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TARA COWAN has been writing novels since she was seventeen. She is the author of the Torn Asunder Series, including Southern Rain, Northern Fire, and Charleston Tides. A huge lover of all things history, she loves to travel, watch British dramas, read good fiction, and spend time with her family. An attorney, Tara lives in Tennessee and is busy writing her next novel.

TARA holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science, with minors in English and History, from Tennessee Tech University and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Tennessee College of Law.

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Tara Cowan For snags in telling a story, I usually talk the problem out. In explaining it, you usually hit upon the solution. For full-scale writer's block... I …moreFor snags in telling a story, I usually talk the problem out. In explaining it, you usually hit upon the solution. For full-scale writer's block... I don't know. If you find a solution, tell me! The best thing I've found is to clear your head. This may take months, unfortunately!(less)
Tara Cowan It's tempting to say to a historical setting, but I'm not sure I would want to do without the comforts of the twenty-first century! However, I've alwa…moreIt's tempting to say to a historical setting, but I'm not sure I would want to do without the comforts of the twenty-first century! However, I've always thought Prince Edward Island from the "Anne of Green Gables" books sounded very nice.(less)
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Southern Rain (Torn Asunder...

3.92 avg rating — 13 ratings — published 2019 — 2 editions
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Northern Fire (Torn Asunder...

4.14 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 2020 — 3 editions
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Charleston Tides (Torn Asun...

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 3 ratings — published 2021 — 3 editions
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The Garden of Stone Houses was a fabulous journey into historical New Orleans. The culture, the rich diversity, the Voodoo, the atmosphere - all very New Orleans! It was as if you were really there. The characters were very real and thoughtfully draw ...more
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The Women of Chateau Lafayette by Stephanie Dray
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Northern Fire by Tara Cowan
"I am a tough critic of books, but Cowan manages to convey real emotion, heartfelt love, and wartime tragedies delicately in this book. Northern Fire is so suspenseful I couldn't put it down (and this is coming from someone who needs no excuses to put" Read more of this review »
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"I highly recommend this collection of poems by Rachita Ramya. This is a large collection, and I suggest pausing after each poem to let the imagery sink in. Ramya captures the bustle, sights, sounds, tastes, and diverse rhythms of the city. I grew up " Read more of this review »
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A novel set in 1840's Virginia. More on this later!
I'm also revising the last book of the Torn Asunder Series, Charleston Tides, which will be available in January of 2021.
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I was blown-away by the author’s talent in crafting a world entirely from imagination that still bore resemblance to certain aspects of our world and spoke eloquently to the human condition. Particularly, I loved the main character’s connection to th ...more
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