Meet Houston's Authors
I became a writer in the hopes of helping end the cycle of child abuse and to show parents and children how to express their feelings being kind, respectful and loving. My book I’m Glad I’m Me, Weaving the Thread of Love From Generation to Generation is a parenting book disguised as a children’s book that accomplishes both goals.
Bailey C. Moore
I became a writer because I wanted to write stories that kids my age could relate to about issues in life. I have been writing since I was 7 years old. You can find my books on my website. You can follow me on Instagram and Facebook at B-MOORE-U Publishing.
I was inspired by life, movies, people, artists. I have been writing for six years now. Writing is my main occupation. I am active in social media. My books can be found on Amazon.
My first book is Parents Against Predators. I am the founder of Parents Against Predators 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and have a partnership with Houston Police Department Executive Chief Finner. You can find me on social media at Parents Against Predators Houston.
Ve Ce Dottie
I started to write greeting cards for my friends after being wheel-chair bound and confined to my home recovering from a spinal injury. I direct the non-profit Tis the Season With a Special Kind of Reason, Inc. I enjoy public speaking and giving back to underserved communities and am currently working on my next book.
I became a writer because I had so much I wanted to say, but was too shy to speak it, so I decided to write about it. I took interest in writing in the 8th grade when I began to write stories. From theory I've written several scripts and a few blogs. I’ve written/directed and produced a story about Acres homes called 100 Years Later.
As a child, Zoe Tasia idolized Barbara Eden, star of I Dream of Jeannie. However, she would have ditched the astronaut and married Captain Kirk. She can't blink and make magic nor did she wed a Starfleet officer. Instead, life had something better in store for her. She explores her imagination as a writer, is married to an understanding Greek, has two grown sons, and a crazy cat that thinks it's a dog. Now she resides in the great state of Texas, where everything's bigger and better, or so she's told by the natives. When she's not giving her make-believe friends full rein, she enjoys the opera, ballet, well-chilled champagne and books, lots and lots of books.
Becoming an author has been a dream of mine since a teen. I have been developing ideas and topics for a long, long time. But one day I knew my messages could and would inspire others when shared, so I became an author. I have been officially writing motivating and inspiring books for 3 years. Although I enjoy writing, my passion that pays is being a mental health and addiction therapist.
I’ve been writing for fun now and then for pretty much my whole life, but it’s only been in the last 10 years or so that I’ve written any fiction that was, what I’d call, semi-serious or possibly intended for an audience. I’ve been a journalist since I graduated college but that’s a different kind of writing and editing. I can be found at trends_to_reed on Twitter, miker0130 on Instagram, and "Songs From Richmond Avenue" at https://www.facebook.com/SongsFromRichmondAve/
As soon as Minette Lauren was old enough to write, she composed a play in one act about the love of Seth and Beth, inspired by the movie, Gone with the Wind. Not deterred by the play’s questionable success, she has been in love with writing ever since. She travels often and takes advantage of anyplace with a view that inspires her to write. Lauren now resides in Texas, where she co-writes with good friend Zoe Tasia under the pen name, Zari Reede. Lauren loves to write outdoors by her pool, with her five furry writing muses.
- Must reside in the nine county Houston Metropolitan Area
- Harris County, Fort Bend County, Montgomery County, Brazoria County, Galveston County, Liberty County, Waller County, Chambers County and Austin County
- If submitting an e-book
- It must be in ePUB or PDF format
- You must have a cover image with a thumbnail version of the cover image.
- If submitting a physical book, once you have completed the form, mail the book to
Houston, TX 77002
- Or bring the book in person to Central Library.
Independent Author Showcase
We will host an inaugural event coming soon. Stay tuned for more details!