T. Lynne Tolles can be found most days, juggling one of two cat muses and a laptop, tripping over an ancient Newfoundland dog and washing a never-ending pile of laundry. When life doesn’t get in the way, she writes paranormal romances for new adults.
Her passion for witches, ghosts, and vampires together with a light-hearted wit are reflected in her loveable characters and the adventures of mystery they unravel to find their happily ever after.
Life raising a hellhound is no easy task. Unforeseen problems can and will arise at every turn. If things weren't crazy enough juggling a job, a blind dating a vampire and being stalked by a demon, then life in Paradise is about to get a whole lot worse for Summer when her landlord demands she unearth the RAT or the BROOM will have her head.
What does that even mean? Is the landlord insane? Summer's best friend Tori thinks so. Top it off with a visit from a fallen angel, a dragon, and Summer's got herself a whopper of a mystery to solve.
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I guess I needed a change from writing about just vampires and werewolves, so I made a list of supernatural creatures I liked and decided Hellhounds would be a fun subject to write about. Plus I had raised a Newfoundland and had some fun stories I could relate to a hellhound subject that might make the story humorous. So Hellhounds it was.
Q) How long did it take you to write?
I believe it was about six months. Life seems to get in my way and interferes with my writing.
Q) What is your favorite thing about writing?
Research. I love learning about bizarre and interesting things and then relaying them in my stories.
Q) What is your least favorite thing about writing?
Q) What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it?
Gosh...Um I think there is a jar of Maraschino cherries from 3 or 4 years ago when I was making some desert that required them.
Q) What can readers expect from you in the future?
I’m presently writing a pirate/steampunk-ish book and after that I will be starting the sequel to Finding Midnight which I’m tentatively calling Autumn Calls