Our Published Authors
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"Sparkle Abbey" MaryLee Woods & Anita Carter
Anita Carter: http://www.rwa.org/p/us/my/uid=2941
MaryLee Woods: http://www.rwa.org/p/us/my/uid=6423
Sparkle Abbey is the pseudonym of Iowa authors Mary Lee Woods and Anita Carter. They write the popular pet mystery series which features whodunits set in the wacky world of pampered pets, precious pedigrees, and secrets. The first book in the series Desperate Housedogs, an Amazon #1 mysteries series bestseller and Barnes & Noble Nook #1 national bestseller was followed by Get Fluffy, Kitty Kitty Bang Bang, and Yip/Tuck. Fifty Shades of Greyhound is up next.
myRWA page: http://www.rwa.org/p/us/my/uid=481
Barbara Barrett spent her professional career as a human resources analyst for Iowa state government, and that training has stayed with her in her writing of contemporary romance fiction. Now retired, Barbara spends her winters basking in the Florida sunshine and returns to her home state of Iowa in the summer to “stay cool.” She has published two romance novels with The Wild Rose Press, And He Cooks Too and Driven to Matrimony. A third, Saved by the Salsa, the first in the Sullivan’s Creek series, is coming later in 2014.
myRWA page: http://www.rwa.org/p/us/my/uid=12608
myRWA page: https://www.rwa.org/p/us/my/uid=9723
Jan Walters lives in central Iowa on a farm with her husband. Besides writing, she keeps busy growing pumpkins to sell at local farmers markets.
The men in her family, including her husband and son, have served on the Des Moines Police Department since the late 1800’s. She grew up hearing all kinds of cop stories from her grandmother. This experience and background prompted the creation of the ‘Ghost and a Cop’ series. York Street, published in September 2014, is the first book in the series. The sequel, Red Sunset Drive, is expected to be released in early 2016. Being a history buff and a lover of the Victorian era, she wrote, Believe, in 2013. Believe is a time-travel romance set in the 1870s.