Speak Out

Speak out even when no one is listening When you can't find an audience Or people talk over you It doesn't matter - you have something to say Speak up when you see something wrong Be a voice for the voiceless Defend the weak You're stronger than you think Speak out when you're frightened Of …

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A-R International: Tricia Drammeh

Wow! It’s such an honor to be featured among the fine list of international authors in Susan Toy’s latest series of author promotions. Thank you, Susan! I urge everyone to please check out Susan’s amazing blog and to visit all the talented authors she has featured. Of course, while you’re there, don’t forget to check out Susan’s books, all of which I have read and would highly recommend.

Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing

Tricia Drammeh
Authors-Readers International


Hello, I’m Tricia Drammeh, author of multicultural fantasy, young adult paranormal, and contemporary fiction. I live in beautiful New Hampshire with my husband, children, and adorable animals. When I’m not writing, I can usually be found with a book in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other.

I can’t remember a time when I didn’t love reading. Books have always been my life. I read a wide variety of genres, which probably explains why the books I write vary so greatly. My favorites include J.K. Rowling, Anne Rice, Maeve Binchy, Joleene Naylor, Maegan Provan, Amy Metz, Jodi Picoult, and many, many more!

In lieu of more personal information, I decided instead to include this recent post from Tricia Drammeh’s blog:

My husband and I took a walk along a local wooded trail on Saturday. A windstorm earlier in the week had stripped most…

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Blank Screens and New Beginnings

I’m supposed to summit a piece for writer’s group on Tuesday but I can’t think of a single thing to write. Poetry? A short story? A brief essay? Do I go through some of my old writing and clean something up? That kind of feels like cheating, since I’ve haven’t written anything in so long. …

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A Walk Along The River

My husband and I took a walk along a local wooded trail on Saturday. A windstorm earlier in the week had stripped most of the fading autumn leaves from the branches, giving us an almost unencumbered view of the river. I love walking alongside the river, particularly the portions where the water seems to rush …

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