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Grant Sutherland

The Gun Collective

GUN is a collaborative novel written and conceived by 10 authors working together.... they are;

Morgen Bailey is a writing-related blogger, freelance editor, speaker, and judge for various competitions including the H.E. Bates, BBC Radio 2 500-word, NLG, and RONE. The author of several flash fiction and short story collections, crime and chick lit novels, writer’s block workbooks, and writing-related articles, Morgen teaches creative writing across Northamptonshire (and beyond) including sixteen courses for NCC Adult Learning and is scheduled to teach at Crime & Publishment 2017 with Lin Anderson and Martina Cole. Morgen is the former Chair of two writing groups, and a British Red Cross volunteer dealing with their donated books. Everything she’s involved in is detailed on her blog http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/. She can also be found chatting away about all things literary on Twitter and Facebook where she is @morgenwriteruk.

Max Booth III is the author of four novels. His mom has read at least one of them. He's the Editor-in-Chief of Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing and an ongoing columnist at Litreactor.com. He works as a hotel night auditor in a small town outside San Antonio, TX. Follow him on Twitter @GiveMeYourTeeth and visit him at www.talesfromthebooth.com

By day, Jake Cesarone is a mild-mannered engineering instructor at a small college in Chicago. But by night, he bangs out genre fiction on his trusty 1908 Underwood #3, to the vast consternation of his neighbors. You can follow his exploits at http://jcesarone999.wix.com/jakecesaronefiction.

Dipankar Dasgupta lives in Kolkata, India, where he was born and will probably die as well. An academic economist by profession, having received a PhD from the University of Rochester, USA and taught mostly in the Indian Statistical Institute and a few other universities in Canada, Japan and Hong Kong. He retired from teaching in 2006. He has been engaged in creative writing since when he cannot exactly remember, except that it began before he retired. Website: www.dipankardasgupta.com

Neal James is a UK crime writer with seven books to his name. He has appeared in both the national and local press, and has also been a regular at branches of Waterstones and local reading groups and libraries in his home counties of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. An accountant for over 30 years, that training has given him an insight into much of the background required in the production of his writing so far. He lives in the Derbyshire town of Heanor with his wife and family. Find out more about Neal James and all of his writing on his website: www.nealjames.webs.com

Amie Kerlin lives in California with her husband, three daughters and her dogs. She is currently finishing her degree in Medical Assisting and if she is not studying or spending time with family, she is writing stories or watching hockey. She has lived in the same town since she was born so she relies on her imagination and her family to keep things interesting. So far they've done a good job of keeping her on her toes. You can follow her on Twitter at @lemon_amie38 or find her on Facebook.

Christopher Law lives in the South East of England with a cat and an impaired view of a castle. He has appeared in a number of anthologies with more due out in the coming months. He is also the author of Chaos Tales and Chaos Tales II: Hell TV. For more horror stories you can find him on Wordpress and facebook: www.evilscribbles.wordpress.com www.facebook.com/evilscribbles

Justin Little is a small town town Canadian guy living big city dreams. He currently works a day job in the Insurance industry but moonlights as a writer. Justin mainly dabbles in the science fiction genre for LGBT interest groups and has two novels published with a third looking for a home. Justin currently lives in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with his partner of 6 years and their three overly affectionate feline companions.

Jessie Masoner is an Army Veteran, who after being discharged has decided to focus more on his family while continuing his education. He spends what little free time he has getting ideas on what to write and promptly forgetting them. You can follow him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessie-masoner-31738b10

Nathan Weaver is a Missourian who grew up watching too much Hitchcock. He's worked in higher education, fast food, television, and even as a custodian in a small town post office. He currently freelances in the St. Louis region. And acts out as an actor and filmmaker when he gets the chance. You can follow him on Twitter at @babylontales and http://talesfrombabylon.com.

Books published by Fahrenheit Press