P J Roscoe is the author of several novels, and historical articles published in ‘Country Quest’, a Wales & Border magazine. A Chakradance and drumming facilitator and a qualified counsellor and therapist, she is also a clairvoyant, and it is these experiences that have helped to shape her stories.
Also by Paula:
Her novel Echoes won the e-book category in the 2013 Paris book festival and Honourable mentions in the New England 2012 and London 2014 book festivals.
Adventures of Faerie-folk – this collection of faerie stories for young children has won an Honourable Mention in the Amsterdam book awards in the Children’s books section.
What would a parent do to save their child? Fight the dead? Defy the gods?
Helen Gunn moves to the Wirral, an area of England rich in ancient history, with her estranged husband and their three year old daughter Charlotte, in the hope of saving their marriage. When Charlotte starts talking to an imaginary friend and dark shadows threaten the family, Helen must face a parent’s worst nightmare and save her child.
The Viking Einaar brought his family to England to farm the land and live in peace, but a sickness walks among his people and his child is blamed. Einaar had never questioned the old gods, until now.
An archaeological dig has unearthed a forgotten village. The gods have awoken.
When a young woman who has been missing for months, turns up battered and bloodied, lying next to a headless corpse, the police are convinced that she is the killer – but why? The only clue is the murder weapon, an ancient sword dating from the 6th century, that has police and historians baffled. Refusing to talk, Emily is sent to a psychiatric
hospital for her own safety.
Dr Marian Griffiths is determined to get ahead in her career, and sees Emily as a way of doing that. Using hypnotherapy, she finally has a breakthrough and Emily begins to talk; but the story that unfolds couldn’t possibly be true – could it?
Would you give up your life, for love?
Interview with “Artorius”, of Between Worlds
Where Rivers Meet
Abigail Lloyd, a talented, grief-stricken young artist, returns to the Welsh village where she had spent many happy years with her beloved Nan. A home where she had always felt loved and safe. A place where she hoped she could begin her life again and find her own destiny; but on her return, she also finds secrets that were long forgotten, locked away in an old chest. Secrets from her childhood that will push her beliefs to the limit.
Cain is in love with a woman he knows he can never possess, Abigail. He has watched her grow into a beautiful young woman, but in his harsh world, she could never survive. He has never questioned the dark tunnel that allows him glimpses of another time because it led him to her. It was their destiny to meet.
Set amongst the Welsh mountains and the ruthless reality of the copper mines where life is in the hands of the elements, and injury, starvation, and death are stark reminders of the time, ‘Where River’s meet’ is supernatural/historical fiction.
The Diary of Margery Blake
A terrifying prospect for the young, strong-minded woman, Margery Blake must face an arranged marriage to a man she barely knows. Realizing she is nothing more than a pawn in her family’s politics, Margery has no power, no voice, and no rights. What transpires is worse than anything Margery could ever have imagined. Alone and vulnerable, Margery writes her secret diary and records a truth of the 19th century, seen through the eyes of a victim.
Adventures of Faerie Folk:
Annabelle and the Strawberry Faerie, and The Magic Comb
The first two stories in the Faerie collection.
Each story teaches children morals and how to live in harmony with each other and nature – or there will be consequences!
“Our World can be a truly magical place, if we only have the courage to look.”
The Faerie Perfume, and The Rose Faerie
The second collection of faerie stories that teach children how to live in the world with positivity and love – or something will smell bad!
In the Faerie Perfume, after he receives faerie perfume as a reward for a good deed, people around Sam smile to recognise their favourite smells. But the perfume is picking up its aroma from the soul of the wearer, and when his grumpy father accidentally gets some on his own skin, the smell turns to a terrible stench … In The Rose Fairy, the Faerie Folk learn that true beauty is in deeds not appearance, as through kindness and dedication scruffy Faerie Meggy Mog succeeds where they have all failed, and the neglected roses bloom again.
Clare and the Apple Faerie, and The Bad Troll
In this third book in the Adventures of Faerie Folk series, Clare must learn how to share or she will never have the pleasure of tasting the apples in her garden; and the Bad Troll must show kindness to the villagers before it is too late.
Jack and the Snowdrop Faerie and William Walnut
In this Fourth Volume of the Adventures of Faerie Folk series, we find Jack who loves winter so much that he is willing to do something very naughty to try and stop spring from coming. We also meet William Walnut who must learn to be proud of what he does and find the balance of life, before it’s too late.
PAULA IS ALSO A VOICE ACTOR READING AUDIO BOOKS
Freya’s Child sample for CCP.mp3