Welcome to my home on the internet!

On this site you can learn about the books that I’ve written so far: about Hilda the Wicked Witch, Lily Marin the singer with a dark alter ego (Steampunk), and several Science Fiction titles I have released so far. And if you want to know more about what’s happening, there is always my weblog and the convenient menu bar at the top of each page.

My latest publications:

Hilda 14 - Phargene Who Killed the Clow 320 Hilda - Raggedsock
Hilda – Phargene

Published: 9 November 2014

When Baba Yaga pays a visit to her family in the faraway country that they moved back to, she finds that something is wrong. An arrow with a partly distorted message is enough to call her magical friends into action, complete with brooms and cats.
Hilda and William are up for another adventure, now facing all kinds of strange creatures that they’ve never heard of and probably never want to encounter again. Join the magical duo for a voyage to mountains, icy fields and the hunt for phargene…

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Who killed the clown?

Published: 13 December 2014

Lester Jones isn’t your usual detective. He’s a Pagan and sometimes resorts to less common ways to solve his assignments. Lester also isn’t a famous, well-known detective, which is reflected by his lack of clientèle and his financial state. Until one day a client asks him to locate a missing person. This is the beginning of a hunt for a lady and for the answer to the question “Who killed the clown?” The road to this answer leads Lester past many people and places, along which he also had to admit his love for someone special.

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Hilda – Raggedsock

Published: 16 May 2015

From the distant land of Nihon a visitor comes by Hilda’s and Wiliam’s door. An almost similar one visits someone else in Fairy land. This is bound to become the start of a new adventure for the wicked witch and her wizardly companion. A journey brings them to ice, monsters and people with axes and swords. After Raggedsock your life will not be the same any more!

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One thought on “Welcome!

  1. Dear Paul, Several things in the article in the “Gelderlander” excited my interest and I share some of your qalities. English always has been easy
    on me so that I saythat I probably lived in England in a previous life. Also
    I write easily but I never wrote a book. I did translate an English book . It is mainly about Albert Schweitzer and it is written by a friend of mine whom
    I met in Tanzania when both working there. If you are interested I can mail
    it to you. I hope you’ll find time to answer me. Greetings Octavie

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