Birthday special – The Empath cover reveal!

Today is my forty-second birthday and as a gift to myself and all of you, I thought it would be nice to finally show you the cover of the second installment of The Fire Trilogy. So without further ado…. drumroll please! 


Once again, Rhianna Davies – my cover designer – just nailed it! Thank you so much for understanding my completely warped brain and making my book come to life! I’m also very proud to have this specific model, who I promised to remain anonymous, but who some of you will recognize anyway (think of music, folks!) 

I’m also very honoured to be recommended by one of the people who inspire me in life, Philip Carr Gomm, chosen chief of the OBOD and author of The Prophecies and Druid Mysteries. See the full cover here.


Dragon Moon Press will release The Empath on the 5th of May, the Dutch Liberation Day

The Blurb

Battersea Park Station. Home of the company. The kind we all need, but nobody likes to talk about. Tristan Visconti works for the company and his clearance level has just been upgraded. Why? Simple, because he and his team have exactly one week to save our planet from impending doom.

When Tristan arrives in London, he needs to convince his client, Catherine van Dyk, of her own powers to help save our world. Problem is, Tristan believes he is on a suicide mission and so does his team. His former lover, Eve, is behaving out of character and then there is Alan, Catherine’s ex. Like Tristan, Alan’s an empath, but he’s also a master of death and the company can’t locate his whereabouts.

As Tristan, Catherine, Alan and Eve take center stage, the company is fulfilling its own agenda. Question is, are they working to save the world or to help destroy it?

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Happy Easter, folks! Blessings of Love & Light.

Ramblings of a modern druidess

Recently I’ve been rereading Philip Carr Gomm’s A Brief History of Nakedness. Setting aside the fact I just love the way he writes, it is quite an interesting read. It is fascinating to try to understand why we view being naked or nude the way we do and how that changes or not changes by the shape of our body, the people we meet, the jobs we have, the places we live in, etc.
How do you feel about being naked? His book begins by suggesting you take of your clothes. This would not present a problem if you would be in the privacy in your own home. But what if you’re reading the book at work or in your favorite pub? You’d most likely get yourself into a lot of trouble, maybe even jail.

I never felt ashamed of my body, not even when I carried around a lot more weight, but it did take me a while to feel comfortable around other naked people like a wellness centre or at the beach for example.

And I do have to admit I’ve become more comfortable with showing of my body now it’s more to my satisfaction.

We’re born naked and when we are buried, our clothes disintegrate, so in a way we die naked as well. So why all the hang ups? It’s interesting to read that almost every religion has, or used to have, a certain respect for the power that lies in being naked.

When you stand naked before a mansize mirror, what do you see, what do you feel? Are you happy with what you see? Do you feel ashamed or do you feel empowered? And why is it exactly that we all love to take of our shoes and socks on a Summer’s day and wiggle our toes in the grass? Is it because we feel more connected, to Earth, to life, to ourselves?

I wish you many toe-wiggling moments peeps! Until next week!

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Interested? You can buy it here! 🙂
A Brief History of Nakedness