A guild for authors of fiction and non-fiction
Our purpose as an organization is three-fold: to encourage and support fellow writers, strengthen literacy in our communities, and raise the quality of Latter-Day Saint literature. For these reasons, we strive to reach out to aspiring authors and help them improve their craft to the point of publication. We believe that the more people become comfortable with a pen and a book, the more civilized our society will grow.
The Unfortunate Debutante by Laura Beers
An Agent for Alexina by Laura Beers
Lawfully Courted: A Spy Lawkeeper Romance by Laura Beers
Marry Me At Dawn by Lucinda Whitney
Only A Moment by Laura D. Bastian
The Widower's Bride by Laura D. Bastian
Among Sand and Sunrise by Stacy Henrie
The Murder in Mirth by Heidi Ashworth
Adventurous Ali: Temple of the Monkey God by Tyler H. Jolley
Frozen: Frost Boarding House 3 by Joanna Reeder
We Shall Be Monsters by Ryan Decaria
Mistaken Reality by Traci Hunter Abramson
How I Got Published: And What I Learned Along the Way by Jana S. Brown, Melissa McShane and others
Mistakenly Matched by Lindzee Armstrong
Royal Secrets Collection by Lindzee Armstrong
Siege and Sacrifice by Charlie N. Holmberg
To Kill a Curse by Jennifer Jenkins
Blue Farmhouse Flowers by Teri Harman
Brushstrokes and Blessings by Danielle Thorne
Roxy's Song by Raneé S. Clark
Healing His Heart by Jo Noelle
Two-Step with Tess by Jo Noelle
The Storymakers membership overwhelmingly voted in support of new avenues of membership. Visit our how to join page and see if you meet the requirements to become part of the Storymakers Author Guild.
2020 Storymakers Conference
2020 Storymakers Conference in Provo, UT
May 7-9 at the Utah Valley Convention Center.
Registration opens in January.
Meet the Board
Welcome Lori Parker, Finance Chair!
Currently, she lives in northern Utah with her husband, four children, and a dog who is insanely jealous of her laptop. When not writing, Lori enjoys creating graphics, visiting historical sites, museums, and reading.
Storymakers Book Spotlight
Abigal by Jess Heileman
Since the death of her mother, Abigail Blakeslee has lost any desire to become a debutante and enter Society. But now, foregoing her first Season has brought an unwanted invitation to join her aunt and cousins for a house party at Timpton House, the large estate of the Stanton family.
Reluctantly accepting, Abigail is thrust into the vexing world of social propriety and matchmaking she had hoped to avoid. More vexing still is her cousin’s suitor, the young Timpton heir—Edwin Stanton. Moody and distant at times, remarkably endearing at others, Edwin seems a puzzle she can never solve, but can never quite put away. But then, Abigail has her own secret to hide—her own mystery to conceal. Perhaps such puzzles are better left unsolved, or perhaps love can find a solution.
The Redgrave Murders by A.L. Sowards
When a freak accident sends Evie’s car careening off the road, she chalks it up to poor maintenance, or sheer bad luck making another appearance in her life. Little does she know a host of hardships is just beginning—the car was her father’s, and the brake lines were deliberately cut. Someone wants them dead—but why? All fingers point to Gary, a man with a troubled past and no solid alibi, but Evie is unwilling to believe he’s involved. Determined to uncover the truth, she begins to piece together a startling picture of deception and vice. But as she closes in on the truth, it is clear that someone is determined to silence her—and the next attempt on her life may be a deadly success.
Catherine's Intrigue by Paige Edwards
To fulfill her mother’s last request, twenty-four-year-old historic design specialist Catherine Pressley-Coombes travels to England in order to investigate an elusive family line. Armed with an illegible diary, she is determined to discover the identity of her mysterious ancestress. Distracted by an Elizabethan manor and unused to British country roads, Catherine runs her car into a ditch. Luckily, Nick Davidson, a handsome, hard-working local rides in—on his tractor—to save the day. As the down-to-earth manager of his family’s estate, Nick also happens to be one of England’s most eligible aristocrats.
Nick is certainly not the kind of man Catherine would fall for—a man dogged by media and rumor. So why does she find the English lord so irresistible? Even though she can’t overlook their differing values and beliefs, as she and Nick spend time together, their attraction deepens. While she battles through romantic turmoil, Catherine is beleaguered with far more sinister concerns: a series of unexplainable misfortunes that are not mere accidents. With her heart on the line, Catherine discovers her life is in jeopardy, and she has no idea who the perpetrator is—but she has a growing suspicion that the danger might be connected to whatever secrets lie hidden in her ancestor’s diary.