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About the author:
Evylyn Rose grew up in Delaware and Maryland before joining the US Army as a combat medic. After her time in the military, Evy moved to Colorado where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Afterwards, she pursued her long-time dream to become a writer by focusing her efforts on sharing her words with the world.
Evy contributes to her religious community by running online communities for Wiccans and Pagans. Her current website-including a message forum-titled Messages in the Moonlight (http://www.moonlightmessages.com), began operation in 2003. She continues to maintain this community geared toward informing the public about Wicca and witchcraft and providing an online space for Wiccans and Pagans to safely discuss topics of interest. On the side, Evy occasionally writes for other outlets in the hopes of building positive interfaith relations and offers intuitive readings.
Events After Ragnarok According to Loki's Daughter
Hela, daughter of Loki, tells the reality of the Norse myths and how events unfolded after Ragnarok. With a touch of her father's "trickster" humor, Hela takes on the serious task of clearing up modern misconceptions while providing new perspectives and healing as she rebuilds Hel her way and visits the other gods.
During her quest, Hela runs into problems that threaten the Norse world and the entire Universe. She must come to terms with her true nature, accept her Shadow, and learn when not to act while maintaining awareness of the dire situation the mortals of Midgard face should she fail.
Featuring our heroine, Hela, her two brothers, the most innocent goddess in existence, a god who says he's quitting, the Scrooge of the Norse pantheon, that guy with eyes like a hawk, and the loveliest twins in the Universe. Hela also meets with the warrior god among a pantheon of warriors, a prophesying trio, Jesus' spirit brother, the simple-minded yet helpful goddess, the motherly goddess, and a retired All-Father. Complete with special appearances from the most hated but loveable god ever!
- Publication Date:
- Feb 21 2012
- 1470001446 / 9781470001445
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Visionary & Metaphysical