Tracey Dalziel-Bush

Biography

Tracey Dalziel-Bush is a British writer. She was born and raised in Liverpool where she lives with her husband, two sons and wolf dog, Simi.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I started writing about 3 years ago and despite never having written anything before I was determined to get one of my stories down on paper. So snatching a few hours on a Sunday afternoon I set about writing the first draft of my debut novel Heaven Sent. It seemed to take forever and I don’t know whether it was willpower or being obsessed with the characters that kept me going. I remember my jubilation when I finally finished it; little did I know that that was when the hard work really started.
Who are your favourite Authors?
John Connolly is my all-time favourite author. He is a master at weaving intricate tales and his Charlie Parker series is a must for those who love dark thrillers. Christine Feehan made me an overnight fan of paranormal romance. I’d read novels with paranormal elements yet as I liked mysteries and thrillers romance novels had never appealed to me. That was until I read Dark Gold the third in the Dark Carpathians series, after that I was hooked.
Sherrilyn Kenyon I love. Never have Greek and Roman mythological beings been as scintillating as they are in Sherrilyn’s Dark-Hunters/Dream Hunters novels. I loved the series so much I named my wolf dog Simi after one of the main characters
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Books

Heaven Sent
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 135,720. Language: English. Published: January 12, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
Highly proficient killer, Lilia West, finds her skills somewhat lacking when she goes up against the stunningly handsome, egotistical, psychopathic killer, Ramon Blur. The fact that he isn't altogether human doesn't help matters, either. Her salvation comes in the form of breathtakingly gorgeous Louis, a delectable being who positively exudes power. And, despite being swept away by this enigmatic

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