Joshua Loveday lives in Michigan with his spouse and three dogs. He has published articles in Detroit Metropolitan Woman, the Michigan Chronicle and the Engraver’s Journal. His story THE BEACH was a finalist for the 42nd Flash Fiction Contest by New Millennium Writings, and his story IN THIS LIFE appeared in Grit Magazine. He also wrote regular features for Michigan Tourist Monthly for more than a decade. When not writing, he walks his dogs, pretends to be a chef and practices Zen. He is currently querying agents to represent his latest novel–an upmarket adult family drama–in which Alison must quit drinking to reconnect with her husband Giancarlo before his Alzheimer’s takes him from her forever, all while dealing the the parole of her teenage son’s killer, the heroin addiction of her surviving son Blaine, and her grandson Michael’s transition from male to female–a secret only Alison knows.