The Windflowers Trilogy
Since early childhood I've been fasinated by ancient cultures, especially Ancient Egypt.
Something about hieroglyphs, pyramids, and sphinxes calls to me on a deep level.
I have quite a collection of reference books!
These are my teasure trove and I love using them when researching my fantasy worlds.
The Windflowers Trilogy.
Ferrasium, Book One.
Golden Scarab, Book Two.
Pyramidion, Book Three (coming soon).
Note: The Windflowers Trilogy contains mature themes.
Murder, Mystery, and Magic in a land reminiscent of Ancient Egypt.
For centuries, guided by the Destiny's Oracle, the Bera-Bera tribes have guarded the secret of the windflowers. The High Priest Seraphis covets Pharaoh's throne and his minions scour the desert sands, seeking two ancient artefacts of unrivalled power. Kalli’s fight for survival begins when the Priesthood uncovers her talent for forbidden magic. Thrust into their killing arena she’s forced to fight or die. No one has ever escaped from the Ferrasium, but Kalli knows she must or her younger sister will face the same fate. How can a small band of pygmies, a tomb robber, and a magically untrained girl compete against the might of the Priesthood?
Golden Scarab – the second thrilling book in the Windflowers Trilogy.
A year has passed since Kalli escaped from the Ferrasium, but the High Priest’s stranglehold is tightening and his tentacles are extending to encompass all of Keymett. As Pharaoh’s royal barges sail toward Wasset to celebrate the Jubilee Festival, the High Priest is poised like an arachnid in his nest, waiting to hatch his plans. Kalli must unlock the secrets of the Golden Scarab before all of Keymett falls under the High Priest’s dominion, but who can she trust?