Christine Wells is an internationally bestselling author of fifteen novels, variously published by Pan Macmillan (NY), Penguin Random House (NY & Aus) and HarperCollins (NY). As a historical romance novelist, she was the first Australian to with the Golden Heart Award, and she is a two-time RITA finalist and Australian Romantic Book of the Year nominee.
She now writes historical fiction and her recent novel, Sisters of the Resistance, was a Barnes & Noble and Canadian Globe & Mail bestseller and received mentions in American Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, and The Times. As a former corporate lawyer, Christine often features legal themes in her books. Christine lives in Brisbane and loves sharing her knowledge of the writing craft and the publishing business with other writers through workshops and private mentorships.
Keri Arthur, the author of the New York Times bestselling Riley Jenson Guardian series, has now written more than fifty-five novels. She had 35 novels published with US publishers Random House & Penguin and is now fully self-published. She’s won six Australian Romance Readers Awards for Favourite Sci-Fi, Fantasy, or Futuristic Romance & has also won the Romance Writers of Australia RBY Award for Speculative Fiction.
The Romantic Times also awarded her a Career Achievement Award for Urban Fantasy. Keri’s something of a wanna-be photographer, so when she’s not at her computer writing the next book, she can be found somewhere in the Australian countryside taking random photos.