Author Bio: Astrid Vogel de Johnsson is a South African author and anthropologist now residing in Sweden. In early childhood, she showed an interest in reading and languages—interests which her family encouraged. Astrid started writing her first novel at age 12 and now writes high fantasy, exploring her passion for cultures and languages. She is fluent in five European languages. She is happily married with two adorable children. When she isn’t writing, Astrid likes to read, take walks in … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Astrid V.J.
The Moon Rogue by LMR Clarke Join Emmy on her journey from humble and abused apothecary’s apprentice to lynch pin in a plan to save the world from ‘Dark’ magic in this fantastical coming of age story. Prince Mantos, rightful heir of the Masvam Empire, is murdered to allow Dorai, the Dark Goddess, to seek ultimate power. However, all is not lost, for Mantos has died once before and mysteriously returned from the dead. Into this tumultuous conflict steps Emmy, a slave who escaped … [Read more...] about The Moon Rogue by LMR Clarke
First Magyc by Nicole DragonBeck The object which shielded Demona for centuries is broken, the Path is fading, and the Guardians are in hiding. When Ria finds her way to this new world of music and magyc by helping the Guardian Cedar Jal escape his prison between worlds, she is drawn into his struggle, and discovers she may be the answer the Guardians need. Cedar doesn't want Ria to be the one named and fated to die in the Prophecy, but what if she is their only hope to defeat the Sorcerer, … [Read more...] about First Magyc by Nicole DragonBeck
Children of the Blessing by Perry Morris The gods battled for thousands of years before they established balance in Lemuria; the children of the blessing are about to upset that balance. When key events prophesied thousands of years ago finally take place, those who lust for power will do anything they must to take control—even if that means killing the children of the blessing. The children of the blessing have never met. Renn wants to be a farmer and Avaris a warrior, but their birth and … [Read more...] about Children of the Blessing by Perry Morris
Hyrn by Simon Kewin Some wounds are too wide to heal... The world changes one bright morning. The ageing king of Angere turns to necromancy to prolong his existence, and the price of dark magic is paid in innocent lives. The land descends into chaos as loyalties are tested and friends become bitter foes. For Black Meg, eldest witch of Angere, time is desperately short. She receives a vision from Hyrn, the horned man of the woods. The future is worse than anything she could have imagined. … [Read more...] about Hyrn by Simon Kewin