Tamara Rokicki

Where Magic and Reality Collide

The Forest House

The Ashar Prophecies

Published December 2017

Writing is so much more than stories. The magic infused in storytelling touches each and every one of us in different ways. My greatest wish is to bring some magic into your own life, letting reality rest for a little while and immerse you in fantasy and whimsy.

What readers are saying…

Tamara Rokicki's debut young adult novel provides a much-needed fresh take on the vampire genre. She creates haunting images and intriguing characters that will draw you in and keep you guessing as she explores universal themes of family and destiny.

Taryn Noelle Kloeden

Author of The Hex Breaker, The Fenearen Chronicles Book 1

Reading an advanced excerpt of The Ashar Prophecies, I am quickly pulled into the life of Hera Comb as she struggles with what has become her typical day of high school. As a reader, I can empathize with her desire to fit in and be "normal". On the surface, it seems like the classic high school experience of less popular girls. Almost immediately, you realize that there are other factors at play here - Hera's anxiety levels are amplified and then there are her recurring dreams.  At the end of a few chapters, I couldn't wait to find out whether the sixteen-year-old would ever fit in anywhere or with anyone and who it would be with. 

Lynne Brown

Lifestyle Blogger

“Nine years ago was when my anxiety attacks started. It was crazy to think there was any connection between that and my abduction, but nothing about this made any sense.”

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Free, Exclusive Excerpt from The Forest House

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