Jenifer Mohammed was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
She is a die-hard Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Supernatural lover. She is a sessional instructor at the University of Manitoba and teaches mainly for the Department of English, Film, and Theatre although she also teaches for the Asper School of Business and the International College of Manitoba. She loves horror, science-fiction, and fantasy movies and frequently relaxes at the end of a long week by watching one.
She feels truly blessed to have a job that allows her the opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of her students. She hopes that her readers will enjoy reading her work as much as she enjoyed writing it.
Cybele Moondragon is an unemployed English graduate student who is disillusioned with her life and tired of being in debt. She decides to resurrect a matriarchal cult based on the pagan goddess Cybele in order to make a lot of money and empower men and women who are stifled in more traditional, patriarchal religions.
Angels of the Revolution
on Jan. 07, 2014
Absolutely brilliant storytelling. Horton takes the reader on a journey through the dangerous, sexy, troubling world of Gothland, painting sensory rich images with his lyrical command of language. In Gothland, the reader encounters intriguing and secretive characters scarred and transformed by their war time experiences and the following revolution. Through juxtapositions of past and present, truths are revealed, truths are obscured, and the reader must piece together each tantalizing clue to discover the truth of the Major and Katyusha’s quest for Der Film. This is a book that demands to be read again and again and each time the reader will discover new and imaginative ideas and images to be swept up in. A must-read book for anyone looking for a great book to start 2014 off with a bang not a whimper.