We’ve combined the questions Alex gets asked the most. Alex tries to answer as many emails as possible, but if she’s writing or on tour you’ll probably get a response from her business manager. Before emailing her, check out the questions below. Click on each of the questions to receive your answer.
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The Maggie O’Dell Series:
2000 A Perfect Evil
2001 Split Second
2002 The Soul Catcher
2003 At The Stroke of Madness
2006 A Necessary Evil
2009 Black Friday
The Ryder Creed Series:
2015 Breaking Creed
2015 Silent Creed
2016 Reckless Creed
And the stand alone novels are:
2004 One False Move
2010 A Breath of Hot Air – with Patricia A. Bremmer)
2012 Slices of Night – with Erica Spindler & J.T. Ellison
2013 Storm Season – with Erica Spindler & J.T. Ellison
2016 Off the Grid – a collection of short stories and one enovella featuring Maggie O’Dell
There is not an earlier novel featuring Albert Stucky. He was written to give a point of reference to some of Maggie’s inner conflicts. He is featured in Split Second.
Strangely – I believe that truth is stranger than fiction. If it’s in one of my books – it happened somewhere at one time. I can’t make some of the strange things up.
If you just wrote to tell me that you love my books, thank you!! I might not have written back to you but please know that I read and appreciate very much hearing that from all of my readers. If you wrote to tell me that you don’t like something I did in one of my books, I may not have written you back depending on how upset you sounded in your e-mail. I respect your right to feel what you feel, and I’m not going to try to talk you out of your feelings.
If you didn’t get a reply to your e-mail, you may also have asked something that I covered in one of these Frequently Asked Questions. I really wish more people would read these questions and answers before sending e-mail. I love to hear from my readers, but the more time I spend on e-mail, the less time I have to write books!