T.S. Barnett


T.S. likes to write about what makes people tick, whether that’s deeply-rooted emotional issues, childhood trauma, or just plain hedonism. Throw in a heaping helping of action and violence, a sprinkling of steamy bits, and a whisper of wit (with alliteration optional but preferred), and you have her idea of a perfect novel. She believes in telling stories about real people who live in less-real worlds full of werewolves, witches, demons, vampires, and the occasional alien.

Born and bred in the South, T.S. started writing young, but began writing real novels while working full time as a legal secretary. When she’s not skiving off work to write, she reads other people’s books, plays video games, watches movies, and spends time with her husband and daughter. She hopes her daughter grows into a woman who knows what she wants, grabs it, and gets into significantly less trouble than the women in her mother’s novels.

Smashwords Interview

What motivated you to become an indie author?
I want to be close with my readership. I want to have complete control over my product, for better or worse. If people like my books, they'll read them, and that's all. I do my best to get the word out, but ultimately what's going to make my books known is whether or not people like them. I hope I fall on the "love it" side of people talking about my books, rather than the "what the hell was she thinking" side.
What is your writing process?
I usually start with the very kernel of an idea. Something about a story I hear or a documentary I watch will appeal to me, and I'll say, "Huh. I can do something with that." Then I spend a while scribbling all over a notebook trying to think of what exactly to do with that kernel. I almost always start with characters, because that's easiest for me. I love creating new people, and sometimes I end up with a cast of characters with no story to participate in. But that's the next step! I try to have at least a vague idea of where the story is going before I start to write. I used to just wing it, but I got really tired of finishing and then looking back and realizing I had to rewrite the whole thing.
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Where to find T.S. Barnett online

Website: http://tsbarnett.com
Twitter: @TS_Barnett
Facebook: Facebook profile

Where to buy in print



Down the Endless Road
Series: The Beast of Birmingham. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 77,600. Language: English. Published: February 27, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Chaos brews just under the surface of Europe after Adam Weiss’s surprise attack against the Wolfjäger. Desperate for progress, Alicia joins up with a ragtag group of equally impatient special agents, who will show the werewolves what it really feels like to be hunted. Adam has problems even without the vigilantes’ interference, and his schemes might earn him more enemies than he expected.
Into the Bear's Den
Series: The Beast of Birmingham, Book 2. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 84,690. Language: American English. Published: May 27, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
In Germany, there is no such thing as freedom for werewolves. From the moment they’re bitten, they are tagged, filed, and monitored. It should be a hunter’s dream. All Alicia wants is to lay hands on Sam, the cause of her hate and the source of her nightmares, but his legend is finding an international stage.
Under the Devil's Wing
Series: The Beast of Birmingham, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 72,300. Language: English. Published: April 2, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal, Fiction » Horror » General
Sam is a werewolf without a cause. He only looks as far ahead as the next drink, the next woman, and the next good time, no matter what he leaves in his wake—mostly bodies and bitter progeny. Alicia is the one who got away. After barely surviving a night of Sam’s affections, she’s picking up the pieces when she’s approached by a mysterious man with an offer—hunt down the the creature who did it.

T.S. Barnett's tag cloud

action    beast    birmingham    david    hunter    hunters    paranormal    revenge    sam    supernatural    werewolf hunter    werewolves