My guest this week for the Fantasy Sci-Fi Network blog is Nadja Losbohm. Regular readers here will remember that Nadja is a German author and friend of mine who is a successful author of now six books in German and one called The Huntress which has been translated into English.
Genre: Young Adult Urban Fantasy Romance
Young Nadja came on my blog way back in 2014 when she was talking about the involved process of translating her novel into English. You can read the previous blog here.
- She now has six books published - holy guacamole, that's awesome!
- Plus there is a children's book and short stories.
- Nadja reveals her chosen theme song for The Huntress
- Her next venture is a bit of a change with historical fantasy
- Her bucket list place to visit is one on my list as well.
- We have a lot in common
You can read the entire interview on the FSFNet here.
The Huntress - the Beginnings synopsis:
Ada Pearce is an average young woman. She is 5’4” tall, overweight, and doesn’t play sports of any kind. Shortly after her 21st birthday a mysterious priest informs her of her destiny as a huntress. Ada doesn’t believe that story at first, but when she finds out that creatures of the night threaten the human population, she accepts her destiny, gives up her former life, and moves into the secret rooms of St. Mary’s Church, which had been built hundreds of years ago, and begins her training.
In flashbacks, the protagonist herself tells her story, beginning with her first meeting with the enigmatic and unapproachable priest, through her first year of training and her secret life, to the problems she encounters on her first hunt, and the issues which crop up when a priest and a woman live together…