Bob Nicol is a missionary and part-time engineer. In My Name Is Deliverer, he shares his harrowing experiences around the globe, and whether he was fighting for survival in a small canoe during a 260-mile river race, breaking down on a mountainous back road deep in the forests of Kenya, or dealing with the probes of foreign government officials, Bob knows how he was able to get out alive and live to tell the tale. God had something to do with it.
Savion : is an accomplished educator, author, traveler, philanthropist, eco-warrior, and artist born in Southern Illinois. For the past 12 years, she has extensively toured the world from Europe, the Mediterranean, and across Asian-European borders for her academic, artistic, and humanitarian endeavors. She finished her undergraduate studies at Illinois State University and her master's degree as a Reading Specialist at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. As a lover of literature, she enjoys her retirement days as President Emeritus of the literary club, Women Transcending Boundaries, and editor for the Transpersonal Psychology Association of Syracuse. She continually fulfills her humanitarian mission by volunteering in Samaritan centers, farmer groups, and several interfaith groups supporting immigrants. On lighter days, she spends a lovely time bonding with her daughters and grandchildren living nearby.
Evelyn Chedekel has a wide array of passions and obsessions, including—but not limited to—trapeze, manga, pretty skirts and dresses, nature, romance, steampunk accessories, anime, ancient dialects & foreign languages, martial arts, chivalry, travel, science-fiction and fantasy cartoons, and fiction novels of basically every kind, as long as they don’t get too dark and have enough humor, romance, and adventure to keep things interesting! She believes that stories are life, and that just because something is fictional, that doesn’t mean it’s not real