Follow Tyrolin Puxty One Foot In Reality - The Other In Fantasy
A Jack, or more accurately, a Tyrolin of all trades.
Tyrolin has been in the Top 25 of the Australian Songwriters Association and Top 5 of the Australian Independent Music Awards, was awarded an Australia Day Award for Music in 2014 and 2017, and for Arts in 2015.
She owns a performing arts school, teaches creative writing and co-hosts a podcast called HooPod, which is part of Felicia Day’s Hooman community.
Despite this, chocolate, cats and copious amounts of TV marathons take up the majority of Tyrolin’s time.
Who or What is A Tyrolin Puxty?
Good question! Here's a brief summary:
In my 25 years, I have been in the Top 10 of the Australian Songwriters Association and Top 5 of the Australian Independent Music Awards, was awarded an Australia Day Award for Music in 2014 and for Arts in 2015, worked as a qualified paralegal, appeared in TV Shows, was hired for product photography, modeled, became a Justice of the Peace, started a performing arts school, worked for Discover Magazine, published a book that became an international #1 bestseller, hugged a koala and had a show ride collapse on my head. Yes. A show ride. I'll tell you the story some time.
I like Pokemon. Like...REALLY like. I'm obsessed with all things nerdy and childish. So much that I wrote "Nintendo Love Song". I'm just that obsessed.
Colt Harper: Esteemed Vampire Cat
He hates it when you pat a cat the wrong way, or when you upload their faux pas to YouTube.
In fact, he’ll probably kill you for it.
As a self-proclaimed master vampire cat, Colt never imagined he’d be sent to community service at a revolting community theater. And for what? Killing humans who don’t buy the expensive brand of cat food? Talk about unfair.
Still, working with a nervous werewolf and a monster addicted to tickling wasn’t on his to-do list.
What’s worse, is he’s falling for a human. Sure, she has green eyes. Sure, she fosters stray cats. But she’s still a disgusting human.
So why is he risking his own life to save her from the chasers?
Ella doesn’t remember what it’s like to be human. After all, she’s lived as a doll for thirty years.
She forgets what it’s like to taste, to breathe…to love.
She helps the professor create other dolls, but they don’t seem to hang around for long. His most recent creation is Lisa, a sly goth. Ella doesn’t like Lisa. How could she, when Lisa keeps trying to destroy her?
Ella likes the professor’s granddaughter though, even if she is dying. Gabby is like Ella’s personal bodyguard. It’s too bad the professor wants to turn Gabby into a doll too, depriving her of an education…depriving her of life.
With time running out and mad dolls on the rampage, Ella questions her very existence as she unearths the secrets buried in her past; secrets that will decide whether Gabby will befall the same fate…
Ella’s decision to return to her doll form has caused more trouble than she ever thought possible.
Gabby’s a moody teen. The professor is gone. And people are going missing at alarming rates; including Gabby’s parents.
Robotic dolls - eerily similar to Ella - are popping up across the globe and nobody seems too concerned about it. Nobody except for Ella and Gabby.
With only the crazed Sianne left to help them, the girls must fight to find the truth behind the epidemic and the robotic dolls.
Only Ella doesn’t think they’re robotic at all…