Life is what happens to you while youre busy making other plans. John Lennon

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Tamara Geraeds
Tamara Geraeds
  • Country: Nederland
  • Books: 2
  • Profession: Author, teacher, editor
  • Born: 12 February
  • Member Since: Aug 2017
  • Profile Views: 780
  • Followers: 11
  • Writing:

    Supernatural Suspense Fantasy Teen & Young Adult
BIOGRAPHY

Tamara Geraeds has always loved writing. She wrote her first poem when she was six and started working on her first book at the age of fifteen.
According to Tamara, life is too short to get bored. That's why her stories are always fast-paced, and there are surprises around every corner.
Fantasy is Tamara's favorite genre. She's still trying to find her own magical powers. So far she has dicovered the power of writing and hugging.
Since Tamara likes a good challenge, don't be surprised if she announces a brand new horror or romantic series next.

Curious? Stay updated through:
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The First Demon (Cards of Death Book 1)

Publish Date: Jan 30, 2019

Genre: Supernatural Suspense, Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult

avg rating4.4 - 3 reviews on Amazon

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The First Demon (Cards of Death Book 1)

The First Demon (Cards of Death Book 1)

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Publication Date: Jan 30, 2019

Supernatural Suspense, Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult

4.4 (3 ratings)

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The Second Premonition: (Cards of Death book 2)

The Second Premonition: (Cards of Death book 2)

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Publication Date: Jun 08, 2019

Supernatural Suspense, Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult

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    • sameehan 21 daysAuthor
    • Thank you for voting for the 'Millennial Girl' cover. I appreciate it Tamara.
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    • allauthor 3 monthsAllauthor
    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • tamarageraeds 3 months Post AdminAuthor
      • I think every writer experiences this once in a while. When it happens you can either take a break, or change scenery. Sometimes just moving to another spot in the house can help, sometimes you'll have to move farther, for instance to a cafe or library.
        Something else you can try, is to skip the part of the book you're writing, and write another part first.
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