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Monday, June 4, 2018

Guest Author Tamikio L. Reardon

Guest Author Tamikio L. Reardon

Tamikio L. Reardon is the award-winning author, self-publisher, and interviewer. She received an honorable recognition as the best indie author of crime of September 2016, by Crime Masters An Exclusive Group for Indie Authors. Her books are featured at Butman Fish Library in Saginaw Michigan and Farmington Community Library in Farmington Hills, Michigan. She is the author of Cries of the Echo: The Cries That Went unheard Book Series and Unlawful Deception: The Washington Criminals Book Series. She writes fiction of mystery, thriller, crime, and paranormal. In her spare time, she writes short stories, poetry, nonfiction, and health books.  Her others work includes Demons of the Mind.  She is the co-author of Poetic healing for the Soul, writing for Children’s Hospital. She is the co-author of another poetry book Poetry for the Image, writing for homeless veterans. She is the author of a Healthy Living, Healthy Living: Natural Weight Loss Cleansing and Detox, and The Essential Healing of Fruits and Vegetables.  

She is a published author online on Amazon, Goodreads, Barnes and Noble, Lulu, and other bookstore retailers. She has written articles for Reader Gazette. The author has been interviewed by talk show host/ author, Katrina Bills, on the Katrina Bills Radio Talk Show in Atlanta. She has also done a podcast with Brandy Miller. She is an interview for authors, writers, and novelist on new blog Author Spotlight.

Tamikio L. Reardon was born November 11, 1974, in Detroit, Michigan. Tamikio is engaged to be married August 25, 2018, with one 6-year- old son.  Her hobbies are reading, writing, researching, and interacting with authors. Her favorite inspiring authors are Patricia Cornwell, Dean Koontz, Denise Baer, Amy Cross, and Ron Ripley.

She graduated from Henry Ford High School in Detroit, Michigan. In June 1994, she completed a high school diploma in General Studies. Tamikio attended Goodwill Industries in Detroit, Michigan. In mid-June 1994 after graduation, she became a certified Data Entry Specialist. In August 2001, she attended Henry Ford Community College and completed an associate’s degree in Business Management in August 2005.Today, Tamikio attends Southern New Hampshire University majoring in Journalism for her an associate’s degree in Journalism June 2020.  

 “Tamikio L. Reardon Author has been selected as the Indie Author Crime Master for September 2016. Please join me in congratulating Miss Reardon in this honor.” – Mike Pettit. CRIME MASTERS, an exclusive group for Indie Authors,

“Books with Me - Katrina Bills
Best Crime Writer 2016 
Author Tamikio L. Reardon Books With Me -
Awards (author Tamikio L. Reardon) Best Crime Writer 2016” – Radio Atlanta Talk Show Host/Author, Katrina Bills

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  1. Thank you so much for having me as guest on your blog! The interview is simply beautiful!

  2. This is a lovely interview of author Tamikio Reardon. I learned so much about her in it. I will be looking for her work.