Callum Wensley Mauseline
Callum is a performance poet and spoken word artist who writes predominantly about mental health, adopting a frank and open approach in the hope that others will be encouraged to do the same. As a prose writer Callum prefers to lean into the unreal, believing that more can be said about the state of our world if you point out the flaws in a world that no one has a pre-existing attachment to. He cites Douglas Adams and Carlos Ruiz Zafón as his inspirations for style and voice in Mauseline.
The Abarelle royal family is threatened and on the brink of being wiped out. Their only hope for survival is in the hands of the youngest daughter, Moss. But the day before the most important battle of this age, her magical powers are stripped from her by one of the six gods. Without her powers Moss cannot enter the battle and her brothers will surely perish. With everything falling apart at home Moss is taken to the Pantheon, the home of the gods, to end the War of the Six, to get her powers back, and to save her family.