Children of Angels Review

Children of Angels is Book 1 of the new childrens fantasy Nephilim Series
by Kathryn Dahlstrom.
I was thrilled to be given the opportunity to review the first six chapters.

Kathryn’s imaginative storytelling will bring out the child in all of us as Jeremy finds his own solution to his personal demons, the local bullies. By doing so and showing himself to be a human angel cross, a Nephilim, he has drawn the attention of an otherworldly nemesis.

When approached by a special school, Jeremy’s hopes soar. But is the school the dream institution Jeremy thinks it will be? And begs the question, are all Nephilim created equal?

Jeremy is beginning to think not…

Children of Angels is published by WinePress Publishing
 and is to be released later this year.

For more information on Children of Angels and its author Kathryn Dahlstrom, please visit


Orlanda Szabo


The final run up to the 11-11-11 elaunch of the first book in the Crystal Shade trilogy has happily begun. Every Wednesday I will be adding a post to get more in depth into the Crystal Shade world and characters.

I invite everyone to have a pre-launch sneak peek at the
universe of Crystal Shade.
As well as the extraordinary artwork of Crystal Shade’s
creator, Istvan Szabo, Ifj.

~A thousand stars could tell a thousand stories~

When seven-year-old Grace is reborn as an adult angel, she learns that a prophesied cataclysm known as the Crystal Shade will soon be upon the world. It is discovered that Angeni is special. She is told that her destiny is to champion the peaceful Aserian against the demon hordes. With all hope resting upon her untested wings, Angeni, struggles to understand the web being weaved around both angel and demon. If her suspicions are correct, a hidden power is working to pit angel and demon against each other and themselves. An entity waiting to destroy the survivors
and take the universe for itself.  

Created by Istvan Szabo, Ifj
Co-written by Istvan Szabo, Ifj & Orlanda Szabo
Edited by Orlanda Szabo

Comments and suggestions are always welcome from our fans, those who are soon to be and all those curious souls who see life just a little different from most.

E launch: November 11, 2011

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Orlanda Szabo

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