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Wendy Steele

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Wendy Steele is author, wise woman, goddess. She is writer, dance teacher, mother and healer.

Magic is Wendy’s passion. ‘The Lilith Trilogy’ leads the reader along the paths of the witches Qabalah, following Angel Parson’s story of betrayal, retribution and redemption. Her magical story contains high magic as well as pagan ritual. ‘The Standing Stone Book Series’ focuses on the lives of three women linked together across time and space by the standing stone. The countryside is the focus of their magic, embracing the gods and goddesses, tree spirits, elves and fairies.

Her latest book, The Naked Witch, is about Lizzie Martin, receptionist, single mother and witch, who is asked by her new boss to conform and embrace the corporate dress code.
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Wendy Steele Being able to share that idea or thought that's been nagging in your head...and after months of writing and editing, seeing a book emerge in print.
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Being able to share that idea or thought that's been nagging in your head...and after months of writing and editing, seeing a book emerge in print.
As a dancer and dance teacher, writing makes a fabulous companion as it makes me sit down!(less)
Wendy Steele I have a few 'tricks' depending what I'm writing...if it's a new story, maybe a short one, the A-Z method works well; write words in a list starting…moreI have a few 'tricks' depending what I'm writing...if it's a new story, maybe a short one, the A-Z method works well; write words in a list starting A-Z and then use them, in any order and begin to write...after a few sentences, ideas emerge on paper and you can bin the A-Z list if necessary.
Taking a break can often help...ironing used to distract me but always have a pad and paper close by.
The best thing to do is just write...and write...it's very likely I'll bin the first few pages but the process of writing starts ideas and the pen moving.(less)
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Destiny of Angels

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Into the Flames

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Turn down the Heat

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Too Hot for Angels

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Chatting with Carol Lovekin on my blog in September, I discovered her first novel 'Ghostbird', downloaded it and added it to my TBR list. I finished the book on Saturday!

You can read our interview here https://wendysteele.com/2018/09/17/carol-lovekin-author-feminist-and-flaneuse/

Carol is published by Honno Press in Aberystwyth, a women's press showcasing women's writing in Wales.



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This book is written as three novellas, each containing tales of Llys y Garn, a house in Pembroke-shire. Each story is told by the female protagonist.
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