The truth of witches being the protectors of all races, clans and beings. The underworld which humanity is keep naive of; with exception of a few.
Boh Pierce and his fellow young witch friends must, in time, learn the skills of a warrior and the magic of a master.
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Gillian Bridé Madell (aka Gillian Duce) was born in Taree, New South Wales, Australia to newspaper owners Mr David Thomas Mills Madell and Jeanette MacDonald on the 27th of November 1973. When she was four her family moved to the town of Mareeba, Queensland; a rural area of the north, where she grew up.
As the third child of seven, she learned to amuse with words from a very young age. Raised with the newspaper industry around her, she found herself drawn to the word; writing her own brief stories and thoughts down and sharing them with her young friends.
She ran a successful business with her partner, Barry Johns, for several years, however, eventually she decided to go back to her true passion of writing. She has had several articles published and her first book, “Magic and Mayhem: Tree of Knowledge” was published in 2006.
She married Barry in September 2008. They now live in South-East Queensland with their six children and granddaughter. The gradual lose of her eye sight bought her much change and forced contemplation that gave her new understanding of priorities and living a good life. After a long break from the industry, she returns once more to her field of writing, she is pleased at the re-release of her books “Magic and Mayhem: Tree of Knowledge” (a re-release, re-edited of the original) and “Magic and Mayhem: The Winning Game” in February, 2016. In May, 2016 “Blight in the Ocean” was added to that list and in June, 2016 “Demons and Dangers”.
Also writing as, Gillian Bridé Madell, her first book in the historical fiction/fantasy series. Titled “Nuada”, it showcases her ability to go beyond a single genre of writing. “Nuada” is scheduled to be released in 2017.