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About E.M.G. Wixley
Elizabeth Wixley was born in Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom but has moved many times during her childhood. She attended the Camberwell Art School and joined a design studio in Convent Garden. Moving to Bristol, some years later, she worked full time for the Local Education Authority supporting children suffering from emotional and behavioural problems whilst ensuring that the transition into a mainstream school was done in a supportive and nurturing manner. Whilst providing children with a safe haven for learning, she raised two sons as a single parent while studying for a degree in education at the University of the West of England.
Her love of fiction started at the age of six when Elizabeth’s grandmother died of cancer and to ensure that the rest of the family was safe, she would spend the nights roaming the house looking for the ”C” monster to make sure that he did not claim any more victims.
One sunny bright day, her sister told her that fork lightning would come and strike her down after which she would spend her days hiding in the garage and when she heard that the sun was falling out of the sky, well needless to say, she very seldom ventured out.
With trial and error, Elizabeth soon realised to fight her foes, she had to stare them straight in the eye, explore them and conqueror the inner demons in order to stand righteous. This helps fuel her love of horror and the many mysteries of the world. Creating a why and what if scenario that runs prominent in her fascinating fiction.
Throughout Elizabeth’s life, creative arts have been her passion whether it is visiting galleries, painting or writing. She enjoys nothing more than sharing a compelling horror story with others and holding the sanity of her readers in the palm of her hand.
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May be read as a standalone.
Sophia is Adair’s childhood friend. At the age of eleven, they become separated only to meet years later through the internet. However, they are soon overcome by dark events and the horrific fracturing of their everyday lives.
Shadows creep and menacing events take place as together they seek to unravel the terrible secrets, which are being kept from humanity.
The only light in her miserable existence is her grandfather, story-teller elite, her saviour. And when one of his macabre tales is mentioned in the local paper, Isobel is drawn into the depths of evil and devil worship. Her world, and that of everyone around her, turns upside down. The cause? A mysterious book, an omen, which once opened and read starts a cataclysmic chain of events, and their lives are filled with tragedy and disaster. Salvation comes in the guise of three other teenagers-Peter, Oswald and Ariel-and the four form a bond so strong nothing can tear apart-nothing except maybe the devil himself!
May be read as a standalone.
Meanwhile William attempts to adapt to his new life in England and understand the deep mysteries of his family history. Mary is also hunting but not for knowledge. To help stop Noah from going on a crusade she searches the streets of London for a serial killer.
As the veil between good and evil thins the family and community struggle ahead unaware of the cosmic battle being raged.
Their addiction compels them to steal from the type of people that would stop at nothing to retrieve their treasure. Slowly the couple become progressively more entangled in a web of their own making.
The story begins in London. Rosie receives a Valentines gift, which she may later regret accepting. As a naturally shy girl, Rosie hadn't wanted to be in a relationship with Mike. He had trapped her and now it was to late to extricate herself from the situation. However, fate intervenes and swings their fortunes back and forth like a pendulum, from love to hate and from treachery to tragedy.
May be read as a standalone.
Future and past merge. Who is Maya and why does she visit Noah in his dreams? Who is Ivan the Russian who brings news from the old country? Who will live and who will die?
As an adult, surviving in a post-apocalyptic world, Marnie now a virologist, dreams of discovering a cure-all which would wipe viruses from the planet. At the same time, she wrestles with her childhood demons and attempts to adapt to the new world of human relationships. However, the occurrence of many disturbing events threatens to sabotage her efforts and derail her from her life's plans.
Early one morning her world is turned upside down. Resting on the doorstep of a sweatshop is a young man, an outsider, a hostile derelict who lives on the towns dump. Their eyes lock and their lives crash together.
The first apocalypse is bad enough but what follows is far more sinister.
This book was written during my time in lockdown and was influenced by current events. It is, however, a work of fiction.
For Jonah, Felicity and Dante escaping Earth was easy compared to the labyrinth of existence they were forced to negotiate on the alien planet of Ogzek. They rapidly realised that their view of life would need to shift in a different direction if they were to avoid the many traps.
On Azadin all the inhabitants desired was a new Game of vast dimensions and thrills. The only person capable of delivering such an event was their grand designer Dante, but he was nowhere to be found. In his absence Emperor Talus decides that nothing could be more exciting than to wipe-out the organics and have a space war.
To distract his family from the social worker's constant knockbacks, Felix decides it’s time to buy their own first home. The house is dilapidated, and Felix and Tiffany set about carrying out vital repairs, while Alfie is left to play in the garden and in the spectacular treehouse. It is here he finds his first treasure and a note from the previous owner’s daughter Amelia. Alfie’s goal is to discover what lies at the end of the treasure trail and solve the puzzle of Amelia’s father’s disappearance.
With the help of Hilda, the kindly old lady who lives next door and a peculiar boy who is delivered to their house by a woman who resembles a witch, he embarks on a turbulent journey. Soon he is compelled to fight dragons, knights and an evil pirate to rescue a Queen and all those he loves.
This book may be enjoyed by the young at heart of all ages.