Space Witches Book 1 is now on Kindle Scout nomination stage.

CLICK HERE OR ON THE BOOK COVER, read the beginning of the book and if you'd like to read the rest of the story, nominate the book. 

If the book makes it to  Amazon's Kindle Press program, all those who nominated the book will get it for free. 

This is the book I originally wrote as my NaNoWriMo project in November 2016. A mixture of witches, spells, ancient Egypt and afterlife - with a dystopian sprinkle. 

interviews with book lovers

An author is bound to meet very interesting book lovers while writing - other authors, editors, artists, publishers... Here I shall interview those interesting people I have met on my own journey as an author. 

my favorite book lovers

miriam bibby

Miriam is my editor, and an excellent one at that. I originally met her when I was searching for information about ancient Egyptian horses, and someone mentioned her name as she had written her final essay about the horse breeds of ancient Egypt. To my surprise she was an author too - her delightful Mistress Meg series is pefect for anyone who loves Elizabethan England. I highly recommend her if you are searching for an editor - just don't make her so busy she won't have time for my future books :) Though the last I heard she is about to start academic research about a certain horse breed, and that together with living on a farm in Scotland with her ponies may make her free time somewhat scarce.

Read Miriam Bibby's Interview Here

stephanie farrant


A blogger and book reviewer extraordinaire. This lady is a serious reader! Exactly how she manages to juggle her reviewing work with family life is beyond me. I asked, of course, and it seems you can do your chores at home with one hand, carrying a book in the other. But she really reads all those books from cover to cover - and loves loves loves books. The latest news is that she was accepted to study literature and writing. Way to go! (And do finish that book you were talking about, the plot idea was absolutely wonderful!

cathy helms

I decided from the start I would use a professional to design my book covers. As usual I did a lot of background research and asked for recommendations. Cathy Helms was recommended to me by other authors, and having read everything on her website I decided to contact her.

Cathy designed the cover for my first novel Nephilim Quest 1: Shadowhunter. And she did a super job! Too good, really. I got three sketches from her and they were all so good I could not make up my mind. Had to ask for advice from others. The choice was a good one, and I have received many comments telling how much the readers love the cover. So I give credit to where it is due: Cathy Helms of Avalon Graphics. Thank you!

Read Cathy's interview here.

inge dagmar manders

I first met Inge when we both were members of the Equine Art Guild.

Books come in many forms, and her work is for the artistic book lovers - she has published beautiful coloring books - read more about her work here. 

I love the fairy-tale kind of magic in her drawings and artwork - with real glistening gold and jewels (not joking!).

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The first book you get for free is the Prequel to Nephilim Quest: Angel.

Over two hundred years before Nephilim Quest 1 / Shadowhunter the roots of the story are planted.

A little girl missing her mother, in the palace of the mightiest of the dark Nephilim, hoping for an escape...  

This book is not for sale anywhere - only readers who have subscribed to my mailing list will get it.

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