Our Family

Revolutionizing the indie media publishing industry to help support the indie community.

The Tea With Coffee Team:

Tyler Wittkofsky

Publisher

Tyler Wittkofsky is a multi-genre author, podcaster, blogger, award-winning marketing and communications professional, and mental health advocate from the southern coast of North Carolina where he currently resides with his wife Grace and dogs Dutch and Belle.

His first novel, (Not) Alone, was based on true events surrounding the struggles of mental illness. The Seeds of Love: Sunflower Kisses Book One was his debut romance novel centered around a mentally ill young man. Tyler blogs on www.TylerWittkofsky.com.

You can find him on social media and his work at https://linktr.ee/wittkofsky.


Kelsey Anne Lovelady

Vice President of Publications

Kelsey Anne Lovelady was born in Billings, Montana and grew up in Bozeman. At fifteen her family moved to Shawnee Mission, Kansas. She stayed there from her Junior year of high school up until she graduated from Johnson County Community College with her Associate of Arts Degree in Arts and Science. She graduated from the University of Wyoming with her B.F.A. in Musical Theatre and her Minor in Writing. She published her first book, “STAFROGED: Orion” on the day she graduated, and is in the process of rewriting it. She has also dabbled in writing for the theatre with her 10-Minute Play “How Are You?”, which was produced by the True Troupe of Cheyenne as part of their 2019 Wrights of Wyoming Playwrighting Festival.

Kelsey also writes for the online literary magazines “In The Pantheon” and “In the Crescent

She can be reached at: loveladynovels@gmail.com

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Adrestia on In The Pantheon
Namid Cook on In the Crescent


Aaran Jolly

Vice President of Operations

Aaran Jolly is a 9-year Navy Vet, having spent most the first decade of the century on active duty. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, giving him a love of the mountains that he gets to enjoy daily view of as he now lives in Colorado. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Security and a Master of Business Administration that he was awarded after the Navy. He is one of our Vampires, having porphyria. Vampiric myths with their sun weakness are based upon this illness.


Editors


Victoria Moxley

Editor-In-Chief

Victoria Moxley is many things.

Currently, she’s working on a horror/supernatural romance about demon hunting twins, a zombie apocalypse novel, a YA fantasy novel, and several short story collections. As if that wasn’t enough, she’s also working as a pharmacy tech, editing novels, designing covers, and doing some beta reading for good measure. Because being a Domme and nerdy gaming goth girl wasn’t fulfilling enough for her. Oh, and we can’t forget her contributions over at InThePantheon.com as the scribe for Aphrodite and as an assistant editor. She can be found in twitter at @daleksndemons and on her website at victoriamoxley.com.

She is a former prison sergeant that’s been writing for the voices in her head since 2000. Most of her writing can be found on various platforms and blogs. If she’s not writing, she’s gaming, making graphics/gifs, or building mods to bring the worlds of books and gods to Skyrim.

Fun Fact: She can wrangle mice, rats, snakes, and scorpions. The only thing she’s deathly afraid of is geckos. Yes, those creepy little pink guys. They send her screaming and crying. (Flying is also terrifying, but she can easily avoid that. Geckos are far too common in Texas)


Vervain Moxley

Editor

Vervain Moxley has been a fan of writing for years, mostly delving into writing fanfictions for herself and others who may enjoy them. She was always fond of making stories, especially around the supernatural. She is an Eclectic Pagan witch who practices in their day-to-day life, has an addiction to coffee and enjoys creepy and scary things. She also has a fondness for wrestling, gaming and makeup, including horror SFX.


Authors


Natalie Bartley

Remaking the Sorceress: Titan of Light Book One

Natalie Bartley is a Canadian Adult-Fantasy author. Natalie has been writing for most of her teenage and adult life but started publishing those stories in December 2019 with her first book, Love and Pain in Zion. Natalie’s faith as a polytheistic witch leads her to many storylines involving the gods which surround her. She lives with her partner and stepson in Bowmanville, Ontario and is also completing her clergy status with the Correllian Nativist Tradition. They hope to one day open their own Pagan store together


J.A. Curtis

Broken Wings

J.A. Curtis is an Air Force veteran who feels blessed to have lived in the Middle East for a few years and hopes to return again soon. In between marathon competitions, J.A. likes to unwind by running with bulls in Pamplona, swimming with great whites in Gansbaai, and the occasional trip around Mt. Everest.


K Kalor

Dawn of Humanity: Generations of Humanity Book One

Kaitlyn Kalor is a 9-year Navy Vet, having spent most of the first decade of the century on active duty. She grew up in the Pacific Northwest, giving her a love of the mountains that she enjoys daily viewing as she now lives in Colorado. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Security and a Master of Business Administration that she earned after the Navy. She has the weaknesses of Vampires, having porphyria. Vampiric myths about their sun weakness were based upon this illness. She is also a Transgender author.


Destiny Swallows

The Lost Maidens


Ruby Marley

The Lost Maidens

Clarissa Cottrill

Café Vengeance

Clarissa R. Cottrill is a horror and literary fiction writer born and raised in West Virginia. Her Appalachian roots, love of literature, and complicated history with mental health are all woven into her writing — including upcoming horror novella Café Vengeance. In addition to writing, Clarissa co-hosts the millennial lifestyle podcast “30, Dirty & Dying.”