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T. M. Moore

Sherman Oaks, California, United States

Email: tmmoore@ikthalionpress.com

Home page: http://www.ikthalionpress.com

T. M. Moore is an avid reader and writer of science fantasy adventure and a fan of films and television in those genres. Moore has a degree from Los Angeles Valley College and writes from a practical, secular point of view, with the slant toward keeping the reader engaged with visual action, scientific and historical detail; while bending reality in different directions that approach fantasy without sacrificing plausibility.

She has published seven novels of SFF/vampire adventure as part of the "Children of The Dragon" series, a universe she has created based loosely on short stories and illustrations she wrote ten years ago. The series is a chronicle of the Xosan, humanoid vampires from the ancient planet Antellus who were once human but transformed by a dragon's blood. They are adventures of action, espionage, horror, romance, science fact and fantasy set in a universe as real as the reader's own and intermixed with real historical events. They are tales of adversity and triumph, loss and love, myth and history. You will fall in love with each character as they experience life on a world not their own.

Interests: science fiction, fantasy, horror, vampires, fantasy romance and historical fiction in book and film/TV, as well as nonfiction history, mythology, and related subjects.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: No

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • NAGRASANTI
  • The Mystery of Cranewood Manor
  • Destiny's Forge
  • To Taste The Dragon's Blood
  • NAGRASANTI
  • Red Dragon
  • The Queen's Marksman
  • The Black Witch
  • VIRUS
  • Written In BLOOD
  • Nonfiction

  • A BOOK OF FIVE RINGS: A Practical Guide to Strategy by Miyamoto Musashi
  • PRINCIPLES OF SELF-PUBLISHING: How to Publish and Market A BOOK On a Shoestring Budget