Wendy Gillissen (Delft, 1969) has always been fascinated by dreams and the supernatural.
After graduating in Clinical Psychology, she specialized in dreamwork and past life therapy.
She taught her first course in dreamwork in 1998.
The urge to write and her love for the world of castles, elves and ghosts stem from the time she was five years old and her parents first took her to the ancient hills of England, Scotland and Wales.
After an inspiring visit to the Greek island of Kefalonia in 2005, Wendy began writing Curse of the Tahiéra.
Initially, Curse of the Tahiéra began life as a short story but when Yldich walked into the tale of his own accord, it became clear Wendy had something else on her hands altogether.
For months, Rom and Yldich kept her busy with their adventures, springing scenes from the story on her at the oddest times, and soon it felt as if she was actually sharing her house with them.
Altough a little overwhelming, the process of writing proved amazingly inspiring and as she was completing the first book, ideas for a sequel already came flooding in.
While Wendy was working on the sequel, The Search for Tzanáta, the English edition of Curse of the Tahiéra was published by Booklocker
In 2007 Wendy became a member of OBOD, the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. She currently takes the bardic course.
In her spare time Wendy plays the Celtic harp.