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Spirit Seeker Author Jamie Haden Visits (With Giveaway)

Spirit Seeker By Jamie Haden
ISBN: 9781617060748
Price: $14.99
Genre: Fantasy
Age: Young Adult
Available at: www.pillhillpress.com & most other online retailers!

Book Description:
Life is strange and difficult for the granddaughter of a shaman.
Sixteen-year-old Talisa Santiago was born in the desert underneath the full moon in January—the wolf moon. However, she left the desert with her mother when she was a young girl. She remembers bits and pieces of her past but it isn’t until she and her mom move to a remote barrier island off the coast of North Carolina that she feels fate has finally called—secretive and mysterious he stands alone on the edge of the bank. Her friends tell her to stay away; she hears rumors that he is dangerous. Still, she can’t resist Whether Talisa realizes it or not, she knows a thing or two about boys like Jag Chavez. Fate is funny that way.
For the first time in her life, Talisa meets kids just like her—Native Americans who know the way of the spirit. The closer she gets to Jag, the more she realizes he is hiding a dark secret. He may have the markings of the Thunderbird, but he is named for the powerful Jaguar. Together they embark on a journey that will haunt her forever.
Book trailer links:
http://youtu.be/XFl1xzhOUjY
http://youtu.be/KV6O1JZESQQ

SPIRIT SEEKER A NOVEL by Jamie Haden
Spend the morning with Miguel Locklear and Dakota Revels. Characters from Spirit Seeker and musicians in Silence Island’s favorite reggae band The Dread Heads. Music follows the boys wherever they go. They have laid back attitudes and a divine understanding of movements of all kinds. Bob Marley himself would be pleased that his two faithful followers can shape-shift in and out of form while still humming The Redemption Song.
Visit them and listen to what inspires their music:
http://www.youtube.com/user/DreadHeadsSpiritSeek
Location: Silence and Cave Island, NC
Meet Miguel Locklear
Miguel Locklear, junior St. Elmo High School, Silence Island, NC
Favorite quote: “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” –Bob Marley
Bio: Miguel Locklear was born in Negril Jamaica. His mother is a Jamaican goddess. His father is a Lumbee Indian and master totem carver. His parents own Silence Island’s only grocery/diner. Miguel is stunning. Hot. His beautiful baby blue eyes are captivating. He has dark black skin and a head full of knotty coiled dread locks. He spends most of his time helping his parents at the diner or hanging out with friends. Miguel is the most popular kid at St. Elmo and started the island’s favorite reggae band The Dread Heads. Miguel is the lead singer and plays guitar. He has done an incredible job at keeping his identity at bay. No one knows what he truly is capable of doing—no one that is except for his blood brothers. And blood sister, Talisa Santiago.
Meet Dakota Revels.
Dakota Revels, sophomore St. Elmo High School, Silence, NC
Favorite quote: “When the Earth is sick, the animals will begin to disappear, when that happens, The Warriors of the Rainbow will come to save them." ~Chief Seattle
Bio: Dakota Revels is a Native American Indian born on Cave Island, a paradise hideaway just across the Atlantic from Silence. His mother is the islands only midwife, and his dad is a master totem carver, known worldwide for his very special skills. Dakota plays bongos in The Dread Heads and spends most of his free time helping his father around his shop making hand-carved bow and arrows. With razor sharp instincts, Dakota knows everything there is to know about spirits. Everything. And then some. Dakota physique is flawless. He is gorgeous with long black hair and deep dark eyes. His chest is tattooed by lines that weave together to symbolize he is filled with the spirit. Simply put, the markings are an artistic wonder in green and black ink. Dakota has a wild animal magnetism that drives all the girls wild. However, he only has eyes for one girl, his best friend girlfriend Talisa Santiago.
Talisa Santiago is The Spirit Seeker.
Spirit Seeker by Jamie Haden
Life is strange and difficult for the granddaughter of a shaman.
Sixteen-year-old Talisa Santiago was born in the desert underneath the full moon in January—the wolf moon. However, she left the desert with her mother when she was a young girl. She remembers bits and pieces of her past but it isn’t until she and her mom move to a remote barrier island off the coast of North Carolina that she feels fate has finally called—secretive and mysterious he stands alone on the edge of the bank. Her friends tell her to stay away; she hears rumors that he is dangerous. Still, she can’t resist. Whether Talisa realizes it or not, she knows a thing or two about boys like Jag Chavez. Fate is funny that way.
For the first time in her life, Talisa meets kids just like her—Native Americans who know the way of the spirit. The closer she gets to Jag, the more she realizes he is hiding a dark secret. He may have the markings of the Thunderbird, but he is named for the powerful Jaguar. Together they embark on a journey that will haunt her forever.
Spirit Seeker is now available in Print at Pill Hill Press and most online retailers.
Also available on Kindle.
Visit Jamie: www.jamiehaden.com
About Jamie Haden: Jamie is a Cherokee Indian and lives by the seashore in Wilmington, NC with her husband and three daughters. Jamie has a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy and taught special education at the middle school level in Kentucky and North Carolina. Jamie is currently working on Illuminate-Alive, she cried, the sequel to Spirit Seeker.

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Comments

  1. Great giveaway, thanks for the chance to enter!!

    Valerie Long
    just.val.1974@gmail.com

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  2. Thank you for having me this morning! I had a wonderful time visitng your blog and look forward to reading more. Jamie

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  3. I would love to win a copy, thank you so much for the chance! Been on my to-reads list for a long time :)

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