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Nancy is a memoir writer and winner of the “Next Generation Indie Book Award.” A long-time member of Write by the Rails and the Prince William Arts Council, Nancy is also the Director of The Clearbrook Foundation, Co-founder of the Clearbrook Center of the Arts and President of the Tackett’s Mill Foundation. Individually and through her non-profit affiliations, she has supported the Prince William County Poet Laureate initiative, the Prince William County Walk of Fame, and the Clearbrook Center of the Art’s initiative to spread public art throughout the region.
P.M. Hernandez is author of: Whitewood Journals: Flesh and Stone (Book 1), Shadow and Spark (Book 2); The Earthborn Series: Earthborn (Book 1) and Verseborn (Book 2); and Carnivale Miatique, paranormal, fantasy, and science fiction books. She lives in Virginia but travels the globe, finding inspiration in the colorful, mysterious, and sometimes spooky corners of it. A member of Write by the Rails, the Virginia Writers Club and Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), her work includes the Whitewood Journals, the Earthborn Series, and Carnivale Mystique. She writes of a world where gargoyles take flight, aliens visit Earth, and magic is real.
Natalina Reis is author of Desert Jewel, Infinite Blue, Lavendar Fields, Snow Jewel, Blind Magic, We will Always Have the Closet, Her Real Man, Herts Prey, and Loved You Always.
Natalina Reis wrote her first romance book in collaboration with her best friend at the age of 13. Romance is first and foremost in everything she writes. Natalina has a degree in tourism and foreign languages, and she worked as a tour guide in her native Portugal before moving to the United States. She has lived on three continents and a few islands. Her knack for languages and linguistics led her to a master’s degree in education. She lives in Northern Virginia, is a member of Write by the Rails, and has taught English as a Second Language for more years than she cares to admit. Natalina believes you cannot have too many books or too much coffee.
Katherine Gotthardt, M.Ed., writing concentration, is a founding member of Write by the Rails, currently serves as VP and has twice been nominated for Poet Laureate of Prince William County. Katherine considers herself a writer by nature and by trade, having begun writing for fun as soon as her mother helped teach her to read. She has been writing, editing and teaching for more than twenty years. While Katherine’s first love is poetry, she also holds an interest in writing articles, columns and short fiction. Besides being published in dozens of print and online journals, she has authored four books: Poems from the Battlefield, Furbily-Furld Takes on the World, Approaching Felonias Park, Weaker Than Water and Bury Me Under a Lilac. In her “other” life, Katherine is CEO of ATW- All Things Writing. She works with local publications such as Prince William Living magazine, Brides & Weddings magazine, Potomac Local News and Manassas Patch. Previously, she wrote for Bristow Beat, News & Messenger, PW Business and the Quantico Sentry.
All are welcome! A $10 contribution by members ($15 for non-members) is requested to secure your seat and the location.