Dateline: Writer, editor, book fanatic
Celina Summers is the editorial director and co-owner of Musa Publishing (www.musapublishing.com) a small independent press that publishes all types of work from all types of authors. Agented and unagented, debut novelists and NYT bestselling writers, from the gushiest of romance novels to the goriest of horror. Celina and her partners came up with the idea for Musa when identifying the problems within the publishing industry. Musa is their answer to those issues, where the author is the key and the satisfaction of the reader the top priority.
Aside from serving as Musa's editor-in-chief, Celina also writes speculative fiction full-time. Celina lives in Ohio with her husband, Shannon, and a plethora of rescued cats. She has two daughters who each have a daughter. She has eleven fantasy and speculative fiction books currently published, including the Golden Rose nominated epic fantasy series The Asphodel Cycle, a Greco-Roman mythology series Mythos, and the Gothic vampire/historical romances in her Vampire Covenants series, the first two books co-written with fellow AMP author Rob Graham. Her future titles are currently in the hands of her literary agent.
Celina spends her time writing, editing, writing, playing with babies, writing, playing with cats, editing and writing. Her website can be found at http://shootthemuse.bravehost.com and her blog at www.kaantira.blogspot.com.
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