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Tabitha R. Pike replied to Tabitha R. Pike's discussion 'A Fight' in the group Poetry
"So glad you stopped by to read this one. Glad you liked it. "
Jan 23, 2012
Tabitha R. Pike replied to Tabitha R. Pike's discussion 'A Fight' in the group Poetry
"Thanks kellie I am glad you liked it. "
Jan 23, 2012
Kellie Mc Carthy replied to Tabitha R. Pike's discussion 'A Fight' in the group Poetry
"Its amazing what the heart puts out!  Wonderful poem. kel"
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Kellie Mc Carthy replied to Tabitha R. Pike's discussion '"Individual"' in the group Poetry
"I like your poem, how it intertwines with human involvement, and the disgraces(health problems) that the human(s) may come in contact with. kel"
Jan 23, 2012
Birgitta Abimbola Heikka replied to Tabitha R. Pike's discussion '"Individual"' in the group Poetry
"Another good poem though a little difficult for me to understand. Line 8 might be rewritten--something like this:   Characteristic of human race, A unique, specified tune.   Don't have to take my word for it."
Jan 11, 2012
Birgitta Abimbola Heikka replied to Tabitha R. Pike's discussion 'A Fight' in the group Poetry
"Good poem. I liked the rhythm from beginning to end.  My favorite lines were:   "My mouth speaks no sound While my soul seeks to be found My body is a vessel With such verdict it wrestles."   Loved it."
Jan 11, 2012
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Tabitha R. Pike commented on Tabitha R. Pike's blog post 'Dream: The Linking Stones (book 1)'
"Garry, if you would send me an email at tabithapike@att.net or give me your email address, I will send you the book. "
Jan 11, 2012
Tabitha R. Pike replied to Birgitta Abimbola Heikka's discussion 'A Green Pill on my Window Sill (A Triolet)'
"Wow, what can I say. Did it eat that green pill? This is a great interesting write. I enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing."
Jan 10, 2012
Tabitha R. Pike replied to Jonathon Koerner's discussion 'I Hope...' in the group Poetry
"Hope is all we have sometimes, and I love that part "Running from the truth" don't we all. Love this write."
Jan 10, 2012
Robert L. Allen replied to Tabitha R. Pike's discussion 'Between the Fine Line' in the group Poetry
"Beautiful poem. I would change the word (a) in the seventh line to read (the) soul, gives it more power. Also I don't think this piece needs to end on a possitive note. I think it could go on, deeper into the feelings. I see not only can you…"
Jan 9, 2012
Tabitha R. Pike commented on Tabitha R. Pike's blog post 'Dream: The Linking Stones (book 1)'
"Thanks Garry, I created the cover myself. I am glad you liked it. I would email it to you for free if you want to read it, all I ask is for you to write me a review once you are finished."
Jan 9, 2012

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Fantasy
Favorite Book
The Husband
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Dean Koontz

Book Author Tabitha R. Pike

Thanks for stopping by. I write supernatural fantasy novels for both teens and adults, drink a lot of coffee, and I am convinced my neighbors are the true Illuminati, Aka: People of the Dark, and Aka: child of the Phoenix with supernatural powers, though I have not seen their eyes up close. I believe that if you listen closely you can hear the music in everything.

 

Tabitha R Pike resides in a quaint little valley between two towering mountains with her husband and three children. She spent five years living beside the Hills of Copper off Hwy 64 in the county she was originally born. Living in  Southern County of the great state of  Georgia and Tennessee she learned how to be an original artist of life. A couple of times she had a near death experiences. Once she realized that her dreams held meaning she used that understanding to make her life gold. Tabitha is the soon to be author of the New York Times bestselling Linking Stones series and The People of the Dark.
 

I've secretly wanted to leave my Mark on the World.

I often kept the desire secret, because I knew that it would be a challenge to leave behind a legacy for my decedents, and I didn't want people to think I was loco. As a kid, I lived in my head a lot, making up adventures, and sometimes sharing my imaginary games with my sisters. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always spent a huge portion of my free time daydreaming and making up imaginative stories. As I aged, those stories became more elaborate and compelling, and I decided that I wanted to share them with others. That was when I became serious about writing.
 
To leave my mark upon the world would be a dream come true. I just don't want to die first before my work is noticed. I want my work to live on even after I am gone such as all the great writers of times past;  William Shakesphere, Edgar Allen Poe, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, Dean Koontz, Stephine Meyers, Brandon Mull, J.K Rowlings, Stephen King, Rachel Mead, Charlaine Harris, Karen Marie Moning, Rick Riordan, Christopher  Paolini,William P. Young, Janette Oke,  Ernest Hemingway, C.S. Lewis, H.G. Wells, Dr. Seuss, Plato, and Emily Dickinson.
 

When I started putting my imagination to paper.

Through high school and college I mostly practiced by writing poetry and short stories. After graduating in 2003,  I nearly lost interest in writing altogether because of personal factors in my life. Upon reuniting with a long lost friend, now my husband a fire sparked within me again and began writing my first book of poetry. I was rejected my times by agents and publishers before I was published. I then began writing my first novel “Dream” The first in the Linking Stones series. There also I was rejected many times by publishers and agents because no one was looking for that type of book so I self published my book and placed it on the market. My third novel “Dragon Tears” which was my first teen novel was picked up by a Publisher and was put on the market in 2011. I am now working on a new novel called “People of the Dark” which I hope to finish sometime this year.


I am now contentedly living toward my dream. Between writing and promoting, I work more hours in a week than I ever have, but I am passionate about my goals in life. I love my husband and kids more than words can say. I am relieved  doing what I adore most in this world being with my family and putting imagination into words.

 

To Contact Author Tabitha Pike please email her at  tabithapike@att.net

http://www.tabithapike.net

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Books

"Dream: The Linking Stones"

"Dragon Tears: The Legacy"

"The Burning Bush"

"Soulful Ink"

 

Books in the making

"People of The Dark"


Tabitha R. Pike's Blog

Soulful Ink (Poetry)

Posted on January 6, 2012 at 6:54pm 0 Comments

Soulful Ink is a book of inspirational poetry. It is complied with poems about my faith, my family, my nation, my heritage and my love. It is my soul that you read; from the ink of my soul you see my heart. This is my second book, following my first book called The Burning Bush, which also is a book of poetry. You may ask why I have titled this book…
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The Burning Bush (Poetry)

Posted on January 6, 2012 at 6:51pm 0 Comments

The Burning Bush is a book of poetry. It is a part of my heart, mind, spirit, body, and soul. I started writing this book three years ago. I was writing to pour out part of myself and to allow myself freedom. If we bottle ourselves up we shall surely die. I needed these words to pour out of me. This book is about my life…
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Dream: The Linking Stones (book 1)

Posted on January 6, 2012 at 6:48pm 4 Comments

"Dream" The Linking Stones Series
Two worlds collide, two warriors united, two hearts are joined in this magical tale of courage. A brave warrior from Scotland, and a Cherokee Indian Princess from undiscovered America set out to find the answer to the Dream that has plagued them since birth.  Both find a…
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Dragon Tears: The Legacy

Posted on January 6, 2012 at 6:44pm 0 Comments

On an Ordinary day, when the Townsend siblings go to school, they get caught up in the lives of four mysterious strangers. They decide to investigate the strange situation by using their magical ability that they were born with.  While the Townsends hide within the shadow of the mysterious teen’s shadows…

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Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 4:43pm on November 8, 2011, Chuck Keyes (The Chuck!) said…

Tabitha, welcome aboard, …from The Chuck!
           I write sci-fi novels filled with adventure, mystery, romance, drama, horror, and many more genres all mixed in... Sci-fi for everyone to enjoy. I'm also a published poet. When you have a moment, please check out my Authors page and a few of my videos and blogs I've recently added. Many of my blogs consist of free to read enjoyable sci-fi stories I plan to unite within a book. My newest sci-fi novel is 'They!',  which is related to the 1954 sci-fi classic movie, 'Them!'.

Let me know if you'd like to become friends.

The Chuck!

At 10:53am on November 9, 2011, scribbler said…

Nice to meet you Tabitha. :) Welcome aboard. I’ll look forward to getting to know you better.

At 6:17am on November 11, 2011, Kay Elizabeth said…

Welcome to Authors.com Tabitha! It’s great to meet you. :) Would you mind dropping by this thread please and sharing how you found your way to us? It helps us all get to know each other better. :)

At 6:40pm on January 7, 2012, Birgitta Abimbola Heikka said…

Hi Tabitha,  It's nice to make your acquaintance.  I see you have written two poetry books. I would love to read them.  I once lived in Ft. Smith Arkansas and loved going to Hot Spring on weekends.  I think the south is a very beautiful region--with valleys and mountains.  Well, hope to learn more about you.

 

At 6:43pm on January 7, 2012, Tabitha R. Pike said…

Thank you Birgitta, I would send them to you by email if you would write a review for both of them. Absolutely free. You can email me at tabithapike@att.net

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