Kristine Asselin


      Kristine Carlson Asselin is the author of more than a dozen children’s books for the school library and elementary markets. In addition to nonfiction, she writes Young Adult and Middle Grade fiction. She has a BS from Fitchburg State University and an MA from the University of Connecticut.

      Her picture book The Worst Case of Pasketti-itis is scheduled for release from 4RV Publishing in spring 2013.

      A member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), Kristine loves attending workshops to practice her craft and meet other writers. She is currently on deck to direct the 2014 New England SCBWI Conference. She loves to read--mostly middle grade and young adult books. 

      Kristine lives with her husband and daughter in a suburb near Boston. Kristine maintains an active blog (www.krisasselin.blogspot.com) and website (www.kristineasselin.com).

Kaye Lynne Booth

     Kaye Lynne Booth has been published in Dusk and Dawn magazine and was a featured poet at the 2008 Fremont County Writers' and Artists' Fair. 

     Her children's series, “My Backyard Friends” is soon to debut with the publication of the first book in the series, Heather Hummingbird Makes a New Friend, to be released in October 2012, by 4RV Publishing.

     Her poetry has also been featured, as co-creator, with the work of artist Mitchell Barrett and was exhibited and sold at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea Park, London with Keliedescope Gallery.

     Through Write it Right Editing Services, Kaye has edited poetry, short stories, essays and novels.  She is recommended by author Chris Keys, for whom she has edited three novels.

     Kaye Lynne is the Southern Colorado Literature Examiner for Examiner.com, as well, and her Writing to be Read blog on Wordpress is dedicated to sharing her writing expertise and helping other writers along the way. 

http://kayelynnebooth.wordpress.com/