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Writer. Wanderer. Thinker. Dreamer.




Brida may be a terrible hedgewitch's apprentice - she can't identify herbs and her charms are all mistakes - but when she sees a herd of mythical stormhorses captured by the Huntsman she knows she must free them. Pursued by a pack of massive Hounds and spied on by a flock of mysterious Crows, Brida meets unexpected allies and discovers a power she never guessed. To survive, she must navigate currents of political and magical intrigue in a world where even the seasons seem to spin out of control.

Publisher's Weekly has said: "An intriguing setting, an interesting magical system, and an empathic heroine mark this ambitious debut... Adam succeeds in bringing it all together to emphasize forgiveness and healing over vengeance and anger."

For a limited time, signed copies are available at Main Street Books in St. Charles, MO (link here), Anderson's Bookshop in Naperville, IL (link here), and Edmonds Bookshop in WA (link here).

You can also find it at Barnes and Noble (I'll be signing copies at several locations this spring, so keep your eyes on the Events page for announcements!), as well as online at the usual places. Your favorite local bookstore or library can order it for you, too! 

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A Bit About Me

When I'm not hiking through the woods on my husband's family farm, floating in the lake, or riding my wild mustangs, I can be found surrounded by books, fountain pens, and purring cats. I am passionate about history, myth, folklore, and ballet. I believe in chasing fireflies, dancing in moonlight, celebrating rain, and making wishes. I am represented by Sarah Landis at Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc and my first book, THE LAST WINDWITCH, is coming from HarperCollins in 2021.

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Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in his works.

Virginia Woolf


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