Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Patricia Josephine on Nephilims

There is only one path.

Born mortal along with his three brothers, Michael is an Archangel with a specific role: hunt fallen angels and send them back to Hell. He is determined in his mission, never straying from his appointed path, until he meets Lake Divine, and discovers there may be more to his beliefs than blind duty.

But Lake is not who he seems. Offspring of a human and a fallen angel, a Nephilim, Lake must choose his own destiny: give in to the coldness and embrace the dark, or seek the light and rise above the sins of his father.

Two paths lay before them, but only one has the potential to destroy them both.

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About the Author:
Patricia Josephine never set out to become a writer. In fact, she never considered it an option during high school and college. She was all about art. On a whim, she wrote down a story bouncing in her head. That was the start of it and she hasn't regretted a moment. She writes young adult under the name Patricia Lynne.

Patricia lives with her husband in Michigan, hopes one day to have what will resemble a small petting zoo, has a fondness for dying her hair the colors of the rainbow, and an obsession with Doctor Who.


Patricia on Nephilims

I forget how I stumbled upon nephilims for the story. They just seem like something everyone should know what they are. The offspring of “the sons of God” and “the daughters of man” according to Genisis 6:4. (Although in my story, it isn’t just sons of God getting busy with daughters of man.) The name is also used to reference giants who inhabited Canaan. I’ve seen them in other stories. Recently, I read the first book in a series called “The Nephilim Chronicles”. Nephilims seem to fascinate us.

Why is that?

Maybe it’s because they are part human so we relate to them better than angels, fallen or not. Or we like the idea of being human but having amazing powers, and sometimes, wings. I know I wouldn’t complain about wings. Well, maybe a little. Zade did point out in Michael that they were bulky and caused accidents. Flying isn’t as easy as Joe would attest. He broke his leg trying to fly. It could be we all dream of escaping our normal lives. Finding out we are something more is a fantasy that temps us all.

Either way, nephilims are fascinating creatures. They have much potential for adventure that we find them hard to resist. What do you think is the appeal of nephilims?


  1. we should buy the book just for the author's beautiful smile :)

  2. It's probably the mixture, that one could be both human and angel. (God, however, didn't like the idea.)
    Congratulations, Patricia!

  3. I agree about nephilims being fascinating. There's a series I started reading a while back that featured them, and it's a lot of fun to see what kind of drama this causes for the characters!

  4. @E. Mac, I think that's a fine reason to get my book. =D

    @Alex, thanks Alex.

    @Heather, I've read a few series with them. That's probably why I can't quite pinpoint how I learned about them.

    ~Patricia Lynne aka Patricia Josephine~
    Patricia Lynne, Indie Author

  5. I think you made a good point, that the part human aspect makes them easy to relate to, but they're also fascinating because they're different from us.

    Congrats on the book, Patricia! Also, your hair is awesome in that picture. :)

  6. Yay for Patricia! Thanks to everyone for popping in today. :)

  7. @Shelley, thanks! It's still pink, but very faded. Going to have to get a new color soon.

    @Christine, thanks for hosting me and Michael.


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