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EPIC, AEPRA, WRW, RWA
- paranormal romance, Awe-Struck E-Books, Earthling Press
More Than Magick - paranormal romance, Awe-Struck E-Books, Earthling Press
Fantasy author, Sime~Gen Spring 2002 Reviewers' Choice
EPPIE2003 finalist for Magick
fell in love with the world of books long before she could read, and that
love affair continues unabated today. Quilting is a more recent interest.
Professionally, she was a software developer for twenty-five years until
her recent early retirement. Now, she's more busy than ever with her writing
and freelancing for epublishers.
She grew up in Western New York State and spent many years in Rhode Island before moving to Oregon in the mid-80's. She now divides her time between the Portland suburbs and her beachfront condo on the Oregon Coast.
What reviewers are saying about Magick -
Taffs brings a powerful understanding of the metaphysics of magick to
her fascinatingly created MAGICK. Taffs utilizes traditional magickal
elements and paranormal skills, with strong ethical considerations,
as the foundation for her own unique mythology."
"This is one of the best tales of love and Magick that I have read in many a year. I recommend it to any reader of the genre." Marge Robbins for Sime~Gen, 5 stars
"Magick takes you into the world of the occult with such dazzling integrity that even those who don't believe will question their beliefs by the end of this incredible novel." Sharon Hanson for In the Library Reviews
Early reviews for More Than Magick say -
"Highly Enjoyable! Taffs penned a great read and has that paranormal touch many authors strive for but never quite reach." Brenda Ramsbacher for Scribblers
definitely has a talent for creating different worlds. Make sure you
set aside a good amount of time for reading when you pick this one up
because you won't want to put it down. I was drawn into the world of
Magick so effortlessly that it was a shock when I finished the story
and had to come back to the real world" Diane Mason, Sime~Gen,