It’s been a stressful last few days, with my husband being rushed to hospital after an angle grinder fell on his foot and then, on my way home from the hospital, witnessing an armed robbery. Three days later, hubby had a foot operation and was back at home with us late the next day. There are a few weeks of stress ahead, as he’s unable to do much with his leg in a cast, so if you see me acting a little crazy, it’s probably due to sleep deprivation and trying to be the Energiser Bunny with no energy.
On a more positive note, a few minutes ago, I published the promised two Wizard of Ends companion books, both of which you can download for free. These companions are ‘a little something extra’ to thank my readers for the support.
Delve into the world of Ancient Egyptian and Irish magic, discover ancient magic books and ‘magical’ plants, and learn the difference between modern science and ancient magic. A real world school of wizardry? Yes, it exists! Healing magic in today’s world and modern attempts to use magic? Yes, those are real too.
In today’s world, the percentage of people who believe in magic as a real phenomenon cannot be easily calculated, as the number of believers is considerable, yet magic is not accepted as real by the general population. Are people who believe in magic nuts, or is there something to it?
This companion to the Wizard of Ends fantasy adventure series includes character interviews, a guest post written by the series’ main character, Lashlor Leaflin, insights into the series, its characters and the author, and the first chapter of Books 1 and 2.