I have been calling myself a writer since I was 8 yrs old, and wrote my first auto-biography at age 10. As a teenager I was teased about being a witch, because I wore mainly black and walked around with my black cat sitting on my shoulder. I never disagreed too loudly; it was more fun to keep everyone guessing. Born and raised in South Africa I have been living in New Zealand since 2008 with my husband and young son. I have had many jobs over the years, but have finally been able to fulfill my life-long ambition of being an almost full-time writer of Urban Fantasy (housewife, mother and cat slave are my other job titles). I am an avid reader as well as compulsive writer, and love to fill up my Kindle with fantasy, paranormal romance and urban fantasy. I am a passionate animal person, and my life is always filled with animals of all shapes and sizes. I have owned cats, dogs, mice, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, horses, miniature horses, pigs, cows and sheep. I have worked on farms and petting zoos and have handled everything from porcupines and warthogs, to ferrets and hedgehogs. I have hand-raised kittens, lambs and an eagle owl. If I ever give up writing I think I'll study animal behaviour or open my own menagerie.
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All Hell Breaks Loose (Hellcat Series Book 2)
The action continues for Gabi and Julius as they reunite to fight a new threat to the City.
"The Hellcat series is one wild ride ... one of the best new series to hit the dark urban fantasy world, ever! Two words: more, please." Diane Nelson (Sand in my Shoes Reviews)
A Cat's Chance in Hell (Hellcat Series Book1)
(5.00 from 1 review)
An exciting dark Urban Fantasy. When a Demon-controlling Vampire wants to seize control of the City and fill it with Demons from the Etherworld, creating an army of Ghouls and turning humans into nothing more than cattle to feed his Clan, Hellcat and the City's Hunters must join forces with Master Vampire Julius, to save the City and her citizens from enslavement or annihilation.
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