Claim
3.5: Wolf Next Door
4: Rogue Wolf
5: Bayou Wolf
6: Untamed Wolf
Heather's other fantasy romance series comprise the paranormal westerns Fevered Hearts starting with Marshal of Hel Dorado, Black Hill Wolves which begin with What a Wolf Wants, Witches of Mongrels Mane Street, along with also the Bravo Team WOLF series.
Her modern romance series include: Always a Marine, Moving Royal, Elite Warriors, The Love Thieves, starting with Lone Star Leathernecks along with Catch Me, beginning with Semper Fi Cowboy.
Heather is well-represented in dream with her her superhero show Boomers, also a sci-fi western called Space Cowboy Survival Guide, an urban fantasy series called the Chance Monroe Adventures, and also a stand-alone ghost novel titled Haunt Me.
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Peggy Poe Stern
Peggy Poe Stern, writes novels.
A worker and a listener, Peggy grew up in a distant hollow at the Blue Ridge Mountains of Northwest North Carolina, and has spent every day of her life absorbed in some kind of farm work. Her heritage reveals from head to toe : in her hard, work-worn palms, and at the easy, flowing cadence of her hill voice. Always curious, so she would like to know everybody's story and has a knack of getting it out of the old timers of her childhood to all the different people she's come around since, from laborers to wealthy developers.
An individual cannot encounter Peggy without diluting jokes and sharing tales. A number of the stories have origins in her own adventures:
Her daddy grew beans and raised livestock. Her mom worked to supplement the farming income. Relatives, family, and church given a special atmosphere for living and learning the old mountain traditions. She married, completed high school, and started a family.
She furthered her education at Appalachian State, but also the duties of six kids immediately made formal study impossible. She did manage to write several manuscripts. Her husband teased about her grammar and sentence structure, inducing her to become disillusioned by writing. She switched into crafts to help with the household costs, promoting her crafts during Blue Ridge Hearthside Crafts Cooperative of which she became turned into a board member.
Transferring into her farm, she chose to boost her own meals, adding a milk cow and other livestock. Originally tobacco was the main money crop. Christmas trees were planted to help the children. Being active in agriculture, Peggy became a board member of Farm Bureau Insurance, the Native Christmas Tree Association, NC Agricultural Extension Advisory Council, along with NC State University. These positions enabled her to undergo