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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Interview with Tallulah Grace!

Please help me welcome, Tallulah Grace, author of romantic suspense with a hint of paranormal, the Timeless Trilogy.

Holly: Hello, Tallulah! Would you tell us a little about yourself?

Tallulah Grace: Hi Holly~ Thanks for sharing time with me today. I’m a single mom, an author and an avid reader. My only daughter recently relocated across the country, so I’m adjusting to life as an empty-nester. In addition to writing, I enjoy bead weaving, reality television, rom-com movies, ghost-hunting and antiquing.

Holly: Do you remember how you first began writing?

Tallulah Grace: Technically, I began writing as a tween, but we didn’t have that term back then. Gee, that makes me sound old, but it is what it is. I’ve always been a writer, but I kept my stories private until recently.

Holly: Had you written anything before you published your Timeless Trilogy?

Tallulah Grace: Yes, I’ve actually written two additional novels, a slew of short stories and more poems than I can remember. None of the other works have been published; if I can dig the novels out of the basement, I may polish them up for publication. At the moment, I’ve got so many stories in my head screaming to get out, that the old works are on the back burner.

Holly: Can you tell us a little about your first book in the trilogy, Fate?

Tallulah Grace: I’d love to. In a nutshell, Fate is the story of one woman’s experience of being stalked by a serial killer. Kris is precognitive, but her visions and dreams of the terrifying events to come may or may not offer any real help. Her support system before, during and after the ordeal includes her two best friends, Cassie and Roni, and her recently renewed love, Nick, who was her college sweetheart.  

Holly: What was your inspiration for this first book, and for the trilogy as a whole?

Tallulah Grace: My inspiration was my personal fascination with all things paranormal and my love of suspense in general. The trilogy was unintentional; about halfway through Fate, I knew that Roni and Cassie needed to tell their own stories.

Holly: Which came first for you, your character(s) or the plot(s)?

Tallulah Grace: The characters absolutely came first. I began writing about three women who are more like family than friends, and the plot developed from there. Kris and Cassie are closer in the first book, but only because Roni chooses to distance herself a bit.

Holly: The second and third books in the trilogy, Spellbound and Destiny, follow Kristina’s (Kris) two best friends, Veronica and Cassandra. I admit I am very curious to know what happens in their books after meeting them in Fate. Would you tell us a little bit about it?

Tallulah Grace: Veronica takes center stage in Spellbound, when she learns that she’s a powerful witch. The story follows her journey to acceptance of something that she doesn’t wish to believe in while falling in love with someone she doesn’t even like.

In Destiny, Cassandra deals with her own reincarnation. Her dreams in this lifetime remind her of the many times she’s loved and lost one man throughout the centuries. Destiny is the most romantic of the three books, as Cassie reconnects with her soul mate.

Holly: Will we get more Nick and Kris, from Fate, in the following two books?

Tallulah Grace: Absolutely. Nick and Kris get together with Roni and Cassie, and their love interests, in both Spellbound and Destiny. The women are like family; their stories are interwoven.

Holly: I have to ask about Dylan, he really pinged my interest in Fate and while I know you do not want to give anything away, can you tell me this at least; will we learn more about him and his past in the following two books?

Tallulah Grace: The funny thing about Dylan is that I intended for him to be nothing more than a bit support player in Fate, but his character demanded a larger role. As soon as he came on the scene, he pretty much took over. To answer your question, yes; we learn more about Dylan in both Spellbound and Destiny.

Holly: Can we look forward to more works from you in the future?

Tallulah Grace: Without a doubt; I’m brewing something that features Jeri, one of the other characters in Fate. Jeri is a kick-ass FBI agent with no paranormal abilities of her own. In her first book, she’ll get together with Kelly, a female prosecutor with latent psychic abilities. Your readers can read a bit of backstory about Kelly on my website in mid-December.

Holly: Are you perhaps working on anything right now?

Tallulah Grace: Jeri and Kelly’s story is on hold for the rest of the month; Kelly’s backstory came about as a result of a Christmas-related blog post for another author. Her story is not your typical happy family, warm and fuzzy Christmas story, but readers may find the insight into her past interesting. In December, I’m taking a hiatus on writing and am focusing on connecting other indie authors and readers through

Holly: Is there anything you would like to say to your readers?

Tallulah Grace: I’d like to thank them for their support, and their patience. I’ve received quite a bit of correspondence from readers asking for the next book, but it’s been several months since I’ve published anything new. Hopefully, Jeri and Kelly’s story will be ready by or before March, 2012.

Also, by the time this interview is published, Fate should be free at Amazon, Smashwords, Nook and iTunes. The links are available at

Holly: Are there any new authors that have caught your eye?

Tallulah Grace: I’m always on the hunt for a good book, so yes. I recently read a delightful collaboration between Sandra Hill, Kate Holmes and Trish Jensen titled ‘Twas the Night. I’ve also rediscovered a love for historical romance novels and found Twice a Rake by Catherine Gayle to be a funny, fast read.

An aficionado of anything paranormal, Tallulah Grace pens romantic suspense novels with a paranormal flair. Tallulah was born and raised in a small southern town located in the foothills of the vibrant Blue Ridge Mountains. When she’s not developing characters and weaving stories, Tallulah enjoys reading, bead-weaving and ghost hunting.

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