There is one author who is dear to me. One that has virtually put everything on hold to get her stories told. I have known this person for over thirteen years and counting. She has asked for my feedback and consultation on her ideas, creative thinking, proofreading, image consulting, research, creative design and layout, website and blog development, and a compassion to see her succeed.
The author that I’m referring to is none other than the award-winning Tanja Kobasic. She is the creator of the Golden Key: A transitional children’s book, linked with one of Canada’s largest confectionary companies. When Tanja isn’t writing, she runs her paralegal firm and is a proud and licensed member of The Law Society of Upper Canada.
She has written a plethora of books, short stories, poetry, books to movie reviews and has astounding vocal presents regarding acting out imaginary characters (which is sometimes extremely comical), a singing voice, and a stage presence. Tanja is also passionate about her pets and is also a pet advocate who will voice her concerns when something is an array.
The following is a list of books and short stories she has written and are available for sale in paperback or eBook formats on Amazon.
“Undeniably unique and entertaining dark fantasy . . . Excellently developed characters, brisk pacing, an intensely spiritual undertone, and a highly original.”
-Red City Review
-Pacific Book Reviews
★★★★★ “. . . A remarkable and compelling story that is also very much a psychological thriller.Kobasic smoothly and skillfully wraps her readers in her storyline. Her characters are real and finely drawn.” Readers’ Favorite – Jack Magnus
★★★★★ “. . . A flawlessly written story…The novel is filled with drama, intrigue and romance and a perfectly balanced combination of beautiful magic and dark magic.” -Readers’ Favorite – Faridah Nassozi
Five Star ★★★★★ “The story of good and evil is an old one, but it has been presented in a new and creative way.”Readers’ Favorite – Kathryn Bennet
Five Star ★★★★★ “A riveting novel that focuses heavily on the themes of good vs. evil . . . With a strong cast of supporting characters, the only thing upsetting about this book is that it ended too soon.”- Red City Review