I'm Olga Godim. My novels and short stories are about magic, swords, and the wonderful folks of my imagination. Welcome to my site.
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Today, my guest is Ashley Thurber, the sixteen-year-old protagonist of Stan Morris’s science fiction YA novel Sam’s Winnings (Book 1 of Tales of the Ragoon). 1. Tell me a little about yourself—your name, profession, where you live, do you have … Continue reading
Today, my guest is Elendir, knight of Ten-Ar, the protagonist of Laurel A. Rockefeller’s novel Ghosts of the Past, #2 in the author’s Peers of Beinan series. The genre of the novel is medieval science fiction murder-mystery. 1. Tell me … Continue reading
Today, my guest is Kealan Machaon, the male protagonist of my fantasy novel Almost Adept. 1. Tell me a little about yourself—your name, profession, where you live, do you have a family, the usual. I’m Kealan Machaon. I live in … Continue reading
Re-blogged from Tangled In Pages I’m sure you detest the thieves who broke into your neighbors’ house last summer and stole a bunch of expensive electronics. Or the pickpockets in the crowded Mediterranean market who stole your cousin’s wallet. Or … Continue reading
Meet Jess Bennett, a 78 years old protagonist of The Travelers, an urban fantasy novel by Keith Wayne McCoy. 1. Tell me a little about yourself—your name, profession, where you live, do you have a family, the usual. My name … Continue reading
I’m going to publish an urban fantasy collection of short stories united by the same protagonists: a young witch Darya and her familiar, squirrel Beatrice. Together, they kick butt of the bad guys and help friends in need. The stories … Continue reading
I just joined the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. The members post every first Wednesday of the month, so this is my first post for them. When a reader opens a book, in many cases he doesn’t see what the author … Continue reading
Today, my guest is Carina Tranquilli from Celia Breslin’s novel Haven, book #1 of her Tranquilli Bloodline Series. The novel’s genre is urban fantasy romance. 1. Tell me a little about yourself—your name, profession, where you live, do you have … Continue reading
I entered my novel Almost Adept into a fantasy book cover competition. If anyone wants to vote, my number is 81. There are over 100 books there.
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