“I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am a free human being with an independent will.” A storyteller and lover of the arts, Amber believes stories have the positive power to unite, not divide. Currently, she co-runs The Silver Petticoat Review, works as a freelancer, travels whenever she can, and writes her own stories in-between.
Co-Founder, Editor, & Director of Social Media
"Because when you are imagining, you might as well imagine something worthwhile." In second grade, Autumn wrote her first story, “The Spinach Monster,” and hasn't stopped writing since. Currently, she co-runs The Silver Petticoat Review and works at The New York Public Library as a YA Librarian.
Rebecca Lane grew up in the hot desert landscape of Tucson, Arizona where she decided early on she wanted to write, if only to mentally escape her blistering surroundings. With hopes of writing books someday, she currently works as a freelance writer and editor.
Contributing Writer & Social Media Associate
Catherine is an avid reader and a self-declared professional binge watcher. It's not uncommon to find her re-watching a series or movie, or re-reading a book, for the umpteenth time and still be crying into a box of tissues. When she's not hiding in her closet to read or watch a show or movie, Catherine is a wife, mother, and, in her spare time, a lawyer.
Rissi is an amateur photographer, designer, and self-diagnosed Bookaholic. She's an avid blogger and booktuber. Her scribbles are housed on her blog Finding Wonderland. (http://www.rissiwrites.com)
Bailey is a writer and teacher from Idaho. Her books are available to purchase on Amazon.
Jessica's a folklorist, a mother, a wife, a middle child, a small town girl, a beekeeper, an occasional quilter, a jam-maker. She curates museum exhibits, gets involved in many cultural projects for this and that, collects oral histories when she can find the time and continues to love stories in all their many and varied forms.
Brittaney is an avid fan of fiction and film. She's also a firm believer in the power of story to transport and transform. You can always find her celebrating that love of story at her own website, www.storyenthusiast.com.
Amirah Yasin is a romantic-minded nurse who is always actively trying to live out her own young adult novel (or period drama, depending on the setting and attire). She likes travel, email, Shahrukh Khan, Colin Firth, and persimmons. Her elderly patients are the only people known to be fond of her singing voice. She has always loved reading, writing, and romance.
Susan Mesler-Evans is a college student in Florida who often much prefers fictional worlds to the real one. Her presence on this site is the result of her having read "Pride and Prejudice" for a class she took in high school and never getting over it. Her non-period romance related interests include Broadway, Harry Potter, and losing at video games. If you want to talk to Susan, you can find her on her website at susanmeslerevanswrites.com