Angela author picAngela Wallace has been penning adventures ever since she was sucked through a magical portal as a child.  What she saw and whom she met gave birth to exciting and complex fantasy worlds where defying the laws of physics was a bonus.  She has since come back down to earth, only to discover this mortal realm has magic of its own.  Now she is also quite at home in the world of urban fantasy, though believes that love, faith, and hope are of a stronger magic than fire wielding and sorcery.  She loves gun-toting good boys, and could have been a cop in another life except real blood makes her queasy.  She’ll have to stick to solving supernatural mysteries.  Language is her pleasure, whether it’s weaving words on a page or lassoing linguistics into translations as a sign language interpreter.  Angela is currently working on her next book.

Winner of the 2013 Best Indie Book Award in Fantasy

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13 comments on “About

  1. Violeta says:

    Hi Angela. I love your blog and your style! In fact, I love it so much I wanted to tweet about it and mention you in the tweet but I realized that I don’t know if you have a Twitter account. Do let me know as I’d like to follow you there as well as your blog here. 🙂

  2. Thanks so much! Twitter name would be good to have somewhere. I’ll have to fiddle with a follow button or something. It’s AngelaRWallace

    I’ve seen your picture on MyWANA! Mine’s not the same because Twitter wouldn’t take it, so I had to scrounge around for something else, a piece of art. See you on there! 🙂

  3. Susan A. says:

    Angela, I wanted to let you know I started reading your book this morning. It is so good! I seriously needed some good romance since the last few books haven’t centered on that as much. How you haven’t gotten picked up by a publisher is beyond me because your story is better than some of the big pub novels I have read. As soon as I am done, I will be posting a review!

    • Thanks Susan! I hope to one day be able to say to aspiring authors, “see my best-selling book Phoenix Feather? It got twenty rejections. So don’t give up!”

      • Susan A. says:

        I have been running around telling everyone to go read your book so hopefully you will get some more reviews soon! I certainly agree that you shouldn’t give up. My last blog about researching for books actually had you in mind because I was really impressed with all the little facts you put in your novel. If you have time, you might stop by that one and enlighten me 🙂

  4. Jennifer Fernandez says:

    Angela!!! I Found you..at least I think. The pictures, the language and everything points to you. I have been trying to find you on biola email, but now that is all weird and on google not bubbs. Any way, it is Jennifer Fernandez and I miss you and would love to catch up! Please email me back so we can catch up…2 and a half years is too long!

  5. berrys101 says:

    hey mam, your write awesome..
    well I was surfing and was reading some stuffs, all of a sudden got your books names here…..now gotta be in touch with this site…
    thanks for this mam,

  6. Yours is the best looking blog I’ve ever seen. Very charming.

  7. Donald Miller says:

    Now that you haven’t been doing much regular type of posts, I haven’t had much chance to really comment on anything. But I thought I’d say “hey.”

  8. Sarah (Turley) Hogan says:

    Hey roomie! It’s been awhile! I’ve been searching for a way to get in touch with you and I should’ve thought that you would be some accomplished writer by now, how silly of me! 🙂 Im so proud of you and all your novels! I want to hear all about them! Are you on Facebook? Or just email me so we can catch up!

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