Wild Magic Series Book 1
by Eileen Troemel
Genre: Paranormal Fantasy
Mallory’s magi gifts send her north into the province where almost all the magi were killed. If anyone discovers she is a magi, her life is in peril. But she must go where her gifts send her. A boy needs her help or he will die.
Leland, Pintra, Faolan, Jadan, Ovra, and Erga travel from Scons province to Lins to seek a magi master. In a small village Jadan gets separated and is accused of theft. Without Mallory’s help, the angry mob will kill him. Mallory steps in, uses her gifts to save him but exposes herself as a magi.
The seven escape the angry village and hide out in caves. When Jadan’s injuries turn deadly, Mallory is forced to use her gifts, exposing herself to the group of strangers she doesn’t trust. Is she the magi master they’ve been looking for or will they turn her in for the bounty?
Wild Magic Series Book 2
Tensions rise between the leaders of Linos and Scons. Linos increases their soldiers at the border. War looms on the horizon.
Refugees flee from hunters into Scons. Garlen wants to protect them but prophecy warns of danger and betrayal.
Garlen sets aside his lingering distrust of magic and Mallory to protect his new daughter, Arial and his province.
Family - is it those you’re born to or those you love? Mallory meets her blood family. Anger clouds her judgement. Will her emotions cause harm to the family of her heart?
From poetry to novel, I enjoy telling a good story or expressing a heartfelt emotion. I've been published in Circle Magazine, The American Tarot Association's Quarterly Journal, What's Cooking America, Children, Churches and Daddies, placed second in Words of Women 2010 Writing Contest, 2012 Daily Flash, and The Deadman's Tome. I have a bachelor's degree in business and a second bachelor's degree in English Professional Writing and Book Editing. On the side, I have a small editing business. In addition to my work, I love to read, crochet, crafting, research genealogy, and spend time with family. I have three adult daughters and have been married to my husband for over 30 years. I'm the proud grandma of three fur babies - my daughters' cats.
How to find time to write as a parent?
I went back to writing when my kids were older. I basically told them, I’m writing don’t bug me unless the house in on fire and I need to evacuate.
Describe yourself in 5 words or less!
Strong, passionate, tenacious, loving, odd
When did you first consider yourself a writer?
I think I’ve always considered myself a writer. When I wasn’t writing, I was on a break. It became part of my self-description when I started back writing in my late 30s.
Do you have a favorite movie?
Nope – like books I can’t tell you a favorite. There are too many. I love a good story and one that comes with pictures (especially moving ones) is the best!
Which of your novels can you imagine made into a movie?
My Wayfarer series would make a great series or series of movies. I could see each book as a season. Draconian Peace would make a great movie – there’s romance, action, and a few twists.
What literary pilgrimages have you gone on?
None. A fantasy for me is to win the lottery and spend six months in an Irish cottage writing.
As a writer, what would you choose as your mascot/avatar/spirit animal?
A dragon – any chance you have to be something else – always be a dragon.
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