Jennifer Tubbiolo is Bookstore Director at Seacoast Church where she is able to apply her love of books and 10 years experience in the publishing industry. She is also a blogger and novelist. Jennifer found inspiration for her current young adult supernatural fiction series, Narthex Academy Series, from the massive angels that surround Napoleon's Tomb at Les Invalides in Paris.  Jennifer is on the Board of Directors for Peace of Mind Ministries, and Associate Editor for Elevate Magazine. She is originally from Orange County, California but lives in her adopted hometown of Mt. Pleasant with husband Mickey, artist-daughter Mia (10), sports playing-sons, Griffin (8) and Nate (6), and her dogs Daisy and Cookie. When she's not writing, Jennifer and her family can be found cooking together or watching the New York Yankees bring home another World Series Title. Email Jennifer here.

Holly Fisher is a writer, editor and communications professional in the Charleston, S.C., area. Her work has been published in several local publications, including The Post and Courier, the Charleston Regional Business JournalMount Pleasant Magazineand Charleston Style & Design. She spent several years as a newspaper reporter and editor around the country before working in the marketing and PR field for three years. She now runs her own business, HAF Creative. Holly has a journalism degree from Ohio University and a master of mass communication from the University of South Carolina. She is currently researching and writing a non-fiction book about postpartum depression. Holly lives in Mount Pleasant with her husband, 4-year-old daughter and two Labrador retrievers. When she’s not writing, she’s doing CrossFit, piddling in her flower beds or reading. Connect with Holly at, on Twitter @hollyannfisher or via email at holly(at)

Sarah is a stay at home mom to two precious girls - Moira (8) and Peyton (6), and wife to one awesome family man, Ron! She is a transplant to Charleston, SC from Canada via Houston, TX where she lived for 12 years. She found a new home away from home the moment she laid eyes on Charleston! Sarah began blogging as a way to recount the many joys and blessings in her life while struggling with the challenges of raising a special needs and medically fragile child (Peyton). It is her hope that out of her struggles, she can reach out to other families in similar situations and somehow bring a little bit of Christ into their hearts. Connect with Sarah on her Blog, Twitter, Facebook, or Storenvy

Abbie is a former flight attendant with her feet reluctantly on the ground and her head still in the clouds.  She grew up on James Island and after moving too many times to count and living in eight different states, she is happy to be back in Charleston.  Abbie and her husband, Jason, have one son.  She works on her blog, The Envelope Keeper, between diaper changes and piles of laundry.  

Tiffany is a mommy of two amazing little boys Holden (2) & Guy (3 months), a wife to a super hero husband Chris, and a true geek at heart. She has a passion for blogging and using the internet as a way to build community with others across the country. As a DYI addict, a pretend big girl business women, and volunteer with Sisterhood at Seacoast Church, she is learning to juggle life while trying to avoiding mom jeans and mini vans. For now. 
Connect with Tiffany at Mrs Pate Writes
Twitter: @mrstmpate
Instagram: Mrstmpate

Allison is the wife of one amazing man, the mom to three great boys, and the daughter of an indescribable God!  She is passionate about sharing a God that heals the broken hearted and is desperate to reveal Himself to His creation.  She is an aspiring writer, the Outreach Director at Seacoast Church, and the Executive Director of MAIA, an organization dedicated to the advocacy of single moms and their children.
Connect with Allison at Heart Abandoned

Carrie Davis is a freelance writer, artist, and photographer from McClellanville, SC. She is the wife of an organic sustainable farmer and a happy homeschooling Mother of three. Read more of Carrie's work at Thats a Thought.

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