Annie On Writing

December 20, 2011

A Matter of Perception

Filed under: Book Review,Guest Post — Annie Evett @ 12:15 am

What a lovely early Christmas present I was sent the other day!  Fellow Author Tahlia Newland has just published a new young adult book of short stories sure to delight any teenager who loves to read.

She forwarded me a copy of her book in ebook format. From the front title to the end page, it was entrancing.  I can only imagine how beautiful it is as a physical book would be to hold.

Below are some details of the publication. Be sure to check her out – I am certain she is one of those rising stars!

Title: A Matter of Perception

Author: Tahlia Newland

Publisher: Catapult Press

Release date: 7th November

ISBN: 978-1-4660-4849-2

Category: Urban fantasy, adult/young adult, ebook.

The blurb

Do you see what I see? Take a bunch of supernatural beings, a battle of magical light, a mysterious hole in the pavement, a dream of a future past and a pair of rose-coloured glasses, mix them with a little romance and a smidgen of philosophy and you might be left wondering if it isn’t all just a matter of perception. 

This entertaining, heart-warming and thought-provoking collection of urban fantasy and magical realism stories includes ‘The Grorgon Slayer’s Choice’ and ‘The Boneyard’, a semi finalist in the Aussiecon 4 Make Ready fantasy/scfi competition of 2010.

Purchase links

Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0061V4H9C

Smashwords – https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/100869

Author links

http://tahlianewland.com

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tahlia-Newland-author/188047104605893

http://twitter.com/#!/TahliaNewland

http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5283573.Tahlia_Newland

http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B0063WTC8U

Author Bio

Tahlia is an avid reader, an extremely casual high school teacher & an occasional mask-maker. She reads and writes urban fantasy for adults & young adults and likes to challenge readers to look more closely at the nature of their world, their mind and their perception. After creating and performing in Visual Theatre shows for 20 years, she is now a bone-fide expatriate of the performing arts. She lives in an Australian rainforest, is married with a teenage daughter and love cats, but she doesn’t have one because they eat native birds.

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