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S&H Publishing
High Quality Fiction for the Contemporary Woman
Intelligent, curious, imaginative, and willing to learn and explore. Not defined by genre or age, she is practical one moment, dreaming the next, searching for answers on one hand and moving forward with confidence on the other.
S&H Publishing
High Quality Fiction for the Contemporary Woman
Intelligent, curious, imaginative, and willing to learn and explore. Not defined by genre or age, she is practical one moment, dreaming the next, searching for answers on one hand and moving forward with confidence on the other.
A-Matter-of-Perception

A Matter of Perception

Tahlia Newland

Fantasy Paranormal

Take a journey into a world where the hidden becomes manifest and the lines between fantasy and reality blur. This collection of imaginative and entertaining stories about ghosts, sirens, demons, a striptease artist and ordinary people will warm your heart and make you smile, shiver, and maybe even wonder about the nature of reality itself. The theme of individual perception as a result of our assumptions, beliefs and emotional experience bind these otherwise diverse stories into a unified whole.

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Tahlia
Tahlia Newland (Author)

Tahlia Newland, author of the multi-award-winning Diamond Peak Series, writes heart-warming and inspiring magical realism and contemporary fantasy. When not reading, writing, reviewing, or mentoring authors, you may find her being an extremely casual high school teacher, making decorative masks or sitting on her veranda staring at the rain forest.

Before writing full time, Tahlia had over 20 years’ experience in scripting and performing in Visual Theatre and Theatre in Education. She lives in Australia with a husband, a teenage daughter, and a cheeky Burmese cat called George.

A champion of quality in the new age of accessible publishing, Tahlia's books have all earned the seal of excellence from Awesome Indies

Learn more about Tahlia Newland.

Published  
June 20, 2014
126 pages
5.5 x 8.5 inches