Raleigh, NC, April 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- T. Lyn Fletcher, an emerging author in Raleigh, NC, has announced her upcoming book series Twisted and Turned, which, she says, will take fans of supernatural and occult literature on a journey unlike any they’ve experienced before.
Fletcher is a member of the well-known, philanthropic Fletcher family of Raleigh, and her book series revolves around two equally powerful families: the Fletchers and the Gillespie’s. The Fletcher’s spend their winters in Raleigh, North Carolina, their summers in Chatham, Massachusetts, and “reek of supernatural issues,” the author says, including witches, the Angel of Death, demon hunters, and the ability to communicate with the dead. The Gillespie’s count vampires and witches’ covens among their relatives. Demons, werewolves and sorcerers also populate the series.
Twisted and Turned is “a true love story of supernatural proportions,” Fletcher says. She begins her story with an archangel in heaven who falls so deeply in love with a human soul that she arranges to be born on earth in the same place where this soul will be born. The soul actually becomes twins – stunningly handsome twin vampires.
Yet the archangel is destined to find and fall in love with one of the twins – even though her natural instinct is to destroy demons. She even bears children from this unlikely union. And the books unfold as a never-ending conflict between good and evil, angels and demons, and passion and control – with an emphasis on passion.
Fletcher, a medical software designer and the mother of two boys, says she never knows what she’s going to write until she sits down to do so. “And when it starts hitting my head, I have to start writing. It’s a true blessing. Fate has finally found me,” she says.
Her editor, Jill Yris of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, says the series’ plot “defies logic. Truth mingles with heart-pounding, mystical, I-can’t-believe-it action. Romance, witchery, relationships and drama – there is nothing subtle in the Twisted and Turned trilogy.”
Fletcher also admits that much of the series is autobiographical, especially the characters. “While the names are changed to protect the innocent,” Fletcher says with a smile, “my characters are multi-faceted, contemporary, edgy, and based on many people within my own family.”
Fletcher plans to launch her website, www.tlynfletcher.com, soon. In the meantime, she maintains a Facebook page (under T. Lyn Fletcher) and Twitter account to support the upcoming series.
For more information, contact Fletcher’s publicist, Kim Weiss of Blueplate PR, at email@example.com or 919-272-8615.
About T. Lyn Fletcher: T. Lyn Fletcher is a medical software designer and the author of the upcoming book series Twisted and Turned. A native North Carolinian, she is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and is active in a number of charitable efforts related to the environment and animal welfare. She has also worked with the Washington Charity Awards and participates with Change.org.