InD’Scribe Author T.M. Cromer

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When I “Fall into the World of Extraordinary” I always want to…

…stay lost in the greatness of the moment. To emerge myself in the words, the music, or the people who bring on the extraordinary.

Name something on your bucket list you HAVE done and something you HAVEN’T done yet.

My bucket list is surprisingly short. At the top of my list was to see Ireland. In 2013, I had the great pleasure to spend ten days in the UK, five in Ireland and five in England. I don’t think I’ve ever been so happy in my entire life. Setting foot on the Emerald Isle was like coming home. The people, the place… pure magic.

One of the things I have yet to accomplish is to see one of my books on the shelf of a well-known bookstore. But the day I walk into that store, the day I see my book on the shelf sandwiched between those of the authors I admire, I believe my bucket list shall be complete.

T.M. Cromer is an author of wildly entertaining contemporary and romantic suspense stories designed to keep you glued to your seat, turning the pages to find out what in the blue blazes is going to happen next.

While originally from New Jersey, T.M. spent most of her growing up years in Flagler Beach and Palm Coast, Florida. More recently, she relocated with her husband to Illinois where she met and fell in love with her fuzzy soulmate, Tinkerbell. T.M.’s hubby has come to understand Tink ranks first in T.M.’s affections, as T.M. ranks in Tink’s. He’s cool with it.

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