Wendy Altshuler

Biography

Wendy Altshuler is an award-winning screenwriter who explores myth in new media. With a degree in psychology and a Master of Arts from Columbia University, Altshuler documented the work of international choreographers and wrote and produced regional programming for three years. In 2001 she founded Arborgate Media to create projects that inspire, enrich and entertain through the media of film. Altshuler writes fantasy novels and currently works in the art of stop motion animation. She is represented by a WGA-accredited agent.

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Books

Nadia's Heart Part One
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 34,010. Language: English. Published: July 9, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy
(5.00)
When an amnesiac girl who thinks she has been born without a heart utters a prayer, she is met by a mysterious angelic stranger from her forgotten past. Together they embark on a journey to recover her removed heart, but enter into battle with an Evil Voice on a rampage to remove the hearts of an entire generation of children.

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Smashwords book reviews by Wendy Altshuler

  • The Palaver Tree on Aug. 19, 2012

    Wendy Unsworth has constructed a well woven novel with believable characters and vivid description. Once half way through, I could not put the book down. The prose and dialogue constantly throw light onto character nuance and motivation, and Unsworth has a knack for well illustrated--and sometimes comical uses--of metaphor. When Ellie takes a volunteership at a school in Africa, she knows it will be a new and exciting challenge. But she can never predict the events culminating in the erupting violence of a political coup. (SEMI SPOILER ALERT) I was a little surprised by the dealings of fate at the conclusion and was hoping for a good old-fashioned police investigation, but then, this is in keeping with the trend of modern protagonists who often take justice into their own hands. Aside from a few very minor blips, I would still give this 5 stars.