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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1. What am I working on? I just published a collection of urban fantasy short stories Squirrel of Magic, on sale now at Smashwords and Amazon. All the stories are united by the same protagonists, young witch Darya and her … Continue reading
Today, my guest is Sarya dyr-Rusac, the protagonist of Kyra Halland’s romantic fantasy novel Sarya’s Song. 1. Tell me a little about yourself—name, profession, home, family, the usual. My name is Sarya dyr-Rusac. I don’t have a proper family name; … Continue reading
Today, I welcome to my blog Aleena Kurrin, the protagonist of Guy Estes’s fantasy novel Triad. 1. Tell me a little about yourself—your name, profession, where you live, do you have a family, the usual. My name is Aleena Kurrin. … Continue reading
An article appeared yesterday in The Looking Glass concerning a disturbing event in Vancouver, Canada. My book Squirrel of Magic is involved. It appears, someone attempted to blow up a craft fair in Vancouver, only no one knows whether the … Continue reading
Today, my guest is Beatrice, the squirrel. She is a familiar of the young witch Darya, the protagonist of my urban fantasy short story collection Squirrel of Magic. Because Beatrice is a squirrel, I changed the format of the interview … Continue reading
My short story collection Squirrel of Magic has been published. It’s available for $1.99 in several e-formats from Smashwords
Today, I welcome to my blog Nye, the eighteen-year-old protagonist of Diana Wicker’s YA fantasy The Dreamweaver’s Journey, Book #1 of The Age of Awakenings series. 1. Tell me a little about yourself—your name, profession, where you live, do you … Continue reading
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