Authors

Madison Street Publishing is pleased to introduce you to our authors, the talent that make our publishing adventures possible.


Amy Hayes

Amy's Portrait for WebAuthor of I Am My Beloved’s: Christian Devotionals for the Bride-to-Be, Amy makes her home in Portland, Oregon with her husband Doug where they have raised five children and are now thoroughly enjoying ten grandchildren. When not busy with grandbabies, writing and teaching, Amy enjoys photography, cooking and gardening. She works with brides most summers and gives wedding-related advice on her blog.


Philippa Jane Keyworth

Known to her friends as Pip, Philippa has been writing since she was twelve in every notebook she could find. Add to this her love for reading, history, and horse-riding, and you have the perfect recipe for creating Regency romances. You can find out more about Philippa by going to her blog, checking out her Facebook page, or following her on Twitter.

 


Scott D. Southard

Author Pic - Scott D SouthardScott D. Southard, the author of A Jane Austen Daydream, swears he is not obsessed with Jane Austen.  Scott received his Master’s in writing from the University of Southern California. Scott can be found on the internet via his writing blog “The Musings & Artful Blunders of Scott D. Southard” where he writes on far-ranging topics like writing, art, books, TV, writing, parenting, life, movies, and writing. Currently, Scott resides in Michigan with his very understanding wife, his two patient children, and a very opinionated dog named Bronte.


Rose Spears / Rosanne E. Lortz

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One of the founding members of MSP, Rose Spears (Rosanne E. Lortz) is a school administrator, a teacher, and a book blogger. Along with raising four boys, she tries to juggle writing historical fiction and developing curriculum for a Classical Christian School. You can find her book reviews (mostly historical fiction, fantasy, and mysteries) on her blog or connect with her on Facebook.

 

David Spears

Author of Exit Ramp: A Short Case Study of the Profitability of Panhandling, David Spears is a school administrator with a keen interest in economics, political science, and educational theory. In his spare time he landscapes his yard and builds terraria for his collection of tarantulas, lizards, and other reptiles.


 

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