Biography

Tracy L. Carbone lives in Southern California, after spending most of her life in cozy New England towns. She writes stories, novels, and the occasional screenplay. Her recent focus is on visual art, drawing, mosaics, and learning to play her mountain dulcimer.

Her horror and literary short stories have appeared in several anthologies and magazines in the U.S. and Canada.

She is former Co-chair of the New England Horror Writers and edited their Bram Stoker Award nominated anthology, Epitaphs, a creepy collection of horror stories and poems by the group’s authors including a handful of NY Times bestsellers. She also co-edited the Cemetery Riots anthology, which included several legendary writers.

To date, she has written six horror and mystery novels including a medical thriller, The Proteus Cure, co-written with F. Paul Wilson. She has also published a volume of dark short stories entitled: The Collection and Other Dark Tales and a book of Just Stories, a mixture of horror, fantasy, literary and well, just stories. Her most recent published book is a collection of the  first 100 entries of her real life love story on which her blog Rebounddogs.com is based. The book Finding Zen in Rebound Dogs is available on Amazon and other online retailers. See the Published Works tab for a complete bibliography.

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Check out her love and life Blog, written under the alias Carly G. Rebound Dogs and My New Life. A cynical 40 something single mom guides readers from bitterness to belief as she finds love. Update, Carly is 51 now. Where did the time go?

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