Filtiarn Saga

Author: V.D. Mossforest

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Filtiran Saga is the authors updated and revised debut novella originally written back in 2008 when the author was in middle school. The story is told by Kiba as he is interviewed by a human reporter who happened to see his tail. Kiba explains how his pack lived and how legends were past down about an amazing tree, which eventually became their home when they were run out of their dens by humans carrying curving fangs, and long black sticks of wood that shot fire. How he met and taught a human how to survive out in the forest. 

How he slowly fell in love.

This is his story.

His saga.

Kiba a Filtiran (Lord of the wolves) tells all in this up and close interview letting the humans know that THEY exist.

V.D. Mossforest was born in 1994 in Conroe, Texas. Growing up she was always at an advanced reading level then other kids her age. By middle school she was reading “Clan of the Cave Bear” by Jean M. Auel; “Necroscope” by Brian Lumley; and “Dark Lover” by J.R.Ward. She was inspired to write her own stories when she read a Paranormal YA novel by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes called “In the Forest of the Night”. Quickly finishing her first novella with the help of one of her grandmothers, Dottie Goudy, it would later be published after she was out of the military.


Graduating in 2012 and joining May 2013 she served two and a half years in the United States Navy and was honorably discharged before she went on tour. Wanting to get back to College and Writing, she was warmly encouraged by her other grandmother who was like her second mother while she lived on Mossforest Drive when she was a kid. Viki Kuzara was the person who pushed V.D. Mossforest to become the author she is today. She lives by the lake with her husband, four dogs, and two cats balancing her life writing RH / Paranormal Romance novels with finishing her degree in Psychology.

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Pages: 74 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Fiction

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