About the Author
Trained by LA professional J. D. Lewis in addition to Bob Luke of Bob Luke Studios and Broadway Dance Studio of New York, Taylor-Grace has achieved 32 combined credits in film, television, voiceover, and theater by the age of fourteen. She has received the 2013 Best Breakout Performance Award at the First Glance Film Festival for the award winning short film The Box. She most recently co-wrote a powerful film addressing the issue of human trafficking in which she plays the lead role of a young girl with autism. One of Taylor-Grace s notable points of interest is her maturity which has allowed her to star in dramatic roles of characters much older than her actual age.
As a humanitarian, Taylor-Grace is the founder of Teddy Bears and Hugs, an organization which provides teddy bears and school supplies for children displaced due to emergencies. She is one of fifty students across the nation to be selected in 2011 to serve on the Youth Advisory Board for the Frederick Douglas Family Foundation in Atlanta. The mission of this advisory board is to educate others about modern day slavery and human trafficking.
Along with numerous awards in the film industry, Taylor-Grace has attained distinction in scholastic achievement, citizenship, and the arts. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time reading, writing, cheerleading, martial arts, and running. Taylor-Grace currently resides in rural Western North Carolina.
Roger D. Grubbs, the author of The Exciting World of Self Publishing, has written more than 56 books to date with 54 Best Sellers. He has been in the publishing business since 1979 when he started Market Consultants as a market analyst. His writings have become a standard of excellence in the field of newsletter publications. From its beginning Roger's publishing company has set the pace among his peers, quickly rising to the top of his field. As a well respected business executive, he has been chosen as the recipient of numerous outstanding awards, including Who's-Who among company executives! His advice has been featured in two major magazines on numerous occasions, recognizing his authority on the subject of marketing.
Upon graduating from Auburn University in 1971, Roger set out to build his own companies. In 2008 Roger made his debut in the exhilarating field of fiction as a novelist. The Mystery of the Mummy was written in six days and was chosen as Top Pick among suspense fans at Midwest Book Review. This goes to prove he doesn't sacrifice quality for speed.
Recently he appeared on the Dottie Laster Show called Trafficked to bring awareness to the global problem of human trafficking, which is the fastest growing crime in the world. Later he also appeared on numerous radio talk shows reaching a global audience totaling millions. Currently he is writing screenplays for many of his novels which are being considered for major motion pictures.