“Jamieson Wolf is a gifted writer!”Kelley Armstrong, New York Times bestselling author of the Women of the Otherworld series
I hope everyone is staying well and staying safe. Please take care of yourselves and those you love. I’m sending sparkles for everyone that needs them.
During this time, reading and writing have been such a comfort to me. They’ve brought me joy when there was none, offered me distraction when I was in need and helped me to travel to far off places when I was unable to leave the house.
My newest release is my new book of poems Covidly Speaking. It’s been so long since I’ve published a new collection of poems and I’m so thrilled to be able to share this new collection with you. I do hope the poems bring you light so that you can see in the dark.
Stay safe and stay well!
The poems in this collection were written during the first two years of the covid pandemic.
They contain a range of emotions including confusion, anger, pain and upset, yet they also contain light, love, hope and laughter. Life during the covid pandemic has been about finding balance, despite the imbalance of the world.
Go on a journey and discover how hope and love can conquer even the darkest of times. Sometimes, even when we’re alone, we’re stronger together.
After a schism renders the world unrecognizable, Magic comes out into the open.
Bane is a Supernatural who works for the Clocktower, the organization that is supposed to protect mortals from themselves. Jackson is able to teleport long distances and is also a clairvoyant, something that no mortal should be able to do. That’s the least of their troubles, however. Sparks fly when they meet, even if relationships between mortals and Supernaturals are frowned upon.
When they learn that the Clocktower is keeping mortals and Supernaturals prisoner, Bane knows that they will have to go against the Clocktower in order to break them free… but will they break themselves in the process?
It’s Christmas time in Ottawa.
Captain Maven is a superhero with a broken heart. After a bad breakup, he hasn’t been himself. The other superheroes in their group have been worried about him, but all he can do lately is look into his cup of power and remember what used to be. Finley, who controls fire, tells Maven to call his ex, but Maven knows that he can’t do that. He’d rather be miserable, even if it is Christmas.
When the nefarious Cracklepuss starts to kidnap children, they all know that they don’t have much time. However, this time Cracklepuss is not acting alone. There is a man that walks in the shadows, thankfully Captain Maven seems to have drawn the shadow man’s attention. When the shadow man endangers Gregory, Captain Maven’s ex boyfriend, Maven knows that their time is limited.
Can they save Gregory, find the shadow man and rescue children and the city of Ottawa from oblivion all before Christmas? A superheroes job is never done!