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  • It's hard to explain why over 3 million people from more than 150 countries around the world have taken something called The Animus Soul Age Test in recent months—a staggering number—the result of thousands upon thousands of shares; over 250,000 shares to be exact! Growing by thousands more everyday.  "With everything going on in the world at the moment, I'm not surprised Animus has hit a nerve," says Tiffany FitzHenry, the author of the now famed Animus Soul Age Test and the new trilogy it's based on. "It's truly about where we are...humanity...right now." And when you meet her it's obvious, she isn't terribly fazed by the growing worldwide fascination with her debut novel, ANIMUS, the first book in her forthcoming

  • Hey everyone! All the incredible love and excitement for The Oldest Soul Trilogy is absolutely overwhelming! To all the fans all over the world feverishly anticipating the release of the third and final book here are a few ways to stay up to date on the latest news! Subscribe to this page and or my blog at where I will be announcing all the official dates and news first! Also go 'like' The Oldest Soul Trilogy on Facebook for loads of bonus content inspired by the trilogy. You can also follow me on Instagram @tiffanyfitzhenry and on Twitter @FitzTiffany I promise you won't have to wait long to find out how it all ends. If you haven't left a

  • We sat under an eternal black canvas dotted with billions of piercing white stars. The ethereal blanket of the night sky of the northern hemisphere looked even more unearthly from the stunning height to which we had climbed. I was finally done looking up when I looked down, over the edge. He saw me noticing the far drop. As I tried to process the staggering height mixed with the jagged boulders below, I felt his eyes on me. “That’s so scary,” I remarked of the terrifying view before scooting further back away from the edge where we’d been sitting next to each other. “Why?” he asked, puzzled. A rather bizarre question. Why? “Why? Because you could fall. Easily. And you