One thousand years have passed since elves freed mankind from slavery – and one hundred since that kindness was betrayed…

What readers are saying about S. J. Pow’s, ‘The Calling’: “A real page turner, I couldn’t put it down.” * “I fell in love with characters and in love with the world.” * “It rolled like a movie in my mind, brilliantly done.” * “Well written, funny, exciting, fast-paced, I want more!” * “I absolutely loved this book.”

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My new book ‘The Calling’. Book One of ‘The Black Pearl of Sacrifice’ is now available on Amazon. For more details on the book check here. Or if you already know you want it you can go straight to Amazon and get it here.

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It would be a huge aid in helping me raise money for the ongoing medical expenses in treating my sometimes debilitating condition called Pudendal Nerve Entrapment. (Blog posts with tips for helping to reduce chronic pain coming soon).

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Short Bio

I began writing poetry when I was sixteen and my first novel when I was eleven. Unfortunately in school I was sent to the office on more than one occasion for reading novels under my desk and I never lost that passion for reading.

Prior to my condition escalating I had worked as an office administrator, retail assistant, child care worker, kitchen hand and waitress. I live in Sydney, Australia, with my wonderful husband Sean.

If you are curious to know more I have an extended bio consisting of ‘A Few Of My Favourite Things’, and ‘My Goals & Heroes’.