Enter the world of W C Hill.
Australian inspired fantasy with a hint of science. Explore Pagui for a world outside of expectations.
Called Pagui by the Doir, Phyrria by the Dragons, the world was born of daydreams and a lazy childhood.
A world where magic and technology co-exist, where history didn’t stop in the middle-ages, and where non-European continents dominate the setting, Pagui is waiting for you.
Autumn is coming to a close here in Australia, and the cold weather is ramping up accordingly. Temperatures have dropped and mornings are getting much more difficult.… Read more “Mid-May”
Food from fantasy. This month I bring you Clams in Cream and White Wine, which made an appearance in the short story Barra Road Books posted May 2017. Click… Read more “NEW RECIPE: Clams in Cream and White Wine”
Autumn continues to be mild and delightful here in South-East Queensland, and my gardens are enjoying the late rains even if the dog does not. This month… Read more “Mid-April”
June 2018 will see the addition of a “Greenhouse” page to the Extras, along with the first flora fact-sheet.
W C Hill is a pseudonymous Australian writer.
As a child she entertained herself and her family with nonsense tales, which have grown over the years into an extended fantasy world. She now faces the task of distilling those rainy afternoon distractions into a cohesive body of work.