T Francis Sharp


Thanks to a disobedient older brother and the magic of drive-in theatres, Tim has been fascinated with zombies since the tender age of nine. He spent twenty years in the dowdy world of manufacturing writing fiction to justify questionable management decisions, attaining the zombie-esque position of vice-president of production planning at the age of thirty-six. In 2003, Tim decided a change was in order and procured a paper route. In all fairness, he wasn’t the only person who failed to see the imminent demise of newsprint. There was another guy, somewhere.

Tim lives in St. Louis Mo. with his lovely wife and three sons.

Smashwords Interview

When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Tending to my yard and garden, mostly. I've got a great little frog pond that has really taken over my imagination the last few years. In my mind, I've created a whole little world there. I also, unfortunately, work.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
Yes, strangely enough, I do. It was called Happiness is. A little Charlie Brown book. I don't remember how old I was, but I had measles or something and was stuck in my room. It changed my life. I read all the Charlie stuff, and then went onto harder books like Curious George. My sister turned me on to the Golden Books for Kids collection and I was hooked. Before I knew it, I was in Middle-Earth and so addicted to reading I couldn't stop. Soon I was doing a book a day, sometimes more. My friends didn't understand. They were all like, "Dude, you have a problem." I didn't care, I needed the books. I tried to clean up my act. Get straight, you know. Watch TV and stuff like normal kids. But I couldn't, I needed the high too much.
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Second Dead
Price: Free! Words: 84,430. Language: American English. Published: October 18, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Undead, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Adventure
(5.00 from 1 review)
End a zombie and you still have the soul to deal with. Great. Sometimes dead just isn’t dead enough. Annabel Wallis has problems and they get worse with each passing day. Not only must she survive the zombie apocalypse, she must decipher cryptic messages from beyond the grave and release trapped souls before she becomes second dead.

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Smashwords book reviews by T Francis Sharp

  • Ye Gods! A Tale of Dogs and Demons on Oct. 14, 2015
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    Delightful. Fast paced and exciting as scenes zip by seamlessly from chapter to chapter. A wacky who done it that in Lynne’s own words “wasn’t an investigation, it was a goddamn episode of Scooby-Doo." A memorable and eclectic cast, spells frocking good times for the reader. From the outrageously dressed familiar Senora Milagros to the seriously super smart voodoo practicing witch wanna be Kiki Cristatello, the characters pop and come alive to entertain and escort the reader to the all too soon conclusion.