Melissa has taught as an adjunct college instructor since 2006 and worked as a writing tutor and coach since 2009. She teaches Developmental English, Introduction to Composition, Business Writing, and several other courses. She is also the editor at Clicking Keys.
She currently holds three degrees: a bachelor’s degree in English with an emphasis on literature and language, a master’s degree in Education with an emphasis on adult education and mentoring, and a master’s degree in English with an emphasis on composition and rhetoric.
Melissa publishes under the pen name Melissa McArthur and currently has three short stories available on Kindle.
Erika has taught English to 7th and 8th graders since 2012 and as an adjunct English instructor at a local college since 2013. She currently holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language and Literature, a Master of Teaching in Secondary English, and a Master of Arts in English from Winthrop University. She is currently attending the University of South Carolina to pursue her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction. She’s presented her research at various medieval and international conferences, some which have been published (Academia).
In her “spare time,” she is a fiber artist who spins yarn, which she then knits, crochets, or weaves into clothing or art. She also enjoys studying metaphysical topics for inspiration as she writes her novel. She occasionally updates her blog on being a fiber artist and a university student – Readingsekhmet’s WordPress.
Christina is an English instructor at Winthrop University. She teaches critical thinking and writing for tabletop roleplaying games. She has worked as a freelance editor, writer, and developer in the gaming industry for over 15 years, and she publishes her own game material via Misfit Studios and Christina Stiles Presents. She holds a master’s in liberal arts with a concentration in writing, and she is currently working on a master’s in history.
Leann Rettell is a board certified family physician in Rock Hill, SC since 2013. She graduated from WV School of Osteopathic Medicine with her Doctorate in 2010. She then completed residency at Duke Southern Regional AHEC in Fayetteville, NC in 2013.