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Dark Fates Author Spotlight: T.F. Walsh

Dark Fates Author Spotlight: T.F. Walsh

Demon’s Fever: A Hell Unleashed Novel After falling for the enemy, there’s no going back. After losing her dishwasher job, Cary Stone finds herself broke and homeless. And, oh yeah, she’s also a half-demon who has to stay in hiding because everyone wants her dead. Awesome. So when she’s offered a job to hunt demons at Argos Inc.,… Continue Reading

Dark Fates Announced

I’m super excited to announce that I have a book in the phenomenal Dark Fates boxset! Inside Dark Fates, you’ll find 22 full-length urban fantasy and paranormal romance novellas and novels (including my A Fistful of Evil). All for a whopping $0.99! The collection is packed with fantasy, magic, and romance from USA Today and international bestselling urban fantasy… Continue Reading

Post-Holiday Recovery

Post-Holiday Recovery

For Christmas, my husband and I had the flu. He got it a few days before me, but we both were in a sleep-deprived, pain-filled, cough-tastic daze on Christmas. We were awake simultaneously long enough to open socks, then back in bed until dinner. Neither of us felt like taking pictures when we finally opened presents.… Continue Reading

Madison and Alex: The Date

Madison and Alex: The Date

It’s time for a confession: I didn’t want to write Alex and Madison’s date. For the last year, I’ve known this scene was coming, but no matter how I spun it in my head, I couldn’t muster up any excitement for the date. Here was the problem: Dr. Alex Love is part of Madison’s normal world.… Continue Reading

A Thinking Kitty

A Thinking Kitty

Everyone needs a thinking kitty. In case you’re not familiar with the term I just made up, a thinking kitty is a cat with the patience to help you work through your thoughts or who will tag along as you learn about new things. I have three cats. My two indoor cats are siblings I’ve had… Continue Reading

New Reading Rules Are in Town

New Reading Rules Are in Town

I’ve long operated under the idea that it’s best not to read in my genre when I’m writing. In the early days, other authors’ styles would creep into my writing, so much so that during edits, I could point to the author I had been reading when I wrote certain passages. (Those books of mine… Continue Reading

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