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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The letter K begins one of my favorite words – a KEY. What does the word KEY mean to you? A computer key? A key to a house? A key to a soul?
The J is not a much-used letter to start a word. A small dictionary might use only a couple of pages for this letter. I went with a JUNGLE. Have you ever traveled through a jungle? On a sabertooth?
The letter I wasn’t easy for me, but eventually, I went with the word ISLAND. A floating island, to be precise, because, of course, there are floating islands in speculative fiction. Don’t you wish you lived on a floating island?
What word corresponds better to the letter H than a HORSE? Even a dancing golden horse in this fantasy book cover. I wonder: who they are dancing for?
For the letter G, many interesting speculative fiction words were available. There are gnomes and goblins and grimoires. But I chose a GOBLET of magic. Do you think there is poison in her goblet? Or an elixir of eternal youth?
It’s the first Wednesday of the month again, time for a post for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ APRIL QUESTION: Are you a risk-taker when writing? Do you try something radically different in style/POV/etc. or add controversial topics to … Continue reading
What fantasy writer/reader isn’t fascinated with elves? Here is my book cover for the letter E. My purple-eyed ELF. What about you? Do elves fascinate you?
The letter D for a fantasy writer almost invariably brings to mind the fantasy most formidable creatures – DRAGONS. Below are my two takes on dragons. I couldn’t settle on just one cover – I have so many with dragons. … Continue reading
For the letter C, I offer you a sci-fi YA book cover. The CLOCKS are ticking. Do you think these clocks measure her remaining hours? Until what? Her death? Her exam? Her scheduled hairdresser?