Talis Mae Jones is a Mexican-English author of magic and mischief. Graduated Suma Cum Laude with a degree in Theatre she has explored both stage and film, now finding herself drawn towards the literary world as a new venue for storytelling.
Dog mom, Broadway enthusiast, and life-long bibliophile, Talis currently resides in North Carolina.
Questions or Comments?
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many books will be in the Walking Shadows saga?
There will be five books total although while they all take place within the same fictional world they’re all standalone novels. Each book follows a different character’s path. There will also be a few novellas scattered throughout.
How many books will be in the Otherworld series?
I never know if I should call this series a trilogy or not. There will be three books total however the last book will actually be more of a prequel (but it must be read last or else it’ll totally spoil the first two books especially as it includes an epilogue that takes place at the end of Carrion Crow. Think of it as a Star Wars type situation where you start in the middle, go forwards, then jump backwards).
What else do you have planned?
Well first of all my writing schedule is pretty fluid so I can’t tell you for certain their release dates just yet but besides the two main series (Otherworld and Walking Shadows) I have a few standalones planned that include a historical fantasy, a science fiction/space opera, and a paranormal romance, as well as an urban fantasy series. Other than that only time will tell!
Will you be distributing ARCs of your books?
If you are a book reviewer with a blog or channel then please feel free to contact me for an eARC to review! I only have so many to give out but definitely contact me if you’re interested.
What’s the best way to get in contact with you for professional inquiries regarding your books?
Honestly email is the way to go. But feel free to message me on social media because I check those daily as well (although email remains more convenient personally when it comes to professional conversations).