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Tamsin Mori - author photo

Hello! I'm Tamsin Mori, author of The Weather Weaver series.

Thanks for popping by!

Are you a day-dreamer, a sky-gazer, a wild-world adventurer?

Do you have your head in the clouds?

Then you're in the right place.

Let me take you on adventures around Shetland and beyond - we'll spot puffins, sing to selkies, and track down long-forgotten magic. Perhaps we'll even conjure some weather together. Keep your eyes on the sky!

Gargoyles - Guardians of the Source

"Magic is neither good, nor bad - it simply multiplies the dreams you feed it.

Be careful what you wish for . . ."

Guardians of the Source is out on the 4th April 2024

If you can't wait to get your hands on a copy,

you can pre-order it now from your local independent bookshop,

or online at Waterstones or Amazon.


A long forgotten magic is returning. It's time for the gargoyles to wake!

If you loved The Weather Weaver, hold onto your hat - there are two more adventures!

Image shows the book covers of the Weather Weaver trilogy by Tamsin Mori: The Weather Weaver, A Gathering Storm and Winter's Keep

The Weather Weaver won the Dudley Children's Book Award 2021

I'm over the moon that readers in primary and secondary schools across the Dudley Borough voted The Weather Weaver their favourite book, from a shortlist of amazing books. Thank you! 

DCBA award medal shelfie showing the Dudley Children's Book Award alongside The Weather Weaver and A Gathering Storm by Tamsin Mori
DCBA award ceremony with authors Gemma Fowler, Anthony Kessler, Tamsin Mori and C.L.Taylor
Dudley Children's Book Award 2021 shortlist - When The Sky Falls, The Five Clues, The Weather Weaver, The Island, The Small Things, City of Rust, The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh, Sisters of the Lost Marsh
Dudley Children's Book Award logo

 The Weather Weaver was also shortlisted for the North Somerset Teachers' Book Award in the Quality Fiction category.


This adorable bundle of fluff is Dot - doing a very good job of announcing the NSTBA shortlist! 

 The award celebrates and promotes reading for pleasure (the best kind of reading!). 

Author Reviews for The Weather Weaver

"A charmingly tender story of family with a whiplash of thunder'

Jasbinder Bilan

Costa-award-winning author of

Asha and The Spirit Bird

"Crackling with the best kind of storm magic, and

rich with invention"

Amy Wilson

A Girl Called Owl

"A storm-swept adventure

brimming with

wild Shetland magic."

Alex English

Sky Pirates

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