Recently Published Books.



Addyson Marten must travel a magical labyrinth to its center in order to reach her friend Connor and free him from the witch of the Median Realms. Both Connor and Addy must learn to use their own magical abilities to fight the growing evil in the Human and Fairy worlds. Wintergarden is the sequel to […]

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Under a Fairy Moon

A young girl is lost in her neighbor’s magical garden. Winner of the 2012 Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award (Fantasy) and the 2012 Canadian Christian Writing Award for Young Adult fiction.

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Latest Blog Posts.

Welcome to Magusville, city-under-the-mountain and jewel of Wizardom. My own journey through Magusville has been at once perilous and fascinating. I have wrestled with witches, explored enchanted castles and argued with testy dragon-familiars. I have even seen the Kuldron mountains riding dragon-back! I hope your journey is equally frightening and amazing.

If you get a chance, visit the tea-room for a cup of fairy-tea or strong wizard’s brew. Its better than any coffee I’ve tasted (and believe me, with all my travels I am becoming something of a connoisseur!) Also, if magic books tantalize you, don’t forget to stop by the Wizerly Book Shoppe in our neighboring small-town Wizenbury.

Coming Soon!

Watch for the first Maddie Malone Mystery, “A Twist of Oleander,” coming soon!!! Thanks for a great Kindle Scout campaign, with 9,700 page views and over 300 hours in Hot and Trending!

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Dragons in the Treehouse

We have new dragons in the Treehouse. It’s very unsettling. My wizlet daughters found three dragon eggs in June and in mid-November they gave us little annoying (but admittedly cute) hatchlings with tiny claws and sharp fangs. The eldest hatchling, Midna, is crimson in colour and has a fiery little personality to match. The middle […]

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Intimations of Royalty

Today it is my great privilege to have breakfast with a fairy princess. It is not as daunting as you might think. Yes, she is startlingly beautiful, with manners and graces that only her race can achieve, but a more natural unaffected creature you could never hope to meet. She’s only three and happens to […]

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About the Author

T. M. Wallace is an author and wizard extraordinaire who has traveled extensively over human and magical realms. She blogs about her experiences and about life as a wizard in Magusville. Ms. Wallace lives in a very large, very old house called the Treehouse (which has a personality of its own) with her three wizlet daughters, her husband Joe (a capable wizard himself who can turn into a cat) and recently, three dragon hatchlings. You can all read about T. M. Wallace's adventures in her Magusville blog. You will be able to read more about Magusville in her upcoming book, The Spindler's Web.