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Meet the Author

Dasha Wallace is the mother of a highly active boy, who is too cute and too smart for his own good. She is a social butterfly and is nothing like her shy husband, who is one of her greatest supporters. They live in the middle of nowhere Nebraska, with their dog as she struggles to balance family, writing, and the business side of things.


Dasha's way of relaxing are her hobbies. She has a lot of interests besides reading. The main one being martial arts. She has a black belt in Tae Kwando and is working on achieving a black belt in weapons which may have influenced some of her fight scenes in her books. Dasha is a total geek and loves dungeons and dragons, as well as video games (Kingdom Hearts fan all the way). But Dasha's greatest love is for all of her readers and is always eager to chat.

How Dasha became an Author

To be a writer one must read. Before Dasha ever had an interest in writing, she was an avid reader. She read anything fiction. Her love of writing started with a friend in high school who asked Dasha to be part of her writing group. From then on she was hooked. Her dream from then on was to be a published author. She spent the hour before school started writing her first novel (a novel that will never see the light of day). Dasha continued to write but after getting married and having a child, it was difficult to find the time. After 7 long years, Isabella and the Beast was finally published. After that she had the sudden realization that she was an author. That made a change in her, after hearing her readers comment on how they loved the book she could let them down. After all she had plenty more stories.

"I have known Dasha practically my entire life. She has always been imaginative and thorough in her story telling. Her first book, "Isabella and the Beast", was a fantastic addition to our world of literature. Under the guise of a well-known fairy tale, it told the world a story of a woman who could change her country simply by sticking to her morals and showing kindness to others. Her new work entitled "The Fan Society", about to be released in October of 2022, puts her first book to shame. Even as a reader, you can tell the countless hours of research and care she put into creating a believable spy novel that takes place during the political unrest between the Regency and Victorian era. Her characters become more and more relatable and compelling as she proves she can switch gears from a simple fairytale to romantic political intrigue. As an author, her works keep improving and pulling readers into her fantastic worlds, real or imagined. I can't wait to read her next book, and am especially excited to see how her writing improves as she publishes new works. --Cami Neumann

Very fun to read and kept me wanting to see what happened next.

Dasha is an amazing up and coming author. I love reading her books, and watching her characters develop.             -Alisa Gull

It was an exciting book with twist and turns you are not expecting. It really held my attention.

This was entertaining all the way through. Nice read!

I enjoyed this variation of Beauty and the Beast. It's nothing like I expected it would be. Oh, the book-loving Isabella is there and her doting father, the obnoxious man who wants to marry her, and a beast—sort of. But that's where the similarities end. This struck me as more a story of female empowerment than a romantic fairytale. Isabella finds herself in an impossible situation when she is forced to agree to marry the man of her nightmares to save her father. However, before she walks the plank—I mean aisle—Isabella's life takes an unexpected turn, and she competes in a contest. The deck is stacked against Isabella, as this contest measures a lady's social attributes, and Isabella is the only commoner among the group. Seeing how Isabella navigates this nest of vipers makes a very inspiring story. Isabella is kind and selfless to a fault. Even when I felt she would have been justified to knock someone over the head, she always remained true to her nature. Overall, this is a sweet story about how one young woman helped heal a nation through determination, kindness, and selflessness. IMO, this book is appropriate for even young teens. Enjoy  

"I have known Dasha practically my entire life. She has always been imaginative and thorough in her story telling. Her first book, "Isabella and the Beast", was a fantastic addition to our world of literature. Under the guise of a well-known fairy tale, it told the world a story of a woman who could change her country simply by sticking to her morals and showing kindness to others. Her new work entitled "The Fan Society", about to be released in October of 2022, puts her first book to shame. Even as a reader, you can tell the countless hours of research and care she put into creating a believable spy novel that takes place during the political unrest between the Regency and Victorian era. Her characters become more and more relatable and compelling as she proves she can switch gears from a simple fairytale to romantic political intrigue. As an author, her works keep improving and pulling readers into her fantastic worlds, real or imagined. I can't wait to read her next book, and am especially excited to see how her writing improves as she publishes new works. --Cami Neumann

Very fun to read and kept me wanting to see what happened next.

Dasha is an amazing up and coming author. I love reading her books, and watching her characters develop.             -Alisa Gull

It was an exciting book with twist and turns you are not expecting. It really held my attention.

This was entertaining all the way through. Nice read!

I enjoyed this variation of Beauty and the Beast. It's nothing like I expected it would be. Oh, the book-loving Isabella is there and her doting father, the obnoxious man who wants to marry her, and a beast—sort of. But that's where the similarities end. This struck me as more a story of female empowerment than a romantic fairytale. Isabella finds herself in an impossible situation when she is forced to agree to marry the man of her nightmares to save her father. However, before she walks the plank—I mean aisle—Isabella's life takes an unexpected turn, and she competes in a contest. The deck is stacked against Isabella, as this contest measures a lady's social attributes, and Isabella is the only commoner among the group. Seeing how Isabella navigates this nest of vipers makes a very inspiring story. Isabella is kind and selfless to a fault. Even when I felt she would have been justified to knock someone over the head, she always remained true to her nature. Overall, this is a sweet story about how one young woman helped heal a nation through determination, kindness, and selflessness. IMO, this book is appropriate for even young teens. Enjoy  

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Dasha Tryon Wallace

Dasha Tryon Wallace