Our Authors

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Tina D. Stephens

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The Common Hours

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Writing has been a part of Tina’s life since the day she learned her alphabet, a talent she learned from her father and grandfather whom she regards as master storytellers.

She spent her teen years living in Pennsylvania. It was in the shadows of the Pine Creek Gorge where she began drafting what would someday become “The Common Hours”.

She currently lives in Phoenix with her husband and four children.

Website: tinastephens.com

Email: tinadstephens@gmail.com

Jacob Truax

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Our newest author signed in January for his book Hide and Seek Moon

More information coming soon….

W.J. Hamilton

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Now Available!-Notes to Self, The Kingdom Called Heaven

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Purchase The Kingdom Called Heaven on Amazon!

W.J. Hamilton W.J. (Bill) Hamilton is an Arizona native. Jan, his wife of 38 years, Cassia, his daughter, Brad, his son-in-law and Charlotte and William, his grandchildren, are the highlights
of his life!

The first half of his vocational life he served in the mission of Young Life. In the second half, by the grace of many friends, he has been set free to be available to walk alongside and encourage people in their spiritual journey/pursuits.

Bill’s avocation is photography. He does not consider himself an artist but a ‘delivery boy’. In his view, all of creation is a work of art that has been painted by God.
Occasionally, he has the privilege of being in the right place at the right time to frame one of His masterpieces.

 

 

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