Joy Spraycar was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico and raised in Layton, Utah. She was an avid reader and storyteller. In Jr. high she began her writing career by penning stories of the supernatural. She still enjoys those sort of stories today.
Tawny’s Ghost won the coveted Golden Pen award at the RWA Heart of the West contest. She’s also won awards for her book Quicksilver, and two yet unpublished manuscripts.
She lives in Roy with her husband Steven. She has three children, Jony, Tanya, and Ty. And loves playing with her two granddaughters, Alaina and Bentlee. She says they keep her imagination sharp and help her stay young.
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by Joy Spraycar
Approx. 79,750 words.
Published on December 27, 2012.
Tawny Nichols has just moved to a new house. On her first night there, she awakens to find that the pesky apparition she had hoped to lose has followed her. Desperate to be rid of the ghost, she must discover who he is and what he needs. During her quest, she find links to her own father's mysterious death and discovers the one person she thought she could trust has been lying to her.
by Joy Spraycar
Approx. 89,900 words.
Published on December 26, 2012.
Kat Sokol is desperate to save her town from a mad man cloning dragons. She and her friend, Eric, discover the family Kat never knew she had, and gain an ally in the formidable Black Dragon, Lakeershon.
This fun and fast paced urban fantasy will keep you on the edge of your seat and keep you guessing until the very end.
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