Curse of the Tahieraby Sean North Business
A Tzanatzi outcast and an Einache shaman are on the trail of an ancient curse.Will they save their people from destruction? Recommended Features
- Author Wendy Gillissen
- ISBN 978-1-60145-839-1
- Readers Favourite Award, Readers Favorite Silver Award Winner 2009
- Readers Choice Award, Readers Views 2010
Review on Curse of the TahieraWendy Gillissen (Delft, The Netherlands, 1969) has always been fascinated by dreams and the
After graduating in Clinical Psychology in 1999, she specialized in dream work and past life therapy.
She has taught dream work at various locations since 1999. Since 2002 Wendy works as a licensed
past life therapist.
The urge to write and her love for the world of castles, elves and ghosts stem from the time she was
five years old and her parents first took her to the ancient hills of England, Scotland and Wales.
After an inspiring visit to the Greek island of Cephalonia in 2005, Wendy began writing
Curse of the Tahiera.
Initially, Curse of the Tahiera started life as a short story
but when Yldich walked into the tale of his own accord, it
became clear Wendy had something else on her hands
Although a little overwhelming, the process of writing
proved amazingly inspiring and as she was completing the
first book, ideas for a sequel already came flooding in.
Creative inspiration also sparked in other areas and since
2006 Wendy creates handmade jewellery inspired by
ancient symbols and cultures.
Currently Wendy is working on the sequel, The Search
In her spare time she plays the Celtic harp.
Wendy is also a friend,a customer and supplies our shop Puddytigger with her Inspired By Legends Wirework Jewellery Range Available online at; www.puddytigger.co.uk
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I need to practice some more, but I wanted to upload a video for liberation day!:-) Thank you Choomanfoo for the sheet music!
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