Art by multi-talented fellow writer, Ines Gregori Labarta
Annalisa Carr lives in the English Lake district with her three cats. She writes in multiple genres and has published paranormal fantasy as well as short stories under the name ‘Anne Cleasby’
Annalisa Carr (that’s me) worked as a scientist (under the alias of Anne Cleasby) for a very long time, but never got to fly a spaceship or travel to Venus. This was a huge disappointment given the reasons for her career choice, so eventually she made up stories about the future instead. Probably just as well, as she is claustrophobic. (have you seen the size of those space capsules?)
My third novel in the series ‘Children of Poseidon’ is released on December 14th
Damnamenos, youngest son of Poseidon, has always viewed himself as a modern demi-god; an equal opportunities sorcerer who runs an international business empire while plotting revenge on his faithless ex-lover. He likes to think that he has his life under control, but when evil threatens his world he needs to summon all his old magic to deal with it.
Maya Redcar, a young witch just coming into her full power, finds herself leading her coven’s fight against a corrupt and insane sorcerer. Realising that the witches are outclassed, she joins forces with her old nemesis, Damnamenos, to confront the enemy in his East African lair.
Together, Maya and Damnam face old lovers, cursed seawitches, demon-born babies and unreasonable parents, on their quest to save the world. Their growing attraction could be a source of strength or, as Maya fears, a new point of vulnerability as they are torn apart by their enemy’s magic.