Ruth Littner is a partner in Gemini Wordsmiths, a developmental editing, copywriting, and proofreading business. She has penned Living with Ghosts, a nonfiction narrative that weaves together the stories and experiences – chilling, heartwarming, and engaging – through three generations, to detail the negative effects that unwittingly transfer from generation to generation as a result of trauma suffered during the Holocaust. Ruth has two short stories published in the anthology series Not Your Mother’s Book … On Working for a Living and Not Your Mother’s Book … On Being a Woman, as well as a YA coming-of-age story, Until the Neighborhood Changed. She is a graduate of Bram Stoker Award-winner and New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Maberry’s Short Story Class. She has edited four books for Mike Morsch, all of which are in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She has a B.A. in English and an M.A. in administration, and lives in Pennsylvania with her adorable husband and ornery cats. Or is it her ornery husband and adorable cats?