Ada Winder – You’ll find literary women’s fiction under Ada Winder. Expect character analyses and examinations of inner workings of all sorts for relationships and life, in general. So far, Winder has released a novel, and a short story. She has also edited an anthology of classic women’s short fiction.
Accolades: Her debut novel Emancipating Alice was a 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award quarter-finalist. It also won the Indie Book of the Day Award on June 22, 2013.
The second edition was released in July 2014.
Enoch St. John – Expect dark, gritty psychological fiction in the genres of suspense, thriller, and horror under Enoch St. John.
His first offering, Squeal, was released in June 2014.
Rose Francis – Rose Francis writes ‘traditional’ contemporary romances featuring women of color (mostly BWWM interracial love stories). Prepare for complications of all sorts, but expect a happy ending! Sex scenes are usually included, and the age group of the protagonists range from early twenties (new adults) to thirties.
Accolades: All of her releases thus far have been category Amazon best sellers.