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T. Strange

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T. Strange didn't want to learn how to read, but literacy prevailed and she hasn't stopped reading—or writing—since. She's been published since 2013, and she writes M/M romance in multiple genres, including paranormal and BDSM. T.'s other interests include cross stitching, gardening, watching terrible horror movies, playing video games, and finding injured pigeons to rescue. Originally from White Rock, BC, she lives on the Canadian prairies, where she shares her home with her wife, cats, guinea pigs and other creatures of all shapes and sizes. She's very easy to bribe with free food and drinks—especially wine.

She can be found on her blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr; or you can email her: author.t.strange at gmail.com
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T. Strange Right now I'm working on the third book in the Undead Canadian series, My Zombie Wedding.

I'm also in the editing process of a sci-fi novel, and a Wes…more
Right now I'm working on the third book in the Undead Canadian series, My Zombie Wedding.

I'm also in the editing process of a sci-fi novel, and a Western novella.

It's all M/M, but other than that, the genres are all over the place!(less)
T. Strange I'm going to take 'most recent book' to mean My Zombie Boyfriend (which isn't out yet).

My wife and I originally had the idea for a webcomic, but life…more
I'm going to take 'most recent book' to mean My Zombie Boyfriend (which isn't out yet).

My wife and I originally had the idea for a webcomic, but life got in the way of making that happen. We also role played extensively with the characters, so I'd already explored their world in great detail before I ever started writing it as a novel. (less)
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T. Strange Donna wrote: "Hey New GR's friend. I look forward to chatting books and stuff with you :)"

You too! (Somehow I missed this, sorry...)


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Dee Hey New GR's friend. I look forward to chatting books and stuff with you :)


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T. Strange Mandy*reads obsessively* wrote: "We live about 40 minutes from the French border and we are as far from Paris as we are from Munich.
You should definitely try to come back."


*drool* Yes.


Mandy*reads obsessively* We live about 40 minutes from the French border and we are as far from Paris as we are from Munich.
You should definitely try to come back.


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T. Strange I've only been to Washington, and that just barely.

Summers here are too hot for me--Germany was great for me, except for the humidity.

I would love to go to Greece/Italy! (I've only ever been to Germany...we passed close to the French border and I tried to convince everyone that we should detour, but no one went for it).


Mandy*reads obsessively* It's been very mild here so far this year, but I am definitely more a warm weather girl and we just don't have nice long warm summers here, although we went to Greece and Italy last fall and it was awesome.
I've never made it to Canada, the farthest I've made it was upstate NY and the Adirondacks. 3 feet of snow in mid March, brrrrr...


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T. Strange Mandy*reads obsessively* wrote: "Lol, that's so funny, my hubby would give a ( non-necessary) organ to live in Canada and I miss Florida daily, but especially in the winter. Seems the grass is always greener..."

It really is! I love Canada and I'm pretty happy here, but I definitely miss Europe. It might be different now that I'm older or actually lived there. And I was only in Germany in the summer. Winters are cold here, but there really is a difference between wet and dry cold!


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T. Strange Mandy*reads obsessively* wrote: "Hope you have a great 2014 T.



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...somehow I missed this. Thanks, and you too!


Mandy*reads obsessively* Lol, that's so funny, my hubby would give a ( non-necessary) organ to live in Canada and I miss Florida daily, but especially in the winter. Seems the grass is always greener...


Mandy*reads obsessively* Hope you have a great 2014 T.

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T. Strange Dustin wrote: "Howdy thar T. !!!
This here Texas cowboy appreciates the friendship.
Thank ya mighty kindly.

Yer new cowboy friend,
Dustin Adrian Rhodes

Official Author Website"


Right back at you :)


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T. Strange Mandy*reads obsessively* wrote: "Hey T, thanks for the friend request.
Now I'll see you around GR and twitter. :)"


You're welcome :) Look forward to seeing more of you


Mandy*reads obsessively* Hey T, thanks for the friend request.
Now I'll see you around GR and twitter. :)


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T. Strange Kat wrote: "Hey T! Thanks for the friendship :)"

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