Gifts Writers and Contributors

Lilian Sue JournalistLilian Sue

Lilian Sue writes for Gifts for Card Players as a Game Board reviewer. Lilian is a long-time freelance writer, social media strategist & publicist who has worked in marketing and communications for the last ten years. Her work has also appeared in Jeweller Magazine, Inside Vancouver, Business 2 Community, Avenue Calgary, EAT Magazine and other publications. You can find more of her work and services at

Alex J Coyne Bio - Gifts for Card Players

Alex J. Coyne

Alex J. Coyne is a journalist, writer and bridge player. He’s a long-time writer for Great Bridge Links and Gifts for Card Players, and his other writing includes markets like People Magazine, Funds for Writers, Caribbean Compass, CollegeHumor, Folks Magazine, The Dollar Stretcher and a wide variety of others. Sometimes, he’s a ghostwriter, too. He also serves as one of the ambassadors for Bridge3Success, encouraging more worldwide bridge playing both online and off. When not playing with traditional decks, he has a love for trading card games.

Alex’s website

Benjamin Roussey Bio

Benjamin Roussey

Benjamin Roussey is from Sacramento, CA but now lives in Arizona. His bachelor’s degree is from CSUS (1999) where he was on a baseball pitching scholarship and he completed 4 years in the US Navy. He has an MBA in Global Management from the Univ. of Phoenix (2006). He has worked everywhere from small businesses to large corporations, and also for public agencies. He has lived in South Korea and Saudi Arabia where he was an ESL instructor. Now he writes professionally for several clients that cover one sector of our economy to another. Currently he lives in the Phoenix area. He enjoys sports, movies, reading, and current events when he is not working online.

Benjamin also writes here, and writes movie scripts here.

Shari Talbot

is a freelance writer, specializing in Online Content, Personal Finance, and Education. When she is not writing, she homeschools her children, supports her husband, and enjoys traveling across Canada.

Shari’s website