The official website for author Tara Rack-Amber
From planning the trip and arranging for stress-free travel, to scheduling tear-free days in the parks, Mousekatots is full of practical advice.
No matter how many breaths she took, Munch couldn’t change the fact a woman had just disappeared into thin air right before her eyes, and this was the second time she had lost someone to the water.
Oliver had to use every fiber of his being to prevent himself from launching the professor up against the wall. Here was a man that he had idolized, and even considered a friend. Now, he was telling him it was alright, no expected of him, to treat these people like slaves and livestock so they could harvest their magic.
Tara Rack-Amber has had a lifelong love of writing.
At the age of seven, she started writing her own stories in a journal she kept. She took this love and pursued a degree in Communications with emphasis in professional writing, electronic media, and sports broadcasting/sports information from Waynesburg University.
Professionally, she has
worked as a radio broadcaster, professional photographer, and journalist. Most recently from September through June she works as an elementary substitute teacher.
When she isn't writing, Tara likes to spend time with her husband, daughter, and three cats. She loves to travel to warm locations and loves to cruise with a pina colada in hand.
Her dream is to become the next J.B. Fletcher, but with less murder and more awesome sweaters.