About

About the Company:

Purple Thorn Press and Photography is a small press and photography studio dedicated to sharing quality stories and art with its audience. Purple Thorn Press prides itself on friendly customer service and passionate dedication to the crafts of writing and photography.

About the Owner:

Alycia Christine Sears (a.k.a. Alycia C. Cooke)

Alycia Christine

Alycia Christine grew up near the dusty cotton fields of Lubbock, Texas. She fell in love with fantasy and science fiction stories when her father first read Gordon R. Dickson’s The Dragon and The George and Robert A. Heinlein’s Have Spacesuit—Will Travel to her at age ten. Her love-affair with fiction deepened when Alycia took a creative writing course while attending Texas A&M University. After that class, she was hooked as a writer for life. Her subsequent B.S. degree in agricultural journalism not only helped to hone Alycia’s skills with a pen, but also with a camera. Today she uses her skills as a photographer to capture the beauty of the world around her and add additional perspective to her fiction and nonfiction writing. Don’t miss her upcoming books Skinshifter, The Dryad’s Sacrifice, and Thorn and Thistle due out on September 25, 2015 and December 24, 2015. Please check her blog for all of the upcoming news about her in-progress writing and photography projects. Thanks for visiting her site!

Have questions? Email Alycia HERE!

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Write to Alycia at:

Purple Thorn Press
P.O. Box 494543
Garland, Texas 75049-4543

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