Sarah AllenSarah Allen has a short ebook on Amazon-- XO: From Turner Syndrome and Me. This is a short book from the author's perspective of living with Turner Syndrome, a chromosomal condition in which a female is missing part or all of a second X chromosome.
Sarah EutslerSarah Eutsler launched an online magazine -- twentysomething Indy is for "the savvy and professional twenty-something crowd" living in the Indianapolis, Indiana area.
Allison RennerAllison Renner has had several short stories published-- this year's published stories so far are In The Dark and Coming of Age.
Jen CampbellJen Campbell has published her book -- Weird Things Customers Say In Bookshops, which should be self-explanatory from the title. This was published in the UK in April, and will be available in the US on August 30. I bought a UK copy through Jen and am still absolutely amused by every page. She even got a blurb from Neil Gaiman: "So funny, so sad. Read it and sigh." - Neil Gaiman. Definitely a must-read for all writerly types.
Jen also published a collection of her poetry -- The Hungry Ghost Festival. This should be available now. I haven't read it yet, but I love Jen's poetry.
Cherie Reich has now published her entire Gravity trilogy -- Defying Gravity, Fighting Gravity, and Pull of Gravity. These are all futuristic space novelettes which I would describe as light science fiction. Very compelling, gripping stories.
Cherie has also published two collections from her Foxwick Chronicles this year -- A to Z Flashes of Foxwick and Women of Foxwick.
Alex J. Cavanaugh
Alex Cavanaugh has published two books in his science fiction trilogy -- CassaStar and CassaFire. These books are in the space opera style. He is currently writing his third book in the series.