Tania Penn

Hollywood, CA, The United States



fireball whiskey, malbec and music

Author of debut young adult novel, The Morning Star, and an MA novel, Catching Frogs. And, because I'm loco in the roco, I've got about 28 more on the back burner. When I'm not writing I can be found kayaking, hiking, ninja-training, traveling, and taking a ferry over to the San Juan Islands to search for the elusive creature known as the "Orca." I also am constantly adding ridiculous wants, needs, must-see's and do's to my ever expanding bucket book.

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Cover Reveal!

I completely forgot, today is my cover reveal for Catching Frogs, check it out:


Thank you to Kellie from My Fictional Boyfriend and Book Whore page!!!
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Published on May 13, 2013 13:59 Tags: catching-frogs, cover-reveal, ma-story
Average rating: 3.84 · 49 ratings · 26 reviews · 4 distinct works
The Morning Star

3.88 avg rating — 42 ratings — published 2013 — 2 editions
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Catching Frogs

3.57 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 2014 — 2 editions
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Equinox (The Morning Star, #2)

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“Do you think that sometimes, there are those that are meant to be together?" he asked, not breaking his gaze.
I thought for a moment. "I don't know, maybe." I shrugged.
"What if, there are two parts that were once a whole. Not here on earth, but," he looked skyward, then at me again with those searing golden eyes. A slight, nervous smile crept up my right cheek. He continued, "And those two parts weren't what made them whole, but the parts of them did."
"You've lost me now," I said, as I loosened my grip on his embrace, shaking my head.
"I'm talking about soul mates. Split aparts. It's a theory of Plato's. Except, what if the split aparts were never one, but each split apart was a part of one that was once whole?”
Tania Penn, The Morning Star

“You don't know me. I'm not good enough for you. I'm not what you think."
He chuckled. "Isn't that usually what the guy tells the girl?"
"I guess," I said, sucking in my cheeks and clicking my heels together. "But in this case, it's true.”
Tania Penn, The Morning Star

“I tried to smile, but gravity kept tugging at the corners of my mouth.”
Tania Penn, The Morning Star

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