Nephilim Quest 4 / The Book of the Dead / FINISHED, Editing
Creature Wars 2 / now planning the plot
Space Witches 3 / 75.000 words FIRST DRAFT DONE, NOW EDITING
7 Shabtis 2 / Pillar of Death 60.000 words (now at 8700 words)
Bastet Mysteries 50.000 words (now at 26.000 words)
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When I was younger that book world would absolutely have been Middle Earth. And in there either Rivendell or Lothlórien for sure.
And now, as an adult… Hmm. I’ll have to think about this…
Well, actually I don't need to think, LOL.
It would still be Middle Earth. But now I perhaps would have several abodes. I would live in the Shire when I needed a break from everyday stress or eat well. I would go to Rivendell or Lothlórien when I needed to immerse myself in more spiritual surroundings and music. And then I would go to Rohan to ride beautiful horses and to feel the wind in my hair on my way to Minas Tirith to study writings of ancient history. And finally, when I would grow weary of life, I would travel to the Grey Havens to wait for a ship to come to take me away.
The world of the Lord of the Rings is such a beautiful, yet somewhat melancholy place with its memories of past greatness, of deceit, courage, great love and of letting go of what was loved. And there is the greatest thing of all, the thing that in our world gives many in dire circumstances the motivation to live - hope.
Where would you like to live if you could move into the world of a book?
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The Blue Bar
In my own upcoming novel, The Blue Bar. I would like to know how the story unfolds through the eyes of my characters :D
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