Rachele Alpine

Rachele Alpine is a lover of sushi, fake mustaches, and Michael Jackson. One of her first jobs was at a library, but it didn’t last long, because all she did was hide in the third-floor stacks and ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Rachele Alpine »

Lori G. Armstrong

Lori G. Armstrong is a fourth generation South Dakotan. She left the firearms industry in 2000 to pursue her dream of writing crime fiction. Her first mystery novel, Blood Ties, set in the Black Hi...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Lori G. Armstrong »

Raymond L. Atkins

Raymond L. Atkins resides in Rome, Georgia. His short stories have been published in Christmas Stories From Georgia, Christmas Through a Child’s Eyes, The Lavender Mountain Anthology, The Blood and...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Raymond L. Atkins »

James Bartholomeusz

James Bartholomeusz was born in 1992 in southeast London. He grew up in Hertfordshire and went to school in St. Albans. In the sixth form, he began penning his first novel for young adults, The Whi...
View Author's Profile »
View More By James Bartholomeusz »

TJ Bennett

TJ Bennett is a former Romance Writers of America (RWA) Golden Heart finalist whose first novel, The Legacy (2008), a historical romance set in Early Reformation Germany, explores the destructive n...
View Author's Profile »
View More By TJ Bennett »

Michael Beres

Michael Beres The Cold War, Eastern European roots, and environmental concerns shape Michael’s novels. With degrees in computer science, math, and literature, he initially worked for the Atomic Ene...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Michael Beres »

Phil Bowie

The author is a freelancer with 300 short stories and articles published in a range of national magazines including, AOPA Pilot, Readers Digest, Southern Aviator, The Saturday Evening Post, and Yan...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Phil Bowie »

Staci Boyer

Staci Boyer is an award-winning master trainer with a master of fitness sciences certified through the ISSA and ACE. She is also an author, fitness educator, motivational speaker, wife, and mother....
View Author's Profile »
View More By Staci Boyer »

Phil Brody

Phil Brody lives in Los Angeles and writes every day. He began his career in Chicago in advertising. After moving to LA, Brody toiled in development, penned a few spec scripts, and has worked as a ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Phil Brody »

Jeremy Brown

Jeremy Brown is the author of the Crime Files: Four-Minute Forensic Mysteries books and the MMA crime thriller Suckerpunch. He has trained in Jeet Kune Do, MMA, and close-quarters combat and quickl...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Jeremy Brown »

Christine Carroll

Christine Carroll first discovered romance with Rosemary Rogers’s Sweet Savage Love. How thrilling it was when Steve dragged Ginny under the wagon and ripped her bodice! Romance has come a long way...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Christine Carroll »

Frank Cavallo

Frank Cavallo was born in New Jersey in 1972.He received a Bachelor's Degree in Film & Television at Boston University in 1994. After working for several years in film and video post-production...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Frank Cavallo »

Cindy Martinusen Coloma

Cindy Martinusen Coloma is a best-selling author who has written twelve novels, including Beautiful (2010 Christy Award Finalist and 2011 Revolve Book of the Year), The Salt Garden (Library Journal...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Cindy Martinusen Coloma »

Beth Ciotta

Beth Ciotta. Once upon a time someone asked me, "Why do you think you were put on this earth?" I answered, "To make people happy." I guess that explains why I've spent more than twenty-five years i...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Beth Ciotta »

Roberta Clark

Roberta Clark is a writer, artist, and teacher, and was a founding member of the Advisory Board of California State Fullerton's Extension Creative Writing Program. Brought up in the San Joaquin Val...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Roberta Clark »

Rebecca Coleman

Rebecca Coleman, received her B.A. in English literature from the University of Maryland at College Park and speaks to writers' groups on the subjects of creative writing and publishing. A native N...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Rebecca Coleman »

Nancy Crocker

Nancy Crocker is a Missouri native who started her career as a singer, having performed alongside Loretta Lynn at age thirteen. Her written work has appeared in the American Heritage Anthology, and...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Nancy Crocker »

Eric Curtis

Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Eric moved to California after college and lives in LA, where he has photographed such Hollywood notables as David Lynch, Danny Glover, rocker Tommy Lee, th...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Eric Curtis »

Jaki Demarest

Jaki Demarest conquered the Ottoman Empire in 1417, declaring herself Emperor and God. She then went on to wage cruel war on neighboring European states, carving herself a vast territory and earnin...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Jaki Demarest »

Bud DeYoung

Since childhood, Bud DeYoung had a passion for animals. At the young age of eight, he brought kids home from school to see his little zoo. When Bud was fifteen, he traded the family beagle for a mo...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Bud DeYoung »

Pamela DiFrancesco

A native of Pennsylvania coal country, Pamela DiFrancesco moved at the age of eighteen to New York City, where the streets and lofts of pre-Bloomberg Bushwick took her in. With no family money or s...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Pamela DiFrancesco »

Shannon Drake

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Heather Graham, who also writes as Shannon Drake, majored in theater arts at the University of South Florida. After a stint of several years in dinn...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Shannon Drake »

S.L. Duncan

S. L. Duncan writes young adult novels inspired by his travels around the world and the characters he’s met. He’s interested in finding those unique connections between stories and places, people a...
View Author's Profile »
View More By S.L. Duncan »

Kelly Edwards

Kelly Edwards is not just another designing diva. This former teen beauty queen is also a do-it-yourself darling with passion for all things self-created. Thanks to her amazing ability to turn a si...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Kelly Edwards »

E.J. Findorff

E.J. Findorff is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Orleans and served six years in the Louisiana National Guard in Operations and ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By E.J. Findorff »

Rusty Fischer

  Rusty Fischer, a former high school teacher,  has worked for the best-selling educational magazines The Mailbox, Learning,and Bookbag. A full-time freelance writer, he is the author of the ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Rusty Fischer »

Kelly Fitzpatrick

Kelly Fitzpatrick is a multi-award-winning writer of romance and a Golden Heart® finalist. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, two dogs, and a Russian tortoise named Ivan.
View Author's Profile »
View More By Kelly Fitzpatrick »

Cherif Fortin & Lynn Sanders / Fortin & Sanders

Fortin & Sanders Cherif Fortin is a freelance photographer, illustrator, and writer living in Chicago, Illinois. At one time he has worked as a professional stuntman, as a full-time firefighter...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Cherif Fortin & Lynn Sanders / Fortin & Sanders »

Heather Graham

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Heather Graham, who also writes as Shannon Drake, majored in theater arts at the University of South Florida. After a stint of several years in dinn...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Heather Graham »

Richard Graham-Yooll

After graduating with an MA in English at Balliol College, Oxford, British-born author Richard Graham-Yooll began his career in insurance.His time working for Lloyds of London and subsequent busine...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Richard Graham-Yooll »

R. Garland Gray

R. Garland Gray, A gifted storyteller, R. Garland Gray beckons readers into her unique worlds, weaving passionate, compelling tales that entertain and escape the ordinary.Born and raised in a close...
View Author's Profile »
View More By R. Garland Gray »

Traci E. Hall

Award-winning author Traci Hall writes genre fiction for both adults and teens. Believing in happy ever after, she pens stories guaranteed to touch the heart while transporting the reader to anothe...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Traci E. Hall »

Don Helin

Don Helin grew up in Minneapolis and attended the University of Minnesota. Upon graduation, he entered the army, spending three tours in the Pentagon. After he left the army, he worked as a lobbyis...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Don Helin »

Davie Henderson

Davie Henderson is a journalist from Scotland. With a love of travel and photography as well as writing, he likes nothing better than making trips to learn about the people and places of the world,...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Davie Henderson »

Steve Hendry

Steve Hendry lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife and eight-year-old daughter. In his past life, he was a fighter pilot for the US Navy and then a captain for FedEx. Now retired from av...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Steve Hendry »

Sarah Hina

Sarah Hina hails from Athens, Ohio. A former medical student and lab rat, Sarah now writes in between mothering two kids, watching films with her husband, and escaping into the outdoors with her ca...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Sarah Hina »

Vicki Hinze

Vicki Hinze's first published novel, a romantic suspense, was a best seller that sold in nearly a dozen foreign countries. Since then, she's shifted her writing focus several times. After co-creati...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Vicki Hinze »

Booker T. Huffman

Booker T. Huffman is a 2013 WWE Hall of Fame Inductee, current General Manager of Smackdown, a former commentator for WWE, and a trainer for the hugely popular reality series WWE Tough Enough. He h...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Booker T. Huffman »

Loretta Hunt

The sport’s most recognizable female journalist, Loretta Hunt has sat cageside at nearly 500 MMA events worldwide and penned over 3,000 articles covering all aspects of mixed martial arts. A vetera...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Loretta Hunt »

William Jablonsky

William Jablonsky is originally from Rock Falls, Illinois, and is a graduate of Bowling Green State University’s creative writing program. His first book, a collection of short fiction titled The I...
View Author's Profile »
View More By William Jablonsky »

Linda Jacobs

Born a university brat and trained at the Master’s level in Geology, Linda was one of Exxon Corporation’s first woman field geologists. Before her recent move to New Mexico, she worked for a number...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Linda Jacobs »

Jeff Jacobson

Jeff Jacobson teaches fiction and screenwriting at Columbia College Chicago. His stories have appeared in Doorways Magazine and Read by Dawn, volumes I and III. He lives near Chicago with his famil...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Jeff Jacobson »

Judith James

Judith James has worked as a legal assistant, trail guide, and for fifteen years as a counselor. Her personal journey has taken her many different places, including the Arctic and the West Coast. S...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Judith James »

Doug Jones

Doug Jones: A 2009 Fangoria Horror Hall of Fame inductee, he’s probably the most famous person you’ve never seen. After a twenty-three-year career under heavy makeup, but in such memorable roles a...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Doug Jones »

Marjorie Jones

Marjorie Jones has been writing since she formed her first coherent sentence. She fell in love with characters like Peter, Susan, Edmond and Lucy of The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis (she plan...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Marjorie Jones »

Scott Kauffman

Scott Kauffman graduated summa cum laude from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and in the upper 10 percent of his class from the Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, where he was a mem...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Scott Kauffman »

Wendy Kelly

Wendy Kelly M.Ed., devotes her life to helping people and pets alike through her work as an animal behaviorist. She is the owner of Pet Peeves Animal Training Inc., a successful, positive pet train...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Wendy Kelly »

William Kerr

Originally from Mississippi, William Kerr spent much of his life in the US Navy. His career spanned nearly twenty-five years of ship- and shore-duty commands, including liaison to the United States...
View Author's Profile »
View More By William Kerr »

Gregory Lamberson

Gregory Lamberson, dubbed “the hardest-working man in horror” by Fangoria magazine, is author of the first ever TREEbook™-enhanced novel, The Julian Year. Using the groundbreaking TREEbook™ story-b...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Gregory Lamberson »

Joe "Animal" Laurinaitis

Joe "Animal" Laurinaitis, best known as Road Warrior Animal, is an internationally recognized professional wrestling superstar, devoted husband, and proud father. Joe, along with late partner Mike ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Joe "Animal" Laurinaitis »

Cat Lindler

Cat Lindler is a zoologist by education and a writer by inclination. She won the first writing contest she entered, in third grade in England, received a gift certificate to the village book store,...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Cat Lindler »

Anna Louise Lucia

Anna Louise Lucia lives on the edge of the English Lake District with her husband and four demanding cats. With castles, mountains, stone circles, ancient woodlands, Roman roads, high moors, mirror...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Anna Louise Lucia »

D.P. Lyle

D. P. Lyle, MD is the Macavity Award–winning and Edgar® Award–nominated author of the nonfiction books Murder and Mayhem, Forensics for Dummies, Forensics and Fiction, and Howdunit Forensics as wel...
View Author's Profile »
View More By D.P. Lyle »

Jennifer Macaire

Jennifer Macaire is an American freelance writer/illustrator. She was born in Kingston, NY and lived in Samoa, California and the Virgin Islands before moving to France. Married to a professional p...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Jennifer Macaire »

Nicole Maggi

Nicole Maggi was born in the suburbs of upstate New York and began writing poems about unicorns and rainbows at a very early age. She detoured into acting, earned a BFA from Emerson College, and mo...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Nicole Maggi »

Ronald Malfi

    Ronald Malfi is the award-winning author of several horror novels, mysteries, and thrillers. In 2009, his crime drama Shamrock Alley won a Silver IPPY Award. In 2011, his ghost stor...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Ronald Malfi »

Lisa Manuel

A 2003 Golden Heart Finalist and 2005 Holt Medallion Finalist, Lisa Manuel makes her home in South Florida with her husband. Living where it’s warm and sunny year-round requires lots of research fo...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Lisa Manuel »

Mark McLaughlin

Mark McLaughlin's fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have appeared in hundreds of magazines, newspapers, websites, and anthologies, including Galaxy, Writer’s Digest, Horror Garage, Black Gate, Cemete...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Mark McLaughlin »

"Big" John McCarthy

"Big" John McCarthy has been the world’s preeminent mixed martial arts referee for 17 years, beginning with his participation at UFC 2 on March 11, 1994, in Denver, Colorado. McCarthy has refereed ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By "Big" John McCarthy »

Karen Mercury

Karen Mercury knew she wanted to be a writer while sitting on her bed in Lucas Valley, California, at the age of 4, gazing at The Bee Man Of Orn. She thought, what power there is in creating imagin...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Karen Mercury »

Michael Mccarty

Michael McCarty has been a professional writer since 1983 and is the author of numerous books of fiction and nonfiction, as well as hundreds of articles, short stories, and poems. In 2009, he was n...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Michael Mccarty »

Tekla Dennison Miller

Tekla Dennison Miller is the author of two memoirs: The Warden Wore Pink, about her corrections career, specifically the warden of two prisons, a men’s maximum and a women’s multi-level outside Det...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Tekla Dennison Miller »

Mary Ann Mitchell

Mary Ann Mitchell's short stories have been published in a number of magazines. The short story The Hyacinth Girl appeared in the anthology The Year’s Best Horror Stories: XXI, edited by Karl Edwar...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Mary Ann Mitchell »

Adam Mock

Adam Mock was made in Thailand with American parts. He was born in the U.S. on Sept 29, 1972. From a young age he discovered his love for art in all it's wonderful forms. He loves to dissect it, an...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Adam Mock »

Therese Nichols

Therese Nichols was 19 years old when she first left home to travel the world. She taught English and swimming to finance her adventures. After finishing a university degree in Asian studies, she m...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Therese Nichols »

D.J. Niko

D.J. Niko is the pseudonym for Daphne Nikolopoulos, an award-winning journalist, author, editor, and lecturer who has spent her entire adult life traveling the world. As a former travel writer and ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By D.J. Niko »

Cheryl Norman

Cheryl Norman grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. At the age of 13, she wrote her first mystery, inspired by Trixie Belden stories, in #2 pencil. Although life sidetracked her writing ambitions, she e...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Cheryl Norman »

Scott Oden

Scott Oden is the author of the ancient Egyptian epic Men of Bronze. His lifelong fascination with history began in 1976, when his third-grade teacher showed his class slides from the traveling Tut...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Scott Oden »

Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck Palahniuk’s thirteen novels are the best-selling Fight Club, which was made into a film by David Fincher, Survivor, Invisible Monsters, Choke, which was made into a film by Clark Gregg, Lulla...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Chuck Palahniuk »

Josh (Ponce) Perry

Josh “Ponceman” Perry is an actor with subtle/sledgehammer performances. Despite the challenges accompanying Down syndrome in a world where people make judgments without any real knowledge of those...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Josh (Ponce) Perry »

Michelle Perry

I knew I wanted to be a writer the first time I read Pet Cemetery by Stephen King. There was something about that book…it was so terrifying, and so brilliant. I was in high school then, and couldn’...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Michelle Perry »

Scott Perry

Scott Allen Perry is an actor, independent filmmaker, and writer who produced, wrote, and directed segments for all three seasons of FuelTV’s sketch comedy show Stupidface. He has directed and writ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Scott Perry »

Barry Pollack

Barry Pollack's life has been a merry-go-round where he continues to try to catch that brass ring that defines him as a writer. After graduating from Penn State, he went on to get a master’s in fil...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Barry Pollack »

Andrew Post

Andrew Post was born in Erie, Pennsylvania, in 1984. He spent the countless study halls of his formative years filling notebooks with science fiction and horror stories. Andrew lives in the Twin Ci...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Andrew Post »

Cindy Keen Reynders

Cindy Keen Reynders was born in Portland, Oregon and has lived all over the United States and also in Japan. She has visited Canada, the Philippines, Samoa and New Zealand and the travels have give...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Cindy Keen Reynders »

Helen A Rosburg

Helen A Rich is owner, president, and executive editor of Medallion Press, Inc., a nonfiction and genre fiction publishing company based in Aurora, IL. Helen is also an award-winning author, who ha...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Helen A Rosburg »

Erin Samiloglu

Erin Samiloglu was born on a steamy morning in Jackson, Mississippi, during the summer solstice. She attended school in Australia, where she received a degree in Media Arts. She now resides in cent...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Erin Samiloglu »

Charles W. Sasser

Charles W. Sasser has been a full-time freelance writer/journalist/photographer since 1979. He is a veteran of both the U.S. Navy (journalist) and U.S. Army (Special Forces, the Green Berets), a co...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Charles W. Sasser »

Richard Satterlie

Richard Satterlie lives in Wilmington, North Carolina. He received a BS in biology from Sonoma State University (California) and a PhD in biology/neurobiology from the University of California, San...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Richard Satterlie »

S.R. Savell

S. R. Savell is a writer in pursuit of her MFA. She loves used books, lucid dreams, and the occasional romp in the dirt. She wrote Paper Hearts when she was eighteen years old. She lives in Hempste...
View Author's Profile »
View More By S.R. Savell »

Dawn Schiller

Dawn Schiller was fifteen years old in 1976, when she met thirty-two-year-old porn star John Holmes. Holmes courted Dawn, had sex with her, and manipulated her with drugs and alcohol. Holmes physic...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Dawn Schiller »

Robert Spiller

Robert Spiller lives in the beautiful city of Colorado Springs, Colorado with his wife Barbara and his daughter Jenny. His other two daughters and their children all live within shouting distance. ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Robert Spiller »

Kathy Steffen

Kathy Steffen's previous novels, First, There Is a River and Jasper Mountain, have won numerous awards, including the CRW Award of Excellence, the HOLT Medallion Award, and the Beacon Award for Bes...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Kathy Steffen »

Trenae Sumter

Trenae Sumter’s love of historical romance made her determined to learn all she could about writing and the genre. When Trenae is not writing, she enjoys working in the reference department at the ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Trenae Sumter »

Mark Tabb

Mark Tabb has authored or coauthored over twenty books, including Mistaken Identity, which hit number one on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Publishers Weekly best seller lists. Mark a...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Mark Tabb »

Hope Tarr

  Hope Tarr is the award-winning author of fifteen historical and contemporary romances, including Vanquished, the first in her Men Of Roxbury House Victorian-set trilogy. Hope is also a co-f...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Hope Tarr »

Holly Taylor

Holly Taylor. Since reading J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis at an early age, Holly Taylor has been an avid fan of fantasy novels. The third of four girls, her family encouraged a love of reading, a r...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Holly Taylor »

Richard Thomas

Richard Thomas is the author of three books—Transubstantiate, Herniated Roots, and Staring into the Abyss. His over 100 publications include Cemetery Dance, PANK, Gargoyle, Weird Fiction Review, Mi...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Richard Thomas »

Debi Tibbles

Debi Tibbles was born and raised in England and relocated to the United States in 1997. She enjoyed being a stay-at-home mum of three and working part-time in the fitness industry, but her life cha...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Debi Tibbles »

Amy Tolnitch

Amy Tolnitch began reading everything she could get her hands on from the earliest possible age. However, she relentlessly pursued a legal career, intent on establishing a secure livelihood. One af...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Amy Tolnitch »

Brian Ullmann

Brian Ullmann is the senior associate athletics director at the University of Maryland, his alma mater. Darwin’s Race is his first novel. An avid mountain climber, whitewater kayaker, and world tra...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Brian Ullmann »

Tom Wallace

Tom Wallace is the author of two previous detective novels,What Matters Blood and The Devil’s Racket, both set in Lexington, Kentucky, where he currently lives. The Heirs of Cain will be his first ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Tom Wallace »

Simon West-Bulford

Simon West-Bulford turned his attention to fiction following more than a decade of writing theological essays and tutorials for PC game level design. In 2010, his short story “Crimson Lakes” was ch...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Simon West-Bulford »

Dennis Widmyer

Dennis Widmyer is the cofounder of ChuckPalahniuk.net, the official website of Chuck Palahniuk, as well as LitReactor.com, an online magazine, workshop, and educational program. He is also a Los An...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Dennis Widmyer »

Kelli A. Wilkins

Kelli A. Wilkins developed a love of reading and writing while growing up in a small upstate New York town.  Kelli enjoys writing in different genres, and her speculative fiction has appeared in nu...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Kelli A. Wilkins »

Lisa Marie Wilkinson

Lisa Marie Wilkinson began her writing career as a lyricist, working in collaboration with composer Marti Schwartz. The two received a number of awards for songwriting, including finalist status in...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Lisa Marie Wilkinson »

Andrew William Wright

Andrew William Wright, a Jersey Shore–based producer and award-winning author, produced both The Hardy Show (featuring Matt and Jeff Hardy) and RVD TV (with Rob Van Dam) and has written pieces for ...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Andrew William Wright »

K. Michael Wright

K. Michael Wright grew up near an Assinaboine Indian reservation in Montana where he first gained a deep appreciation for Native American culture, which later led to extensive travel and research i...
View Author's Profile »
View More By K. Michael Wright »

Jerry Yang

Jerry Yang, the 2007 World Series of Poker Main Event champion, is a psychologist and former social worker. A graduate of Pacific Union College with a master’s degree in health psychology from Loma...
View Author's Profile »
View More By Jerry Yang »