Hello and thank you for visiting, please take some time to look around and don’t forget to stop by my website for more information on me, my books, and for fan extras. 

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About me

Born in Kansas, I spent a lot of my childhood moving around. I’ve lived in Kansas, Oklahoma, Washington State (around Seattle), and southern California. I had many great adventures growing up. Along with real life adventures had many imaginary ones as I followed the characters in books. Books will always be treasures to me and many of the characters I have met in my favorites seem like old friends they I like to revisit on occasion.

Right now I reside in Kansas again with my husband of 19 years, my three children, assorted cats and my wonderful dogs Roxie and Abby. 

I’ve been an avid lover of fantasy since I was young child. Dragons, elves, fairies, dwarves, and other denizens of the fantasy world as well as magic have always fascinated me. As I grew up, I developed an interest in vampires, zombies and my interests branched out to take in paranormal and urban fantasy.

I don’t have any special writing credits to my name other than a wildly active imagination and the ability to form that imagination into written stories.

Beyond writing and reading, I also have a deep love of neat trees, stairways, doors, doorways, and gates.

I’m also convinced chocolate is a complete food group. Cocoa comes from beans which means it’s a vegetable. It’s also a source of protein. And when it becomes milk chocolate then you get a serving of dairy as well. Dark chocolate is healthiest for you. Since milk chocolate has less of the good for you stuff in it, then one must eat twice as much in order to equal the healthy goodness of dark chocolate. That is my chocolate logic and I’m sticking to it. 


Bound By Time won Best YA Paranormal Fantasy Romance Novel in the 2014 PRG Reviewer’s Choice Awards, held by the Paranormal Romance Guild

PRG 2014 Winner 


My debut novel, Embers at Galdrilene is a finalist in the Readers Favorite 2013 Book Awards


It was also voted number one by readers in the Turning Pages Book of the Year awards.

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Embers at Galdrilene also won an Indie Book of the Day awards


Royal Certificates

Embers also received a five star review from the Open Book Society


Tears of War, the second book in the Dragon’s Call series won Turning Pages 2013 Fantasy Book of the Year!

2013 Book of the Year

You can also find me on Facebook

24 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Very nice page and great book and books to read on here :)

  2. Very nice page. I love your cover, one of the best I’ve seen. I rescue animals too! Katie is a cutie. Keep writing.

  3. Thank you!

  4. Embers of Galdrilene looks very very interesting!Will it be out at any book stores or just amazon for now! I commend you on finishing your novel as that is often the hardest part!

  5. Thank you! Right now it is just on Amazon. It will hopefully find its way to bookstores in a few months. :)

  6. Your own blog, “A.D.Trosper | writer, mother, ruler of
    the world inside my head” was indeed definitely worth writing
    a comment down here in the comment section! Just wanted to point out u did
    a great job. Thanks for your effort ,Niklas

  7. Hey A.D.! Nice to meet you. Balancing life and writing, or rather, the writing life, is a challenge and it looks like you are rising to it. Well done. Also, thanks for stopping by The Brass Rag. Come back and see us again soon.Meanwhile, happy writing.

  8. Great website, Audra. You have style in your books and other creative endeavors. Best always – Betty Dravis

  9. When will the audiobook for tears of war be released.

  10. Woohoo! I can’t wait for the audio release. The first one was great! You’re such a great writer!

    • You have to wait no more. Tears of War is now available in audio format at Audible. Within the next couple of days, it will also be available through Amazon and iTunes :)

  11. I happened across your gmail page by accident……I was searching for other writers, and well I found your page. I am happy I did, and will have to give your book a read. Anyways, thank you for taking the time to make pages like this…..much appreciated.

    • I’m glad you stumbled across my page. Thank you for leaving a message. I have an actual website coming soon which this blog will be attached to. So there will be more to explore within the next couple of weeks or so. :)

  12. john gordon said:

    Thank you, I am glad as well. I look forward to your new page. Always good to see something new, and get a view from someone else as well. Have a great day!

  13. David Darbonne said:

    Ms Trosper

    I am so thankful for the Gaurdians books. They are everything I want in a fantasy series(and more) and as a father of a 3(2 years old, 11 months old, and a baby due in July) I am even more excited that they can read them as young adults.
    I just finished the second book and it was great. It was sad, but great. I have fallen in love w the characters and I am sure my kids will too.
    The last battle scene was as painful a scene as I’ve read. Great work

    Yours truly

    David Darbonne
    450 W 7th St
    Tulsa, OK 74119

  14. Nicole Shafer said:

    good job aunt A.D

  15. David Phillips said:

    Please let me know when book three is available !!!
    Thanks! Your first toe books were great!!!

  16. Allan Miller said:

    Cant wait for the next book. I just reread the last 2 so im ready to jump into Ashes and Spirits.

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