Mousai Books was originally created as Mu Psi, a potential new sorority at Dani and Signy’s college, but fell through. However, the bonds of sisterhood never faded and now the group has expanded to become a support group for creative types of all mediums.
While we only have authors at the current moment, we are looking to expand with artists, musicians, etc. So, if you feel like Mousai Books might be the place for you, send us a message.
Danielle Thamasa is a motorcycle riding librarian and a geek. When she isn’t writing or reading she spends a great deal of time keeping up with various TV and movie fandoms, and hanging out with people as enthusiastic as herself.
Danielle is also a lover of photography, with subjects ranging from landscapes and flowers to cosplayers and animals. Other hobbies include regular board game nights with friends, going to comic conventions, and spending the night participating in ghost hunts.
In her free time Danielle can be found preparing for her favorite hobby: National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and Camp NaNoWriMo. NaNo has been a massive part of Danielle’s life since 2006, and she has been her region’s ML (Municipal Liaison) since 2008.
You can find Danielle on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Google+, and Instagram, or e-mail at email@example.com
Born in Bayreuth, Germany, Signy Cullen was raised in several U.S. cities. She now resides in Southern Ohio with her family and cats.
Signy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a minor in History from Heidelberg University. She currently works part-time scoring state assessment tests.
She has released just two novels so far, but also released a non-fiction book about royalty under the name Sarah Ward.