Another episode of RRBC’s Beyond The Cover has been archived. If you missed the live broadcast on 7/11/15, you can tune in at any time and listen to the talented indie author Shelley Wilson as she speaks about her book, Guardians of the Dead, writing, and life in general. Don’t forget to consult theRRBC Rave Waves Blog Talk Radio 2015 broadcasting schedule for program dates and times.
Meet Shelley Wilson
Shelley Wilson’s love of fantasy began at the tender age of eight when she followed Enid Blyton up a Magical Faraway Tree.
Inspired by Blyton’s make believe world, Shelley began to create her stories, weaving tales around faeries, witches and dragons.
Writing has always been Shelley’s first love, but she has also enjoyed a variety of job roles along the way; from waitressing to sales and marketing and even working as a turkey plucker.
Shelley lives in the West Midlands, UK with her three teenage children, two fish and a dragon called Roger. She is at her happiest with a slice of pizza in one hand, a latte in the other and Game of Thrones on the TV. She would love to live in the Shire but fears her five foot ten inch height may cause problems. She is an obsessive list writer, huge social media addict and a full-time day dreamer.
Guardians of the Dead
When sixteen-year-old Amber Noble’s dreams begin to weave into her reality, she turns to the mysterious Connor for help. His links to the supernatural world uncover a chilling truth about her hometown and a pact that must be re-paid with blood. As her father alienates her, and the Guardians take her best friend, her true destiny unfolds, and she begins a quest that will see her past collide with her present. Drawn deeper into the world of witchcraft and faeries, it is only at the end of her journey that she realises how much she could lose.