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Author Spotlight B.L. Marsh



Author PhotoB. L. Marsh has been writing and telling stories her entire life. She is a music teacher, guest lecturer and runs Masterclasses. Her academic research is focused on the L’homme arme tradition, the Dead Sea Scrolls, chant transmission in the Medieval and Renaissance, and Gnostic and Kabbalah history.

Her passion for spirituality, mythology and developing her relationship with God are parts of her Rule of Life. In her reading of the Bible and other extra-biblical texts however, she began to daydream about the characters, about how life was back then, and how cool it would have been to walk in the Garden with God.

Her stories weave a new mythology revolving around Genesis.

When she is not writing or teaching, she spends her days hanging out with five of the coolest boys on the planet and at night can be found doing completely ridiculous things like reading Joseph Campbell and Jane Austin and watching the same 3 movies on TV.


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What if you discovered there was “time” before time began? What if everything you thought was true, was not? What if there was a beginning before “In the beginning”; another story unfolding within our time, steeped in loss, love, betrayal, and secrets.

Welcome to Eden where magic was born, trees are gateways to other realms and angels aren’t what you think they are. Meet Lilith. A young girl with an incredible story. One she isn’t supposed to know much less tell. Meet Sagan. A man without past and powers who rival Lilith’s. Will he be able to help her find out her past and discover his own in the process?

Go back in time. Back to the garden. Experience the magic of the creation, the wonder of nature and the betrayal that destroyed it all.




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Faith is the ultimate








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Imagine a world where vampires exist, but everything you knew about them was wrong? Imagine a world full of secrets, but you had a secret you couldn’t tell anyone. Imagine a world where prophecies exist, but you find out the safety of a nation will possibly kill you?

The time has come for Emma MacLaughlin to make a decision. It’s the night of Lilith’s wedding and the pain has become too great. No longer able to heal herself fully, Emma walks away from the beautiful ceremony in tears.

Emerson McIntyre watches as the only woman he’s ever loved walks away, crying. Torn between pride and self-doubt, Emerson lets her go. The pull to her is strong, but the whispers from the darkness are greater.

Experience the pain of deception, the healing of forgiveness, the light of redemption and the faith that overcome it all. The darkness is coming. Where will you be when the secret is revealed?





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The Lilith Scroll by BL Marsh

Character Spotlight: Abbaddon



Abbaddon waved his palm over the stones.
“Ostende te ad me!” His voice commanded.
The stones seemed to resist his command, shaking as if they would break apart in any moment. Slowly but surely, the stones began to glow in the ancient script of the heavens. Line upon line scrolling around the stone in an intricate knot pattern spoke of what Adra said. The author of the carvings indeed told of a creation of beings called the Annakim. Creatures of the most elegant beauty and purity who were cursed to crave the lives of Others, but were not allowed to touch or be touched by any person or being without dying themselves. Each one was bound to live eternally, but could only marry another race. It was the very definition of a conudruum. How were they to marry if they could touch anyone? How were they to satisfy their hunger if they could touch life without agony?
“These are not my words. I am not this cruel. You must believe me, Adra. I would never curse a race in this manner.” Adra had walked away while he was reading the stones. She didn’t want to see the look on his face if it was true.
“Have you read them all?” She whispered.
He turned back to the stone on the right. The one with the giant orb of the stars upon it. His breath caught as he read, what he already suspected to be true.
And the Annakim will be damned until the Destroyer wakes and fulfills his purpose of eradicating them. For he made them out of haste and will remove them to bring balance to the universe.
“NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!” He cried out to the heavens.
“Every action has a consequence. You stole that which was not yours. You created this flawed world, and me and my people. I was destined to save you, so that you may kill me. You have only had a few moments to prepare for this. I have had my entire life and so have my people. But I beg you. Please be swift. Do not drag out our suffering. We have suffered enough. Not all of us are immortal.” Adra spoke elegantly, letting the tears silently stream down her cheek.
“There has to be another way. I did not decree this. I would never do this to you! I will not kill you!” Abbaddon was panicking. The thunder was growing closer. As the first rain drops fell he knew what must be done. Never had it been attempted before. No one had written or prophesied about the Destroyer giving up his life for another. Why would he destroy himself? He didn’t think it could even be done, but he would do anything for the woman standing before him. She was his redemption.