Get to know the authors behind your favorite books.
After living up and down the east coast of the US, Shauna has settled in NC where she has found a true sense of home. Using the local landscape and history, that sense has permeated into her stories. She writes as S.L. Byrum, and her work builds in the importance of family and relationships that change us all.
Gabriela Bianchi is 30% human, 30% cyborg, 30% writer of YA, and 10% funny. She lives in Puerto Rico, and has spent most of her life enamored by books, because they were a way for her to distract herself from her condition of Hydrocephalus. So much so that she decided to become a writer herself.
An artist who has chosen to paint with words, Robert Cano began a journey years ago which has finally culminated in him finding his momentum with the Soul of Sorrows series. Robert Cano brings his poetry roots to his novels. Inspired by Tolkien, Le Guin, Shelley, and Wordsworth, he builds worlds with a classical feel and infuses them with hard realities. A constant student, he is always seeking to perfect his craft. Find his books here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/robert-cano#MainContent
Joe has been writing and performing his whole life. A National short story and poetry competition finalist before he was 10. Joe went on to join the Marines where he wrote his first book Amongst the Killing. Not willing to completely change his story and style while being paid a pittance, Joe rejected big publishing and went independent, publishing the book on his own with help from the indie artist community he has worked so hard to showcase. Joe's books are here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/joe-compton#MainContent
Mike Feria was born and raised in Miramar, Florida, and graduated from Florida Preparatory Academy (Florida Air Academy) in Melbourne. After graduation, he joined the United States Air Force, where he served as an Air Transporter at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. In 2007, he moved to the upstate of South Carolina where he eventually found and married the love of his life, Lauren, and step-fathered her amazing son, Carson. In 2016, he began writing his first full-length novel, Passenger. Being a man who wears many hats, he has tried his hand at being a professional house DJ for over a decade, as well as a guitarist, and a writer. He is currently writing additional novels in the sci-fi/horror genre and sci-fi fantasy, so be sure to keep your eyes and ears open for their future releases. You can find Mike's books here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/mike-feria#MainContent
Rebekah Jonesy knows stuff about things and isn't afraid to talk and write about it. Outside of the literary world, she is a mad scientist cook, gardener, Jill of all trades, and military spouse. Inside the literary world she is a devourer of books, publisher, and mentor.
“Rebekah has the best kind of rabies”- JD Estrada
Shakeil Kanish loves to write. The Sigil is his debut novel and he’s super excited about being an openly gay author and getting the chance to write about an openly gay protagonist. He feels it’s something sorely missing from the writing world, and he wants underrepresented kids everywhere to be able to root for a new type of hero. He loves playing video games and enjoys snacking down on apple pie, as any sane person should. You can become his best friend by asking him to duet any song from the Greatest Showman. No, seriously, please do it. Find The Sigil here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/shakeil-kanish-and-larissa-mandeville#MainContent
Daniel Kelley is the editor-in-chief of FTN Networks, a family of fantasy sports and gambling sites. He has written for the Washington Post, SB Nation, Pro Football Focus, Observer, and Parent Co. He is a journalism graduate of the University of Kentucky. He and his wife Laurie live with their daughter, Abigale, and twin sons, Jordan and Lucas, in Lexington, Kentucky. Find Daniel's books here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/daniel-kelley#MainContent
Eric Lahti grew up looking for UFOs and buried treasure in northwest New Mexico. Unfortunately, he never found either of them. Or maybe he did and he's just not telling. He did find some good stories to tell at parties about lights in the skies and gold in the ground, though. When he's not writing, he's programming and practicing his Kenpo. He's a somewhat active blogger, Twitterer, and tends to fill his Instagram with pictures of beer and his dogs.
He also takes terrible pictures of himself.
Find Eric's book here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/eric-lahti
In the year 1980, a fierce storm swept over the state of Michigan, leveling everything in its path. When rescue crews finally arrived, they found only one living creature, a dark, tormented young child, destined to grow into a dark tormented adult. The only way this strange creature could find peace was to let the darkness trickle out of them in the form of poetry and fiction. Years later, this dark creature has almost completely assimilated into human society, marrying a beautiful woman, and having four amazing kids. They can often be found in the backyard, engaging in the very human activity known as ‘gardening,’ or creating handmade(human) bags on their sewing machine. They are also a fierce advocate for the rights of all marginalized people, because all humans deserve love, equality, and pizza. Find Jae's books, written as Jason LaVelle, here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/jason-lavelle#MainContent
Ramona Mainstrom has been writing under various pen names and genres since the 90’s. Travel enthusiast and tea-lover, Ramona became an author after discovering she's horrible at retail, waitressing, and housekeeping. She began her journey under this name with a promise to write without prejudice or inhibition. Ramona currently spends her days sharing her daydreams with as many people she can with the hope her writing will impassion others. Find Ramona's books on Kindle Unlimited.
Frank Martin is a comic writer and author that is not as crazy as his work makes him out to be...seriously. His novels include the zombie horror, Mountain Sickness, published by Severed Press, and the YA sci-fi thriller, Predestiny, published by Crossroad Press. Frank has also had comic shorts appear in the "fluff noir" anthology series Torsobear published by Source Point Press. In addition, Frank wrote and produced the comic anthology series Modern Testament, which features a wide ensemble of artists throughout its four volumes. Frank's most recent sci-fi novel, A Weapon’s Journey, was published by Crossroad Press this past spring.
Frank currently lives in New York with his wife and three kids. For more of his work, look here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/frank-martin#MainContent
In addition to the many hats she wears as a partner in TFP, Isa McLaren the author of the Art of Lying series, staring the charming con artist, Jules Brand. She enjoys casing museums and luxury condos in her free time. When not trying to ditch a tail, she can be found crafting the perfect cocktail for any occasion. Find Isa's books and merchandise here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/isa-mclaren#MainContent
Lyssa Medana is a 50-something author living in West Yorkshire, UK. Her works include The Forgotten Village, Digging up the Past, Cats in the Bible, Dinner at Dark and Tales from the White Hart. Lyssa also regularly publishes poems and short stories on her blog, Always Another Chapter.
Lyssa is fascinated by the odd, the quirky, and the unusual and enjoys dipping in to old folklore and English social history, which she shamelessly uses for her writing. Her hobbies include knitting, reading, and heckling history documentaries. Find here books here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/lyssa-medana#MainContent
Stacy Overby is a writer and graphic designer here at Three Furies Press. Her day job as program director for an adolescent dual diagnosis treatment provides inspiration for many of her stories. When not at work or writing, she and her husband are playing with their son, hiking, camping, or involved in other outdoor activities. Her books can be found here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/stacy-overby#MainContent
Raised in Bowie, Maryland, Mark Reefe moved his homestead to the beautiful Shenandoah Valley some years back, where he now resides with his lovely wife, two boys, and two devilish dogs. After a quarter-century in federal law enforcement catching drug smugglers, money launderers, terrorists, and other nasty fellows, he decided it was time to scratch the itch tickling him and start writing. His Hell Walker Trilogy incorporates his experiences along the southern border with supernatural elements in a haunting yet riveting series that has received numerous accolades and five-star Amazon reviews. Most recently, his fondness for the urban legends of his old stomping grounds in Bowie spurred him to write a much lauded short story on the Goatman published in the Crossroads in the Dark 2: Urban Legends anthology.
When he’s not writing, Mark enjoys woodworking, camping, breaking small appliances when they don't appear to work, apologizing to his wife for breaking the previously mentioned appliances, and bourbon (not necessarily in that order). Find Mark's books here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/mark-reefe#MainContent
Joshua Robertson is an award-winning author in epic, dark fantasy. You may recognize him as the dude whose dragons were said to destroy George R.R. Martin's and Christopher Paolini's dragons in a very biased Twitter poll. His first novel, Melkorka, was released in 2015, and he has been writing fantasy fiction like clockwork ever since. Known most for his Thrice Nine Legends Saga, Robertson enjoys an ever-expanding and extremely loyal following of readers. He currently lives in North Carolina with his better half and his horde of goblins. Find his work here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/joshua-robertson#MainContent
Michael Schutz was born and raised in the frozen tundra of Wisconsin, where the macabre tales of Ray Bradbury and Stephen King kept him warm at night. He’s seen way too many horror movies to be healthy. He is the author of the novels Plank Children, Edging, and Blood Vengeance. His short fiction has been featured in Crossroads in the Dark II, III, and IV, Ravenwood Quarterly, Dark Moon Digest, and Sanitarium. He lives with his naughty cat-children in northern California. You can keep tabs on him at http://michaelschutzfiction.com Find his best-selling novel, Plank Children here: https://threefuriespress.com/products/plank-children-by-michael-schutz-ebook
Rozlyn Sparks is a thirty-something lady who’s been around the block a time or two. A Sin City native, she believes that what happens in Vegas is fantastic inspiration for fiction! She knows the best stories are the ones that need to be shared. Give her a pen, some paper, and a Red Bull and Vodka, and she’ll spin tales that will have you begging for more. Rozlyn's books can be found on Kindle Unlimited.
Barbara Tyree was born and raised in Virginia. She always thought the small town was boring with nothing to do until she got married and moved to Louisiana. After living there for three years she and her husband moved back to that small town. She has one parrot and a cockatiel.
She has always had a passion for reading and writing. She loves animals but is allergic to cats. An avid Elvis Presley fan since she could remember as well as Rod Stewart but loves all types of music. The first book in her Undercover Assets series, Timeless Desires, can be found here: https://threefuriespress.com/products/timeless-desires-by-barbara-tyree-paperback
Larissa resides in Northern California with her two daughters, two puppies, and husband. She spends her days working as a freelance writer and chasing after her wild bunch. In her rare moments of peace, she enjoys volunteer work and knitting hats for people who really, really do not need another one. The Sigil, written as Larissa Mandeville, was her chance to have a hand in creating a world where inclusivity and unabashed you-ness is celebrated, a deviation from the technical work she is usually immersed in. Find The Sigil here: https://threefuriespress.com/collections/all/shakeil-kanish-and-larissa-mandeville#MainContent