Social Networks are every where nowadays. With Twitter being one of the newer sites. People from all over Tweet, with Authors being no exemption. Our favorite authors have joined in on the fun. Talking about their books or simply just letting us know what they’re up to. OBS has decided to make it easy on you and list some awesome authors Twitters.

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Gloria Oliver

started writing in my teens just to get a couple of ideas out of my head where they wouldn’t bother me anymore.  But I didn’t really get into it full time until after I was married and met a wonderful group of people doing an Amateur Press Association on a Japanese cartoon called Gatchaman (Battle of the Planets in the US.)  Not only did the people in this APA talk about the show, they also wrote stories about the characters.  Once again I was bitten by an idea and attempted to put it to paper.

Max Frei

is the fictional narrator of ten Russian fantasy novels which make up the series called The Labyrinths of Echo , as well as several other novels. He is also presented as the author of these and other works, although in an additional twist of fantasy, it has been revealed that Max Frei is actually a pen name of Svetlana Martynchik the true creator of this literary icon.

Elissa Malcohn

When the television show Star Trek  went off the air in 1969, Elissa missed it so much that she began writing her own Trek episodes. She engaged in shared fantasies and creative endeavors with close friends, and soon expanded into more general science fiction whenever she could.

Mark David Gerson

has taught and coached writing as a creative and spiritual pursuit for nearly 20 years in the U.S. and Canada. Through workshops, online classes, coaching and consulting, Mark David has guided writers and non-writers alike to connect with their innate wisdom, open to their creative power and express themselves with ease. Mark David is author of two award-winning books, The Voice of the Muse: Answering the Call to Write and The MoonQuest: A True Fantasy, and has recorded The Voice of the Muse Companion: Guided Meditations for Writers on CD.

Robert E. Vardeman

is an American science fiction fan and writer. He got his start in writing by writing for science fiction fanzines, and was nominated for the 1972 Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer. Vardeman is one of the founders of Bubonicon, a science fiction convention in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is the author of more than fifty fantasy and science fiction novels.

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