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T.M. Williams is the Accidental Writer with this SF Thriller

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We will be talking today with T.M. Williams and find out why she thinks she is the Accidental Writer.

ABOUT THE BOOK:  Bohemian Grove
Carter is living the perfect life in Santa Barbara -- loving father, great friends, and a successful business she has worked hard to build. Yet, it takes one scary night to change everything when a phantom knock on her door ends with the knowledge that her life will never again be the same. She discovers that everything she has known is a lie as the knowledge that she is the descendant of an alien line is thrown at her.

Jack is a haunted man, while the one bright point in his life becomes Carter, a childhood acquaintance. Her very presence heats the depths of his soul and she could be his salvation. Yet, she is the very thing he most fears.

Together they will discover the world of the Anunnaki, an alien race whose history has been tied to Earth since the very dawn of civilization. Thrust together into the unknown, they'll have no choice but to work as a team to wade through what is true and what is lie as Carter determines her place in this unknown society.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

What first started off as a blip on a blog soon took on a life of its own and turned into a novel. One, that T.M. Williams explains, she never really had control over. From the first moment her fingers hit the keyboard, the story formed, sometimes surprising even her with the twists in the story.

After finishing Bohemian Grove she began to look into getting the book published. The quest seemed so daunting that she decided to put it on the back burner and continue writing the trilogy.

Half-way through Sun Gate, Bohemian Grove was signed on by Nightengale Press and has been released in February 2013.

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