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Seidrmaidens (Book One of the Wyrdfolk) is available in print and ebook format at:
Booktrope Publishing (http://booktrope.com/book/seidrmaidens/)
In Seidrmaidens (Book One of the Wyrdfolk), the author Katja Aronsen introduces readers to the world of the wyrdfolk and their seidrmagick abilities. Four Seattle seidrmaiden teenagers join together to solve the mystery of the Fenrir Stones, struggle against a rival seidr group, and unknowingly assist an evil Norse legend. Fenrir, the son of Loki and bringer of Ragnarák, may break his bonds and run free to destroy the worlds of both the gods and humans. The seidrmaidens and their fylgjur-cats combine to try to solve the mystery and keep Fenrir bound.
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