GE51: Tristan Tarwater Fantasy Author

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Tristan J. Tarwater is kickstarting her debut graphic novel illustrated by Adrian Ricker.  Shamsee: A Fistful of Lunars is set in the world of Valley of Ten Crescents containing Tristan’s novels Thieves at Heart (FREE eBook from Amazon), Self-Made Scoundrel, and Red Moon Rising found at Back That Elf Up.

Jonathan is proud to be a backer of the Kickstarter project.  The Shamsee: A Fistful of Lunars project is fully funded but needs YOU to reach its important stretch goals:

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You can stay up to date with Tristan on Twitter, Facebook, and her blog.  Don’t forget one new page of Shamsee is released every Wednesday at ShamseeComic from now until all 100+ pages are posted.

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