Tamar Anolic Simon Brading Alessio Brugnoli Dale Cozort Ruth Danes Ken Davenport Thomas Diana

William C. Dietz Jonathan Doering Anthony P. Drabczyk Bryony Storm Dudley RF Dunham Euel Elliott

Lazlo Ferran David Flin Michael FitzGerald Timothy Freriks Peter Friedrich Mark Gillespie

Anaïs Grace Andrew J Heller Tabac Iberez Jared Kavanagh John F. Keane George Kearton J T Joseph

Sam Kepfield Paul Leone Steve McAuliffe Charles E.P. Murphy Jeff Naparstek Geoff Nelder

Christopher G. Nuttall Chris Oswald D.F. Pellegrino Matthew W. Quinn Tanya Reimer Jeffrey G. Roberts

Michael Schulkins BJ Sikes Duane Simolke Cody Sisco Claude Stahl Giampietro Stocco

John R. Stuart Nicholas Sumner Brian Trenchard-Smith David W. Thompson Grey Wolf Jay Wolfe

Alternate History Authors

Thomas Diana Thomas Diana is a French self-taught author-illustrator interested in alternate-history (among other things) and tries to publish plausible, enjoyable and unique alternate history books.

At the Edge of the Abyss Cycle 1 features an alternate pacific war where pacifists try to change the course of the war. In Germany, July 20 plot succeeds, and the new German leaders try desperately to bring an honourable end to the war.



Jared Kavanagh Jared Kavanagh lives in Australia. He attempted writing as an occupation after trying over seventy other jobs in his life. None of those jobs have lasted more than a couple of years. He plans to keep writing for much longer than that.

His shortest job lasted three hours. He had been told the job was graphic design, but when he started the job turned out to be data entry. So he went on an early lunch break and never came back. He quickly learned not to list most of his jobs on his résumé after one interviewer asked him when he was going to stop his career promiscuity. He decided it was easier to stop listing most jobs than it was to stop the career promiscuity.

Walking Through Dreams is his first alternate history novel.


Steve McAuliffe Steve McAuliffe is novelist, playwright and poet, as well as being a lyricist and vocalist for the Mighty Ur.

Steve has had three plays performed; the latest was entitled 'Heaven and Hell', and concerned 3 angels forced to sit out the apocalypse in a South London pub.

Steve also possesses a Master's Degree in Screenwriting and has recently set up a writing-workshop in South Somerset. He is currently working on a book entitled 'Blake's Wake', which he rather pretentiously describes as "not exactly a sequel to Farraway, but more accurately an equal to Farraway".


Bryony Storm Dudley Bryony Storm Dudley is a young Welsh writer, who first had the idea for Bubblewood in her early teens, and developed it over the following few years.

Bubblewood is a childrens and Young Adult fantast novel - A cottage in the woods. Rumours of a witch. And two curious teenage girls, eager to get to the bottom of the mystery.

Vesta-Ora and her adopted sister Eve live at 2b Bubblewood House. They live a typical family life, doing everything that girls of their age do. But the stories about the cottage and its occupant will never go away.


John F. Keane John F Keane is a member of the BSFA and has published both prose and poetry in a number of science fiction magazines, including Analog. In an academic capacity, he has also written about the social prototyping potential of science fiction in such prestigious management journals as Emergence and The International Journal of Advertising. His seminal paper Literary Praxiphorical Analysis: Using Science Fiction and Fantasy to Shape Organizational Futures (2014), co-authored with the prestigious management academics Bernard Burns and Gary Graham, is considered a classic of its kind.

Simon Brading Simon Brading earned a living in quite a few ways over the years, doing things like ballet dancing, acting, modelling and voice work before finally settling on writing. He still does some acting every so often, but spends most of his days sitting at his laptop.

A Londoner most of his life, he moved to Barcelona a good few years ago now in search of a life that was less focussed on work.

Tavac Iberez Tabac Iberez is a professional Millennial which is a fancy way to say his day job sucks worse than his night classes. Between bouncing around the retail wasteland, he writes short stories and novellas, serves as a semi-professional editor for aspiring academics and even thought about getting married once or twice. On the odd day he has free, his interests are cooking, romantic engagements, and wargaming in person or over a computer. His current project, aside from writing these books, is setting up his blog and all the other miscellaneous stuff authors need these days.

George Kearton I am now retired after a long career in voluntary sector fundraising and management. The House of Stuart Sequence is my first foray into alternate history but I am the author of two specialist books about toy and model soldiers, one relating to early manufacturers in plastic from the 1940s to the 1980s (including, of course, Louis Marx and many other American makers) and one relating to miniature figures depicting the Siege of the Alamo and the Texan War of Independence.

David Flin David Flin isn't quite sure how he's come to have collected a lifetime's experience without really having had a life plan or any of the things people have said are essential for success in life. He was in the Royal Marines for around 13 years, until one day he forgot to duck. Then he spent a bit over a decade doing this and that, until he worked out that writing was quite a comfortable way of making a living. He's written very technical stuff about gas turbines and the power industry, and has branched out into writing fiction, some of which draws on personal experience.

Charles E.P. Murphy Charles E.P. Murphy is from the U.K. and determined to write things that other people will, presumably, read. He is very sorry that he did that violent thing to the character you liked. Murphy has currently written and co-written six books - two horror, two spy stories, and two alternate histories.



Nicholas Sumner Nicholas Sumner was born in Africa and grew up in Nigeria and England. He has now come to rest in Canada with a wife, five daughters and a neurotic dog of uncertain parentage. Before he became a writer, he earned a living as a photographer and his work is represented by National Geographic Images. In 2012 he published a travel book called Available Light which can be purchased from the amazon websites. Drake's Drum is his first published alternate history novel.

Michael Schulkins Michael Schulkins writes humor and sci-fi novels of phantasmagorical fun! His most recent series, Mark Twain on the Moon, explores the inimitable style of Samuel Clemens in a steampunk alternate history. Other novels include the out-of-this-world political satires Up A Tree: A Jobs and Plunkitt Galactic Adventure, Beltway, and the comic crime capers Mother Lode and Sting Suite.

Michael was born and raised in California, and although he has checked out repeatedly, he has of course been unable to leave. He lives with the love of his life in a classic mid-century modern house in Silicon Valley, just an iPhone's throw from Apple Galactic Headquarters.


Geoff Nelder Geoff Nelder lives in England with his physicist wife within easy cycle rides of the Welsh mountains. Geoff is a former teacher, now an editor, writer and fiction competition judge. His novels include Scifi: Exit, Pursued by Bee, ARIA trilogy; thrillers: Escaping Reality, Hot Air; historical fantasy: Xaghra's Revenge

In the summer of 2017 Solstice Publishing released his historical fiction novel XAGHRA'S REVENGE. It crosses genres of history, fantasy and horror. It is based on the true mass abduction of 5,000 people by pirates from the Mediterranean island of Gozo, off Malta.

Claude Stahl Claude Stahl is a hobby historian, a retired teacher, and has assisted several researchers in projects regarding WW2 history. His interest in the matter brought him to write books based on alternative history and fictions centered on mysteries of WW2.

He is an avid motorcycle enthusiast and enjoys riding whenever he can, dividing his time between California, Arizona, and Germany.

Anaïs Grace Anaïs Grace is a pseudonym for an author with more than a dozen published works in other genres. Princess Absolute is her first alternative history

Imagine a world where women had always been in charge . . .
In the Kingdom of Pergamon, ever so long ago: Princess Rose is the absolute ruler. Her subjects exist to do her bidding and the bidding of the other powerful women who serve her. Most boys and men are there only for amusement and gratification of the Court ladies. The boy Brendan is different - he has talent.


Anthony P. Drabczyk Anthony "Toby" Drabczyk, a resident of Stuart, Florida, just published "Tecumseh's Pan Indigenous Individuals Confederacy: A Fourth Nation in North America"; it is an alternative history on how Shawnee Chief Tecumseh created a nation for his people that is larger than five Midwest states in North America. The 1815 Confederacy is alive and well today. The book is available from Amazon.com.


William C Dietz New York Times bestselling author William C. Dietz has published more than fifty novels, some of which have been translated into German, Russian, and Japanese. He grew up in the Seattle area, served as a medic with the Navy and Marine Corps, graduated from the University of Washington, and has been employed as a surgical technician, college instructor, and television news writer, director and producer. Before becoming a full-time writer Dietz was director of public relations and marketing for an international telephone company. He and his wife live near Gig Harbor, Washington.


Jeffrey G. Roberts Jeffrey G Roberts was born in New York City in 1949, and attended Northern Arizona University, in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he received his undergraduate degree in writing, and his graduate degree in history. He has had short stories published in most genres, and has four books on Amazon: the Mars adventure The Healer, the time travel/alternate history romance Cherries in Winter, the eerie urban fantasy In the Shadow of the House of God, and the paranormal comedy Uncle Billy's Chicken Hut & Salvation Emporium. He is interested in the technical aspects of UFO's, and lives in an area famous for the sightings of them - Tucson, Arizona; land of breathtaking natural vistas, and brain boiling summers.


Jeff Naparstek Jeff Naparstek grew up in the Bronx and Spring Valley, New York. He was a prop master on hundreds of television commercials and has worked on dozens of feature films and television shows. He lives with his wife, Janet in Western North Carolina. Arab Messiah is his second novel.


Ruth Danes Ruth Danes has enjoyed history and fiction since childhood and has travelled widely within three continents. These interests and experiences were the inspiration for the Life on another island series which is set in a world where many characters unexpectedly start new lives in foreign, sometimes seemingly hostile, lands.
Ruth currently lives in the heart of England and works in administration. Writing novels forms her secret life.


Jonathan Doering After two years living and teaching in Oxford, Jonathan Doering currently lives in Barnsley, South Yorkshire with his wife and son, where he teaches English at the local college. His work has appeared in various magazines and newspapers, including: Cascando, Sheaf, Icarus, Silver Carrier, The Friend, Quaker Voices, Circus, LitSpeak, Contemporary Review, Faith Initiative, AltHist, Brittle Star, Gold Dust (for which he won a Best Prose Award), The Guardian and The Wolfian. Earworms is his first e-novella.

Chris Oswald Chris Oswald has lived in America, Scotland, and England and is now living in Dorset with his wife, Suzanne, and six children. For many years he was in international business but now has a little more time to follow his love of writing. His books have been described as dystopian but they are more about individual choice, human frailty, and how our history influences the decisions we make, also about how quickly things can go so wrong.


Tamar Anolic "Triumph of a Tsar" is Tamar Anolic's second novel. She has a history of writing about the Romanovs. Her first book, the nonfiction biography entitled "The Russian Riddle," was the first biography of Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich. In addition, one of her short stories about the Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich and his sons, "Rumors of War," was published in The Copperfield Review in 2017. Tamar's first novel, "The Last Battle," was also published in 2017.


J T Joseph J.T. Joseph has been writing since he was a high school sophomore. He graduated from the University of North Texas with an English degree with concentration in Creative Writing and currently lives in the Dallas, Texas area.

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Brian Trenchard-Smith Brian Trenchard-Smith has been directing movies and television since the 1970's, with 42 titles to date. 'Alice Through The Multiverse' is his first novel, a wry time travel⁄alternate history⁄spy thriller

Mark Gillespie Mark Gillespie is the author of 'FAB' and 'The Outsider Tales'. A former professional musician and freelance sports writer, Mark recently relocated from Scotland to Australia. Fortunately, he hasn't seen a single snake, shark or deadly spider yet. In the meantime, he writes speculative fiction - alternate histories, post-apocalyptic, and horror.


Alessio Brugnoli Alessio Brugnoli is an Italian author of Alternate History. Alessio Brugnoli was born in Rome on 10 May 1973. Since he was a child he has been passionate about history, art, fantasy and science fiction. Successful engineer who, because of his love for the city of Rome, wrote his first book "Il Canto Oscuro" over two and a half years ago, and won the Kipple prize.
Then followed other alternative history books: "Marciare per non marcire, marciare per non morire" and Il Canto Oscuro's sequel "Lithica".
He also wrote the science fiction books "Navi grigie" and "Noccioline da Marte"

The Dark Song: https://ilcantooscuro.wordpress.com/

John R. Stuart John R. Stuart is the author of the series - REBEL EMPIRE which creates a world where the Confederate States of America won the American Civil War and the consequences of that victory on the history of the world. The author was born and raised in Toronto, however he is now a resident of Cambridge, Ontario. He was a Telecom engineer for 33 years with Bell Canada and is a father of two children and grandfather of three amazing grandsons, Dylan, Dorian & Daniel. John is a huge fan of muscle cars, vintage rock n roll as well as classic adventure, fantasy and mystery novels.

Tanya Reimer Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Tanya enjoys using the tranquil prairies as a setting to her not-so-peaceful speculative fiction. She is married with two children which means among her accomplishments are the necessary magical abilities to find a lost tooth in a park of sand and whisper away monsters from under the bed.

As director of a non-profit Francophone community centre, Tanya offers programming and services in French for all ages to ensure the lasting imprint and growth of the Francophone community in which she was raised. What she enjoys the most about her job is teaching social media safety for teens and offering one-on-one technology classes for seniors.

Giampietro Stocco Giampietro Stocco was born in Rome, Italy, in 1961. He studied at the University the case of German-Danish national minorities in Schleswig-Holstein and Danish region Soenderyilland. This brought him to alternate history and fiction. Currently works as a journalist in RAI-TV.

The Uchronicles - https://ucronicamente.wordpress.com/

David W. Thompson David W. Thompson is a native of Southern Maryland, and a graduate of University of Maryland, University College. Prior to retirement from a position with a major Aerospace Corporation, he tried his hand at a variety of occupations- from grocery store clerk to warehousing, from shoveling coal to a four year stint with the U.S. Army. When he isn't writing, he enjoys time with his family and grandchildren, kayaking (mostly flat water please), fishing, hiking, hunting, wine-making, and pursuing his other "creative passion" - woodcarving.


Euel Elliott Euel Elliott, Ph.D. is a Professor of Political Science, Public Policy, and Political Economy, in the School of Economic, Political, and Policy Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson, Texas.

Paul Leone Paul Leone grew up on a strange diet of Tolkien, Lewis, Lucas, Roddenberry, Stoker, monster movies and comic books. This genre passion has inexplicably fused with his entrance into the Catholic Church to give you the Vatican Vampire Hunters series. He currently resides in Western New York with a cat who is not at all interested in his overly large collection of bad movies.


BJ Sikes This novel is set in an 1880s France that never was. In this France, the Scientists created a weather machine in the 18th century and the French people never go hungry. There was no French Revolution and the old monarchs are still in power, at least as cyborg figureheads.


R F Dunham R.F. Dunham writes with one purpose: to take you places you've never been before. He lives and writes in the foothills of Central Virginia with his wife, two cats, and a Newfoundland dog. If he's not writing, he's probably brushing that dog. Any remaining time is spent playing jazz trumpet and hiking in the Virginia countryside.


Michael FitzGerald Michael FitzGerald has appeared on television and radio. He is the author of several books on the Third Reich and is an authority on the period. Payback is his first novel.

Ken Davenport Ken Davenport is an entrepreneur and novelist based in San Diego, California. He has taught courses on Vietnam and political science at Colorado State and Chapman University, and is fascinated by how major historical events often hinge on fate's fickle hand.

Ken's built multiple businesses, lived in Switzerland as a kid, did his graduate work in London, spent a nomadic year in Tokyo, where he learned Japanese (or tried), and now spends much of his free time helping military veterans transition to the civilian world.

To learn more about Ken, his current and upcoming novels, news and updates, go to www.kendavenport.net

Cody Sisco Cody Sisco is the author of speculative fiction that straddles the divide between plausible and extraordinary. Tortured Echoes is his second novel and continues the cyberpunk alternate history series that began in Broken Mirror, which focuses on Victor Eastmore's journeys on Resonant Earth and beyond.
An avid reader of Frank Herbert, Haruki Murakami, and Kim Stanley Robinson, Sisco strives to create worlds that sit in the "uncanny valley" - discomfortingly odd yet familiar, where morality is not clear-cut, technology bestows blessings and curses, and outsiders struggle to find their niche. He is a co-organizer of the Northeast Los Angeles Writers critique group and the founder of the Made in L.A. indie author co-op.

Duane Simolke Duane Simolke wrote the books The Acorn Stories, Degranon, Sons of Taldra, Holding Me Together, and New Readings of Winesburg, Ohio. He co-wrote The Return of Innocence and The Acorn Gathering: Writers Uniting Against Cancer. DuaneSimolke.Com includes writings and links. He lives in Lubbock, Texas.

Peter Friedrich Peter Friedrich is a German author of Alternate History Books. He was born on 24 September 1957. From early childhood, he has been interested in warships and airplanes which led to a lifelong passion regarding history, politics, literature, fantasy and science fiction. He is also a successful business consultant with several Ebooks on business tips and tricks.

But his great passion are alternative history books. Newest is the Novel "Seelöwe, the landing in England on July 21st 1940", launched on 24th of December 2016 and the short story 'London has fallen' which is in the same timeline. He has also written several other non alternative short stories that are available on Amazon.

Matthew W. Quinn Matthew W. Quinn (b. 1984) grew up in Marietta, Georgia. After graduating from the University of Georgia with a dual degree in magazine journalism and history, his career has seen him reporting for one newspaper, editing two more, reporting for an online news service and a sports magazine, blogging for a cloud-computing firm and two film companies, and collecting Twitter feeds for online ad campaigns. His reporting has brought him into contact with presidential candidates, television celebrities, and notable authors and once earned him a commendation from the Georgia Department of Veterans' Service.

Andrew J Heller Andrew J Heller is a retired criminal attorney with an MA in European History (Purdue, 1982). He read his first book about World War I when he was in 2nd grade, and has been fascinated by the subject ever since. "Gray Tide in the East" was inspired by Barbara Tuchman's "Guns of August", which contains the story about the Kaiser's attempt to stop the invasion of Belgium, and forms the basis for the novel. He has been pondering this incident ever since he discovered it: what would have been the historical consequences if the Kaiser had not backed down?

Lazlo Ferran Lazlo Ferran has traveled widely, living for a while in Cairo during 1982. Later, he spent some time in Central Asia having various adventures, one of which was getting married in the traditional Kyrgyz style. He has a keen interest in the Far East, Middle East, Asia and Eastern Europe - the latter informing his series of books about vampires and werewolves. He keeps very busy as a self-supported writer but is a big movie buff and still pursues his other interests of history and genealogy.


Christopher G. Nuttall Christopher G. Nuttall has been planning sci-fi books since he learned to read. Born and raised in Edinburgh, Chris created an alternate history website and eventually graduated to writing full-sized novels. Studying history independently allowed him to develop worlds that hung together and provided a base for storytelling. After graduating from university, Chris started writing full-time. Chris is currently living in Malaysia with his partner, muse, and critic Aisha.


Timothy Freriks Timothy Freriks is an inventor, entrepreneur, and novelist living in Tampa. His first book was a guide for aspiring entrepreneurs, helping them get started on a solid foundation. Freriks has authored three fiction novels and have two others finished and waiting for final editing. The alternative history genre is Freriks' favorite. He has a copy of an American History textbook written in 1842. The volume's author told stories that can't be found today and one was the foundation for "Roland: of pirates and patriots". The idea of finding the real (or fictional derivations) of back-stories behind critical historical events captivated him.


Dale Cozort Dale Cozort writes science fiction; time-blending, mind-bending, brain-teasing novels and essays. These mashups of alternate history, science fiction and mystery realistically reshape the past and create new worlds that never were, then put people you'll care about in them and send them on fast paced adventures.


D.F. Pellegrino D.F. Pellegrino has been a life long fan of alternate history and first ventured into writing alternate history back in 2012 when he started Zhirinovsky's Russian Empire.

D.F. Pellegrino currently works as an attorney in New Mexico.


Jay Wolfe Jay Wolfe lives alone with his Unicorns and writes Science Fiction, Fantasy and Alternate History. Shadows of The Future is the next big thing...

Jay Wolfe lives alone with his Unicorns and writes Science Fiction, Fantasy and Alternate History. Shadows of The Future is the next big thing...


Grey Wolf Grey Wolf has been writing seriously for about 25 years, though before that his first completed novel featured Roy Jenkins as the Prime Minister of an SDP-governed Britain. Alternate History has always been in his blood!

He is now able to bring his novels to the public, as well as a number of self-contained short stories and a book of 'How to Write Alternate History' articles.


Sam Kepfield Sam Kepfield is the author of 'Red Planet'.