Alison Naomi Holt

“Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” ― Anton Chekhov
About Alison:

Passion is a funny thing.  I inherited my greatest passion, the love of animals, from my grandmother, Naomi Holt She was an incredibly strong woman who was the first female in her county to actually wear… heaven forbidpants in public! She also understood animals better than anyone I’ve ever met, and she passed that love and devotion on to me. Like her, there has never been a time in my life where I didn’t have some type of pet close by. Read Full Bio

News:

Alison is currently working on two books, Credo’s Bones and Mage of Merigor. Once these two are out, she intends to begin work on the third book in the Seven Realms of Ar’rothi. Stay tuned.

Greetings

I recently had some fun with Natasja Hallenthal, a published author and book cover designer at Beyond Book Covers. Together we came up with a new cover for one of my favorite books, The Spirit Child. Natasja is super talented and wonderful to work with. Thank you, Natasja!

Next, I’d liket to introduce you to Nathaniel Gauthier, a young mage who begins life a little awkwardly, but is destined for great things. He makes his debut in the soon to be released novel, Mage of Merigor.

In addition to that, I’m still working on the fourth book in the Alex Wolfe Mystery Series, Credo’s Bones. In April, I’m going in for hip surgery, and hope to have a lot of time to follow Alex and her buddies around and report on the trouble they always seem to get into. I’ll keep you posted.

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The Spotlight Effect

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Writing for an Audience of One

If we are lucky, there comes a time in a writer’s life when we realize that, although we love our readers, we can no longer write simply to try to please them. Writing for other people can be a strangling experience, one where the hidden demons of self doubt creep...

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Coming Out Of Hibernation

  One truism I’ve found as a writer is it’s easier to let life get in the way of writing than to let writing get in the way of life. I’ve decided to turn that trend around and get back to the business of writing. Five years ago, I was easily writing up to 3000...

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