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Autumn Ware began writing campy adventure novels when she was a single mother living on a public teacher's salary. It was the only vacation she could afford. As her characters grew bolder and more daring, they became her imaginary role models, encouraging her to take more calculated risks in her own life. Today, she's the owner of Aware Copywriting, a New Orleans-based agency that produces magnetic propaganda for clients around the world, and she lives on a vintage sailboat with her husband, son, two cats, and a dog. Perilous and Sparks empowered her when she was feeling overwhelmed by her powerlessness. She hopes they'll do the same for you.

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Bonnie Mary Liston Bonnie Mary ListonReal Honest-to-Goodness Writer + Wildly Talented Artist + Gothic PodcasterI was introduced to Bonnie Mary Liston via her article “The Wildness of Girlhood” at Overland.com. It thrilled and delighted me. I immediately reached out and asked if she’d write an Innocent Postcard for Perilous and Sparks. What a surprise to realize that she had also struggled to officially name her Read more of this blog post »
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