Looking forward to 2018!

 

My first Murder Mystery Series Coming in Spring 2018

My high school yearbook bears witness to my wish to be an artist and writer, and it’s happening!

My first Murder Mystery Series Coming in Spring 2018 – I’m excited to announce the tentative release dates for my first fictional paranormal murder mystery series with dashes of romance and urban legend published by Short on Time Books: Cali May Mysteries.

Recently widowed and retired Phoenix art teacher, California ‘Cali’ May struggles to start a new life without her beloved husband, and finds herself unraveling local murders with the dubious aid of her newly discovered talent for seeing ghosts. These aren’t just any  phantoms, but the spirits of murder victims and she soon discovers her husband may be among them.

Death Remembers 3/2018

Killing Rose 3/2018

Black Diamond Graves  4/2018 (Tawnee Mountain Mysteries Multi-Author Series)

Magnolia Murders 5/2018

Left Coast Crime, March 22-25, in Reno, NV will be my third LLC conference, and my first with at least three published credits. I’ve met so many nice people, writers and readers alike, at these conferences. Meeting established writers is like coming face to face with my favorite celebrities, and being able to swap writing and publishing stories with aspiring authors makes me feel like anything is possible. Thank you to everyone who has ever shared their own writing and publishing journey. You inspire me!

And to all the readers out there, thank you for giving me a chance. You are the ones who breath life into my characters! I’ll be publishing more information about pre-ordering, and how to receive free e-copies of the first two books.

 

 

 

About Wendy Fallon

By day I am a technical writer, and by night and on weekends I am an artist and creative writer. Living in Phoenix, AZ with my husband Tim, I find the urban wilderness in which we live to be endlessly fascinating. Our home is tucked up against South Mountain, the largest city park in the U.S. The canal slashing across the base of the mountain provides inspiration for paintings, drawings, and sitings of wild coyotes, skittering fluffs of newborn quail, lizards and constant change.
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