We Girls

Prepare to be captivated by We Girls, the exhilarating third novel in the Boy & Girl Saga. Peter faces an existential crossroad—should he maintain his androgynous ambiguity or bid farewell to his girlish self? Alongside Kate, they are thrust into unexpected challenges, forcing them to straddle the divide  between childhood and adulthood. With boundless creativity and a fierce spirit, they confront key issues often overlooked by adults. Join them on an empowering journey, where gender questions intertwine with unleashing the strength of girls. Discover the imaginative force of We Girls and claim your copy today.

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I recently started “We girls” and am almost at the end. It’s an extraordinary reading journey. Fortunately I have the sequel to follow… I hope you continue to amaze us with your prolific inspiration.Pascale Geizer (Piano Tuner)

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Chapter One
“Peter! The postman’s brought you a new dress,” Kate called out from the foot of the stairs. That she spoke Swiss German was no longer a problem. Peter had quickly picked up the local dialect in the six months since he arrived in Luzern. That she drew attention so openly to his dressing as a girl was more of a problem. Not because it was a secret. It wasn’t. But having it blared for all to hear embarrassed him. (…)

Chapter Two 
“What the hell was that about?” Tania asked, her hands on her hips, her eyes flashing.
“They want to force Peter to return to England,” Kate said sounding weary.
“No way!” Suzanne, one of the smallest and youngest, exclaimed, distressed. “Who’s gonna teach me healing?”
“Let them damn well try!” Tania added, flinging an arm around Peter’s shoulder as if to protect him. Everyone knew he was off limits but she wasn’t interested in him. It was just her way of baiting Kate. (…)

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More about the Boy & Girl Saga

Boy & Girl – Twelve-year-old Peter secretly dresses as a girl. Imagine his delight when he finds himself in the head of a girl. Yet, despite his wild hopes, that girl is not him. She’s Kaitling, the daughter of a mage in a beleaguered world. Peter has his own problems when a vicious new girl at school threatens to reveal his girly ways. Becoming friends, Kaitlin and Peter join forces to do battle with those who oppose them.

In Search of Lost Girls – Dressed as a girl, Peter sets out in search of his soul-mate Kate who has been ripped from his arms and kidnapped. In his quest, he is hounded by fanatics bent on eliminating those who mess with gender. Meanwhile, Kate has been dumped in a nightmarish girls’ orphanage where she emerges as a decisive figure in the rescue of her fellow orphans. Will the two ever be together again?

We Girls – Retain his androgynous ambiguity or say goodbye to his girlish self, such is the existential choice that besets Peter. Circumstances, however, force both him and Kate to take up other challenges. By straddling the line between child and adult, between carefree creativity and weighty responsibility, between play and work, they find imaginative ways to confront far-reaching problems on which adults persistently turn a blind eye.

Colourful People – What happens when a boy who dresses as a girl, but has no wish to transition, is confronted with a boisterous crowd of transgender youth in a desperate search for a safe haven? The fierce will to be themselves despite the determined opposition of society is common to both the Lost Girls and the Colourful People. Not surprising then that they join forces and advance together. (Currently being written)