About Us

Trish McCallan

Trish McCallan was born in Eugene, Oregon, and grew up in Washington State, where she began crafting stories at an early age. Her first books were illustrated in crayon, bound with red yarn, and sold for a nickel at her lemonade stand. Trish grew up to earn a bachelor’s degree in English literature with a concentration in creative writing from Western Washington University, taking jobs as a bookkeeper and human-resource specialist before finally quitting her day job to write full time. Forged in Fire came about after a marathon reading session, and a bottle of Nyquil that sparked a vivid dream. She lives today in eastern Washington. An avid animal lover, she currently shares her home with three golden retrievers, a black lab mix and a cat.

For more information on Trish, please visit her website here.

Norah Wilson

Norah Wilson lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick with her husband, two adult children and her beloved Rotti-Lab mix Chloe. She is a three-time finalist in the Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart® contest and in 2003 won the Dorchester Publishing’s New Voice in Romance. She writes romantic suspense and paranormal romance. In addition to the solo writing, she also writes the laugh-out-loud Dix Dodd cozy mystery series with writing partner Heather Doherty, under the name N.L. Wilson. Wilson and Doherty also write YA paranormal.

Norah loves Twitter and television. Heck, she loves tweeting about television and debating the really big questions. (You know, Sam or Dean? Justified or Burn Notice?)

For more information on Norah, please visit her website here.


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