#AuthorLife with Tricia Tyler

Sep 25, 2018 by

 

 

The journey to discovering what Genre you should write in can be a little bumpy.

This is my journey.

 

Thinking I was meant to write sweet romance.

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The editor when I tried.

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Switching gears. Hell yeah…Hot Romantic-Suspense!

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My older sister’s reaction. “Wait! What?”

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My younger sister’s reaction. “I knew you had a dark side.”

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Testing the waters and writing a scary scene.

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Locked out of the house after writing a scene from the serial killer’s point of view.

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Knowing this was meant to be.

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Editor’s reaction to my sex scene.

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When everything came together and I realized Dark Water would see the light of day.

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Psychic Evangeline Broussard is certain nothing will ever induce her to work with law enforcement again –– until a serial killer starts using her small bayou town as his own personal hunting ground. The powdered sugar on her beignet though is being forced to work with Special Agent pain-in-the-ass, Nick Garrison, whose cynicism toward her psychic ability is matched only by his hotter-than-a-Louisiana-summer sex appeal.

Nick’s opinion of so-called psychics is carved in stone, as well as on his heart, which puts his best friend’s little cousin squarely off limits, regardless of how much the sassy, Cajun, spitfire turns him on. But when her supposed sixth sense, and a leak in the local police department, put her in the crosshairs of the killer, she’s the only one who can save them all.

 

 

 

 

 

Tricia Tyler was born and raised in Arizona and transplanted to New England. Her life has never been the same. She’s a dreamer, an admitted coffee addict who’s always on the hunt for her next fix, and an aspiring action adventurer. She writes romantic suspense, sometimes with a paranormal twist, and is a multi-award-winning author who has won the Daphne award for single title romantic suspense and the Maggie. When she’s not writing or trying to corral her large family, she can be found longing for warm sunny days and a touch of the west.

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  1. Oh my goodness! Too funny! Your author life is a reflection of the way you write…total crazy and humor hits all rolled together! Love Dark Water! Great job!

  2. Love this life of yours Tricia! Now to find the pre-editor sex scene LOL!!!

    Great job, lots of luck honey xxx

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