Kelly Sajonia has been published on numerous sites, but spends most of her time writing for her blog, Naked Girl in a Dress. She also teaches blogging and social media marketing courses, as well as run a full-service digital media agency (Naked Girl Media).
On the occasions she is not in front of her laptop, Kelly can be found playing with her kids, behind the lens of a camera, training for a race, watching baseball, cooking, hanging out with her fiancé, or with her nose in a book. She is a word and grammar nerd, carrying on the battle for Oxford commas everywhere. Speaking of words, schadenfreude is her favorite.
Alexa aka Kat Biggie is the mother of four children, three in her arms and one in heaven. After losing a daughter to Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome, Alexa Started the blog No Holding Back as an outlet for her grief and a way to raise awareness for TTTS, severe prematurity, and infant loss. Turns out she loves to write and is working on her first novel in addition to blogging regularly.
Charlotte Klein began blogging in October 2009 as a way to get over a painful breakup. Though she reluctantly earns her living from the man, she has added freelance writing, editing, social media, and marketing experience to her belt over the years and is the voice behind My Pixie Blog. She can often be found laughing at volumes that are considered socially inappropriate, dancing at Phish concerts, indulging in yoga whenever possible, and learning to love once again.
Heather O'Brien Webb is a married mama of two tween girls and a stillborn baby girl. She loves to knit, and uses it as a way to (try to) stay (mostly) sane. She has been writing at The Destiny Manifest since 2001. She writes about appreciating all of the beautiful little things that surround us, particularly in the face of grief, infant loss and mental health issues. Every day is an adventure!
Jen is a forty something recovering people pleaser, writer and blogger. When not vacuuming her house or watching late night television recorded on Tivo, she chases after two large dogs and rides an even larger horse. She can be found spinning her own brand of social commentary on the state of the world at When Pigs Fly.
Jessie Bishop Powell has Master's Degrees in Library Science and English from the University of Kentucky. When she's not blogging, she teaches college English online, shuffles her kids to therapies and school, and tries to be a good dog Mommy. World, take note: the dogs have much longer lifespans than the fish. Throwaway Lines released her novel Divorce: A Love Story in December 2011. You can read about her life, find out about her kids on the autism spectrum, and get a peek at her fiction over at her blog Jester Queen.
Kimberly Rues is one overworked, overwrought mother juggling two active boys, one neurotic dog, and a rubber chicken. By day, she's a librarian extraordinaire. By night, she's a carpool chauffeur, Food Network junkie, resistant exerciser, and single mother who isn't raising criminals. At Rubber Chicken Madness, she blogs about her high adventures in transforming teenage boys into confident young men, treasuring her imperfect life, and figuring out a way to use her minor in Philosophy to generate income.
Kir is finally a wife after decades of dating, a mommy to twins after years of battling infertility and a writer after filling a mountain of notebooks with the stories in her head. She gives a voice to infertility and celebrates other parents and the power of community while spinning yarns, eating cupcakes and buying high heels on her blog: The Kir Corner.
Marie Nicole is the poster child representing those who live life to the fullest. After a 5-year stint as a race car mechanic and living on the road 10 months per year, she woke up one morning to the news her team lost its key sponsorship and ended up without a job. She moved to San Diego, bruised her body on the roller derby track and then she made another bold move. She stuffed everything she owned into a small trailer, parked it in a friend's compound and sailed off with her best friend. She is lucky, her best friend doubles up as her husband. She has been blogging since 2003. But has been writing at my cyber house rules since May of 2010. Contrary to rumors, she is not a monkey. Yet.
Sean Jeffries is a father, son, brother, friend, sports fan, self proclaimed computer geek, professional technology consultant, armchair philosopher, fledgling foodie, music aficionado, voracious reader, Renaissance Man, Romantic, and a gentleman. A many faceted, diamond in the rough, if you will. He writes about his life on his blog Bluenotebacker's Bytes, and is beginning to rediscover his love for writing fiction, some of which can also be found there. Sean is almost 40, divorced, lives with his girlfriend in St. Louis, MO, and shares custody of his wonderful daughter.