What should have been a sanity-saving vacation for Emily turns into a nightmare. Losing her way is the least of it. Some places have never been on maps, and are best left unvisited…
WARNING:... More > contains swears, and is not suitable for any child who could not handle the creepiness of the later Harry Potter books.< Less
Nimue’s second poetry collection delves into the landscape of her childhood, and reflections on ancestry, as well as continuing the Druidic and nature themes of her first gathering of poems,... More > Lost Bards and Dreamers.
In many ways this is a companion book to her non-fiction piece Druidry and the Ancestors, (published by Moon Books) sharing much of the emotional journey that went alongside the more intellectual project. Both stand alone, but support each other.< Less
On the banks of the River Severn, two troubled souls are falling in love. Moody landscapes and terrible secrets, wounded hearts and desperate times. This is a modern, gothic romance full of Pagan... More > mysteries and magical possibilities.
WARNING: This book contains troubling ideas, swears, anguish and English spellings. It is not suitable for younger readers.< Less