Autumn Lindsey

Autumn lives with her husband and three kids in a deep, dark, magical forest. Fluent in typo and fueled by caffeine, she writes Women’s Fiction with characters that bite. You can find her on FacebookTwitterInstagram, or lost somewhere in her jungle of a house due to her massive collection of houseplants.

Crazy plant lady aside, her passion lies in providing a place for Writer Moms to feel supported and encouraged in all their writing endeavors, through Writer Moms Inc.

Watch for her debut novel REMAINING AILEEN, coming soon in 2019 from Magnolia Press


Everly Reed

Everly Reed is an author of contemporary romance, and loves to use her background in psychology to create endearingly flawed characters and hard-earned happily ever afters. She’s the wife of a man who knows his way around a welding rod and mother of three rowdy littles, but she’s also been known to be a school counselor, chicken herder, cat wrangler, and guitar enthusiast. Everly does her best writing in her tiny office carved out the chaos of her house and within view of the wide open Alberta prairies.

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Abby Mathews

The Little Prince might tell you Abby Mathews is one of the few grown-ups who really does remember being a child, and her mother will tell you she’s like Peter Pan and never really grew up. Abby is finishing her first middle grades novel, Misshelved, a magical story about trying to fit in even when your family clearly doesn’t belong. She draws her inspiration from nearly a decade’s worth of pretending to be the adult in a 9th grade classroom and all those times she tried to hide her own amazingly embarrassing father as a kid. She lives in Florida with her husband and 2 daughters, who are only now starting to realize that their mom is weird.

A Bit About Us

Writer Moms Inc. was founded March of 2016 as a private Facebook group.


A year later we ventured into the Twitter world and began weekly Monday night chats under the tag #WM_chat.


Our mission is to provide a place of support for writing moms as we journey together through this crazy yet amazing Writer Mom life.

“There is a time during one’s life when, if you are responsible for the care of your kids, it is very hard to do other creative work. You have to do it around the edges, in the middle of the night, or you never can get up before your kids, so it’s usually late at night. Or, if you have the money, you hire some kind of baby sitter or some kind of child care.

It’s hard. Your energy, your creative energies are being spread thin and strained. On the other hand, you are living an extremely rich life at the same time. And this is going to enrich your work, inevitably, I think. It may not seem so at the time, but … babies don’t stay babies for very long, whereas writers live for decades. You do outlive your babies.”

-Ursula K. Le Guin

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