Sun, April 14, 2019 2:00 P.M.
Parkway Central Library
First Floor Heim Center - Room 131
J.R. Wesley and USA Today Bestselling Author Connor Peterson co-writing as P.W. Davies
J.R. Wesley is one half of P.W. Davies, usually the one ironing out plot points, tracking character arcs, and wringing hands over word counts. They produce stories where thoughtful, centered characters are caught in romantic whirlwinds that shake up their carefully planned lives for the better. Connor Peterson is the half of P.W. Davies creating characters who find each other attractive despite their differences and then writes about their endearing journies of falling in love. They’ve been a comic writer, a USA Today bestselling author, and are a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community. Together, they run National Novel Writing Month’s Philadelphia region and partner on other writing projects for Crimson Melodies Publishing.
Rachell Nichole is a contemporary steamy romance author, who loves writing sassy sizzling romances about memorable characters who have to fight to hold on to love.
Rachell holds two undergraduate degrees, one in Professional Writing and the other in French. She also received a Master of Fine Arts in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University. She is the author of To Sir, The Marietta International Hotels Series, Spicy with a Side of Cranberry Sauce, and more.
Jacqueline Jayne may be a hardworking bookkeeper during the day, but in her off hours is a huge fan of mysteries, anything paranormal, sci-fi and a whole lot of weirdness. Be it a book, TV show or movie, the more suspense and crazier the motivation (of heroes and villains alike) the better.