T.C. McMullen first pleased her fans in 2002 with the surprisingly "clean" yet suspenseful psychological thriller, Whispers of Insanity. It focused on the characters more than blood or gore. Gone Before Dawn, inspired by her local area, thrilled even more readers, but it was The Manipulated Evil Trilogy with the intricate plot and her strong female warrior Ravyn that gained attention from readers from Washington to Maine, Pennsylvania to Idaho and even across the globe to the UK and Australia.
Since then, T.C. has written more novels, all with tales full of deep characters. Despite being an independent author, her work is anything but half-rate. A perfectionist at heart, she has studied the craft of writing as well as art since she graduated high school in 1990.
She enjoys research into the myths of ancient cultures and draws much of her inspiration from the stories. Not usually a fan of fantasy because she prefers faster paced stories than most fantasy, she nevertheless found herself pulled into the realm of the genre with her own work. Although she has written about dragons and other familiar mythical creatures, she always strives to add a unique twist either to the character or to the race or setting.
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Daughter of Gods: Disillusionment Book One
Cedrik DeVassi, a young royal, lives as a recluse on Earth in 4327. His annual trip to the slave market brings him to Tryn. There is something about her he must set free despite the dangers of doing so. With the help of a little man of the Argel race, Cedrik and Tryn are catapulted into an adventure of danger, discovery, and a quest for freedom—hers from the slave mines, his from his secrets.
Rise of the Arcadians
On a changed Earth, farming and protecting a wall guarding civilizations from cannibalistic Oceaners are priority. Citadel leader, Darvid Squire, relies on Desire, a nomad girl from the wild lands outside the wall, for information. She knows much about humanity’s past and future. When Oceaners attack, Desire pairs with Rand, a new recruit who has secrets of his own, to save the people.
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