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C. E. Rocco
An unfortunate birthing in Wisconsin, eventually lead to a migration to Minnesota where he resides today with his loving wife and two adventurous, and energetic, children. He started out his writing career with Dragon Roots magazine to take the place of Dragon and Dungeon Magazine in the printed format and now hopes to fulfill a life long dream to share the written word from creative juices flowing within.
Contributions
Missing Pieces I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, & VIII
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Facebook: Rocco The Author
       
Ames Augustus Rocco & Joss'Lynn Epic Rocco
Ames Augustus Rocco, age eleven, and his endearing and not-at-all annoying sister Joss’Lynn Epic Rocco, age eight, were both born into a loving family in St. Paul Minnesota. They love to play Skylanders, Legos and recently Dungeons and Dragons. When not pestering their parents you can find them enjoying the great outdoors slaying zombies with sticks or playing on their iPads.
Ames is looking forward to honors math in middle school and one day returning to Gen Con. Jossy is very excited to be starting third grade next year in the same school as her big brother and enjoys dancing (which she will readily do for you if you ask).
Both children are taking an active interest in Daddy’s writing career and were inspired to write their own first short story while watching an episode of Sponge Bob Square Pants.
The story that inspired them from the popular children’s show went like this:
This is the story of the ugly barnacle. The barnacle was so ugly that everyone died.
The End.
Contributions
Missing Pieces III, IV, V, VI, VII, & VIII
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Facebook: Rocco The Author
             
Maxwell Alexander Drake
Drake wrote his first novel nearly thirty years ago when he was twelve. A lovely piece of fiction titled The Warlord's Dust. While the world will never see this work (it was, after all, written by a twelve-year-old), the love of storytelling never left him. He's been professionally writing for about ten years, working for both large and small companies. He's done everything from being the Lead Fiction Writer for a massive video game from Sony titled EverQuest Next, all the way down to self-publishing some of his own work. He's worked as a novelist, graphic novelist, been a playwright for movies, TV, and stage, as well as being a tie-in writer for both the video and table-top gaming markets.
Contributions
Missing Pieces I, II, IV, V, VI, VII, & VIII
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Website: MaxwellAlexanderDrake.com
Website: DrakeU.com
Facebook: AuthorMaxwellAlexanderDrake
Twitter: @MaxwellADrake
             
C.S. Marks
C.S. Marks, author of the beloved Elfhunter series, is a lifelong horsewoman. Her equine characters stand among the best in fantasy--an outstanding example of “write what you know.”
When not writing, she is most likely found riding the long trail on a fast horse, or shooting arrows from the back of a fast horse.
Contributions
Missing Pieces I, II, III, IV, VII, & VIII
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Website: CSMarks.com
Website: elfhunter.net
Facebook: Alterra.CSMarks
Twitter: @CSMarks_Alterra
         
V.J. Waks
She writes.
A lot.
Come; see.
Contributions
Missing Pieces I, II, VII, & VIII
Contact Info
Website: vjwaks.com
Facebook: VJ Waks Writer's Page
           
Chris Jackson
From the sea to the stars, Chris A. Jackson’s stories take you to the far reaches of the imagination. Raised on the back deck of a fishing boat and trained as a marine biologist, he became sidetracked by a career in biomedical research, but regained his heart and soul in 2009 when he and his wife Anne left the dock aboard the 45-foot sailboat Mr Mac to cruise the Caribbean and write fulltime. With his nautical background, writing sea stories seemed inevitable for Chris. His acclaimed Scimitar Seas nautical fantasies won three consecutive Gold Medals in the ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Awards. His Pathfinders Tales from Paizo Publishing combine high-seas combat and romance set in the award-winning world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Not to be outdone, Privateer Press released Blood & Iron, a swashbuckling novella set in the Iron Kingdoms. Chris’ repertoire also includes the award-winning and Kindle best-selling Weapon of Flesh Series, the contemporary urban fantasy Dragon Dreams, as well as additional fantasy novels, the humorous sci fi Cheese Runners trilogy of novellas, and numerous short stories.
Contributions
Missing Pieces III, IV, & VI
Contact Info
Website: jaxbooks.com
Facebook: Chris Jackson
Twitter: @ChrisJackson1
     
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