About the Author:

Tamikio L. Reardon was born November 11, 1974, in Detroit, Michigan. Tamikio is engaged to be married August 25, 2018, with one 6-year- old son. Her hobbies are reading, writing, researching, and interacting with authors. Her favorite inspiring authors are Apryl Baker, Brian Keene, Denise Baer, Amy Cross, and Ron Ripley.

She graduated from Henry Ford High School in Detroit, Michigan. In June 1994, she completed a high school diploma in General Studies .Tamikio attended Goodwill Industries in Detroit, Michigan. In mid-June 1994 after graduation, she became a certified Data Entry Specialist. In August 2001, she attended Henry Ford Community College and completed an associate’s degree in Business Management in August 2005.

“Tamikio L. Reardon Author has been selected as the Indie Author Crime Master for September 2016.Please join me in congratulating Miss Reardon in this honor.”

Mike Pettit. CRIME MASTERS, An exclusive group for Indie Authors

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Can you tell us more about your book What is it about?

I’m the award-winning author and self-publisher of “The New Jersey Stalkers Book Series: Serpents of Nightmares. I just released book 2. The book is about crime, mystery, and murder. The killings spread to another part of New Jersey, and a new series of murders continues in The Atlantic City. The book second series has more gruesome murders, and shocking twists at the end! I’m currently revising book series one and working on book series three. The entire book series will be completed May 29, 2017, on Amazon and Lulu. The book available on Goodreads, Barnes and Noble, and other bookstore retailers.

Who do you think would be interested in this book, is it directed at any particular market?

The readers who will be interested in this book is readers who love to read crime, mystery, suspense, and murders.

Out of all the books in the world, and all the authors to choose from, which book and author would you suggest to be your favourite and why?

I love this question! My favorite authors are Ron Ripley, Apryl Baker, Denise Baer, Brian Keene, and my most favorite of all, Amy Cross. I’m a fan of reading ghost stories fiction and nonfiction. I have over stocked my Kindle with 20 books from Amy Cross. Plus I’m working on my first fiction historical ghost book series “The Dark Writer.” Amy Cross is a good example of historical fiction ghost stories. I’m learning a lot by reading her books and enjoying the reading entertainment as well!

What guidance would you offer to someone new to the writing work, or who was trying to enhance their craft or business?

The advice I would give to new authors, writers, and novelists; take criticism as a compliment. Don’t look it as a downfall and a reason to give up! Connect with other authors, writers, and novelists who are writing the same genre. Listen to advice, suggestions, and views about crafting your books. And most importantly, read the authors books that is based on the same stories you’re writing. Research and read up on other stories that fit your ideas. Take notes, find key points, and map out the ideas in other authors books that will help you to receive recognition. No matter what you do never give up because of someone else’s criticism, after all, it’s just their opinion of your work and not a fact.

Where can our readers find out more about you, do you have a website, or a way to be contacted?

Readers can find out more about me, my works, and books by visiting my website at Http://tamikioreardon.wixsite.com/authortamikiobooks.

You may visit my social media page at https://www.facebook.com/authortamikiolreardonthenewjerseystalkersbookserie/.

Check out Tamikio’s books on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2oDxGYm