CAROLINA MOON PRESS: WHO ARE THE AUTHORS?

Carolina Moon Press

Don Carroll is an author and spiritual director. His writing includes non-fiction, fiction, and contemplative work. These vastly different genres are connected by an underlying theme of the importance of accessing our spiritual nature in our human journey.
Don completed his spiritual direction training at Sursum Corda. Don attends the Davidson Friends Meeting and participates in the spiritual formation program of Davidson United Methodist Church. He is a member of the Wesleyan Contemplative Order. He leads workshops using the Enneagram as a tool for spiritual transformation and as a tool for deepening spiritual transformation in 12 Step recovery.
From 1994 to 2011 Don served as Director of the North Carolina Lawyer Assistance Program. Don is a certified Professional Coach and a certified Strozzi Institute Somatic Coach.
Don received his undergraduate degree from Davidson College. He has a Masters of Philosophy from the University of Dundee in Scotland and he received his law degree with honors from the University of Virginia. He holds a MFA in writing from Vermont College. Check out Don’s books on Amazon.
Reita Pendry was born in the mountains of North Carolina and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. She graduated from the University of North Carolina law school and worked for three years in Winston-Salem before moving to the District of Columbia. She practiced law in Washington, D.C. for twenty-five years. For twenty of those years, she was a criminal defense attorney. She returned to North Carolina, where her family resides, and practiced criminal defense for another ten years until her retirement. Her fourth novel is soon to be released. Check out Reita’s books on Amazon.
Patricia Said Adams offers spiritual direction to those seeking a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ, writings for meditation, guided meditations and more. She trained as a spiritual director at the Mercy Center in Burlingame, California. In addition, she is a supervisor of spiritual directors and has taught students in spiritual direction at the Charlotte Spirituality Center.
Raised in Louisville, Kentucky, and Wilmington, Delaware, she holds a bachelor’s degree in Art History from Connecticut College. She lived her entire adult life in the San Francisco Bay Area until five years ago, when she moved to Charlotte, North Carolina. She worked in banking and retailing after graduation, eventually becoming a women’s sportswear buyer and West Coast merchandise manager for a chain of women’s clothing stores. She writes a weekly blog on her website. Check out Pat’s book on Amazon.
Susan Mills Wilson is a native of North Carolina where she lives with her husband and pampered golden retriever, Lady. An avid football fan, she pulls for the Carolina Panthers as long as they’re winning. She cannot function or be approached by another human being until she has her morning coffee. In addition to writing gritty, fast-paced suspense and general fiction short stories, she enjoys writing a blog on a range of topics. She is the leader of the Charlotte Writers Club Mystery Critique Group and serves on the board of the Charlotte Writers Club. She has published four romantic suspense novels: Good Gone Bad, Her Lying Eyes, Hunt for Redemption, and Meltdown. Much of her research on law enforcement came from attending Killer Nashville and participating in 3 citizen police academies. Thankfully she received only a certificate of completion from each academy and NO gun or shield.  She is currently working on her fifth novel, Cruz Control, due out in 2017.
Suspense is her game and she likes nothing more than turning up the heat. The tension sizzles hot throughout her stories whether through action or character interactions. She writes because she cannot imagine not writing. Check out Susan’s books on Amazon.

About Susan MIlls Wilson

Susan Mills Wilson is a native of North Carolina where she writes romantic suspense. She is the leader of the Charlotte Writers Club Mystery Critique Group and a member of Charlotte Writers Club. Subscribe to Susan’s blog at www.susanmillswilson.com.
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