Windfire

Atlanta Hart remembers nothing about her birth mother who died when she was two and has no need for information on a woman she never knew. That is, until she begins to have powers she can’t explain. However, she can find nothing on her mother and loses hope. That is until she meets Roman and he informs her she's a lost witch from a unique bloodline...a bloodline that has killed in the past. More

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Words: 88,960
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301838035
About Tamsin Silver

Tamsin L. Silver is a New York City based author who works in multiple creative platforms. Other than the YA Urban Fantasy Series, WINDFIRE, she is the creator/writer for the online TV Show, Skye of the Damned, produced by VampireFreaks.com and Small Town Pictures. Lastly, she has just announced her entrance into the world of comics, as Tamsin has now partnered with Inbeon Studios to turn her book, *Moon Over Manhattan, into a graphic novel.

While on the writing path, Tamsin graduated from Winthrop University with a BA in Theatre and a Secondary Education, as well as a minor in Creative Writing and Shakespeare. Each year she speaks about writing on panels around New York, Boston, Atlanta, and more. If you’d like to catch Tamsin in person, this year she will be at Con Carolinas (Charlotte, NC), New York Comic Con (NYC), Dragon Con (Atlanta, GA), and possibly Boston Comic Con (Boston, MA). Additional information about her can be found at her blog, http://tamsinsilver.blogspot.com/, while updates and pictures concerning Skye of the Damned can be found at http://facebook.com/SkyeOfTheDamned/.

You can see episodes of Skye of the Damned at www.SkyeOfTheDamned.com/ and you can buy her WINDFIRE novels (in print and e-copy) on her website, www.tamsinsilver.com, as well as through Amazon and Smashwords.com.

*Moon Over Manhattan is the sequel series that follows the end of the WINDFIRE saga.

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