Freya Pickard

Biography

Freya doesn’t write about imaginary worlds; she writes about imaginative ones. These are worlds that could be real in a parallel universe or another time dimension. She does not promote escapism; instead she takes her readers into a refreshing place so that they return to their normal lives feeling strengthened and renewed.

A cancer survivor, Freya is inspired by her garden, a variety of music and beautifully written books. She is the author of six books at Amazon UK and Amazon US, and her quarterly newsletter features serialised short stories about her heroine, Dracomagan.

She blogs regularly at www.dragonscaleclippings.wordpress.com and www.purehaiku.wordpress.com


Books by Freya Pickard

This Is Me - Book cover

Freya has always expressed herself through poetry, whether it's haiku or elfje or longer forms such as villanelle. She has invented her own form of poetry called "Freyan Verse" which, she says, is akin to creating a painting ... She loves poetry because it is so versatile and allows her to be real and express herself truly. This Is Me is Freya's first anthology, containing 3 volumes of poetry; Insides, My Mythology & This Is Me.

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Silver Fire - Book cover

Silver Fire is the first volume in Freya Pickard's epic fantasy series, the Kaerling. Otta has been given a task by an invisible, yet powerful presence in the haunted shrine. Erl, her brother, has lost his memory whilst hunting. Banished from their village, the twins must learn to overcome the darker sides of their personalities, if they are going to survive. What is this strange trail that only Otta can sense?

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Isu Magan, heir to Vintrig's Throne, has fallen in love with Sama Conn, a travelling musician. Fearing to lose her promised inheritance, Isu is unwilling to show her true feelings for the man she loves. Terrified of her Counsellor Jya, Isu is forced to meet with Sama in secret. Minah, Isu's servant, is happy to aid the princess in her secret dancing lessons with Sama, for Minah is in love with Trom, the drummer.

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