Find the award-winning first book in my series on Amazon Or support the author and get it directly from the publisherOf course the sequel is available there as well! Finalist in the Indie Book Awards 2010Silver in the Reader Views AwardsFIRST PLACE – Reader Views Awards – Fiction A journey through haunted forests, through dreams and time. A tale of love, magic and the power … Continue reading Book trailer Curse of the Tahiéra and its long-awaited sequel
Toen ik de roep van mijn ziel voelde om te gaan schrijven, zocht ik naar een hokje om mijn boeken in te stoppen. Dat moet nou eenmaal in de boekenwereld. Het beestje moet een naam hebben. Omdat het avontuurlijke verhalen zijn kwam ik uit op fantasy. Ik wilde de vrijheid hebben om geen historische details te hoeven onderzoeken. Want feitelijk zijn het de echte verhalen … Continue reading Waarom ik geen fantasy schrijf
Yay, the English version of my book is now available: https://booklocker.com/books/11064.html Paperback | 440 pages | ISBN 9781647184919 The Search for Tzanáta is the sequel to the award-winning spiritual adventure Curse of the Tahiéra. Seven years after his sudden disappearance, Yldich has a disturbing dream that brings him back to the House of the Deer. Slender ships are appearing at the coast and they seem … Continue reading The Search for Tzanáta has been published!
While I am writing the final chapter of my second book, The Search for Tzanáta, the sequel to my award-winning début Curse of the Tahiéra I thought it would be fun to share a sneak preview of the cover design for the new book. It is for the English edition. Both the English and Dutch editions will be published around the same time, with similar … Continue reading Sneak preview!
The BookReviewNinja blog interview: Wendy Gillissen, writer of Curse of the Tahiéra(scroll down for the Dutch translation)I had lots of fun with this interview. In years past I would not have dared to be so open about my writing process, which involves a lot of connecting to my own past lives. I was afraid I would not be taken seriously. And of course, when I … Continue reading y interview with the BookReviewNinja is live! Don’t worry, no sword fighting was involved
Lanterns fit for the Woodland King… ❤ Picture by Sharon Johnstone ”Áyra looked up at the Woodland King. His cloak was woven of leaves of may hues; from the dark blood red of autumn leaves to the fresh green of spring saplings. But when Áyra blinked his eyes, and looked again, it was of rich blue velvet, studded with star-like gems. He sighed with surprise. … Continue reading Nature is my favourite artist ♥
”The trees had dwindled into nothing, leaving only dusty earth and rocks, when Rom noticed a large stone structure in the distance. The path would take him straight to it, so he kept on walking. When he got closer, he could see it was a large open gateway made of big blocks of carved grey stone, and doors of heavy blackened wood. They were open, … Continue reading On dragons…
Writer’s block. It’s the thing most writers dread more than anything. I seldom suffer from it, but when I do, I magically forget why! And then I have to invent the wheel all over again… so I can roll out of the block and happily continue creating. I only get writer’s block when I forget that the little me, Ego is not the one writing … Continue reading There’s no such thing as writer’s block… when you listen☺
Originally posted on The Sporadic Chronicles:
For me, there is nothing more enchanting than a book. The great escape, the new identity, the time travel, the unexpected voyage… it all eagerly awaits you. You just need to summon the courage to turn the folio, and a whole new world is at the mercy of your fingertips. I honestly cannot understand how there are so many people that… Continue reading The Magic of a Book