Nancy Richmond is a retired Greenbrier County, WV Judge,an award winning author who has been writing for over thirty years, as a newspaper and magazine columnist, and the author of many books. She specializes in books on Appalachia, especially folklore and ghost stories of the region. A certified genealogist and an historian, Nancy is a member of the Greenbrier Historical Society and the West Virginia Writers, Inc. Her book "Appalachian Folklore - Omens, Signs and Superstitions" is used by medical institutions to educate doctors on Appalachian culture.

Her books are sold in Tamarack, the art center for West Virginia, at the Open Book and the North House Museum in Lewisburg, WV and at and numerous other internet bookstores.

Nancy is a long time dog fancier, and has owned, bred and handled many AKC Champion dogs. She has authored four dog breed books.

Tammy Workman does the photography for many of the books by Nancy Richmond, and is the co-author of several volumes.

Misty Murray Walkup, an award winning artist, creates the artwork for Richmond's books, and is also a contributing author of "Appalachian Folklore".