The Afterlife Academy

This is the article on the entire Afterlife Academy universe. If you were looking for the books, go here for: The Afterlife Academy: Valkyrie and The Heir Of The East.

The Afterlife Academy is an institute dedicated to the aftercare of human souls. It’s strictly for elementals and has six different courses.

  • Valkyrie
  • Shinigami
  • Reaper
  • Angel
  • Guardian
  • Banshee

Find out here which Afterlife course is best suited for you!


Currently, there are three different stories ongoing in the Afterlife Academy universe.

The Afterlife Academy: Valkyrie (ongoing)


Her dream comes at the price of human souls.

Ylva has always wanted to become a Valkyrie, and now she’s enrolled in her first year at Afterlife Academy, she’s getting her chance. But nothing is simple about bringing souls to Valhalla and she soon finds herself embroiled in ancient rivalries and new friendships.

With more human souls in need of collection than ever before, Ylva and her classmates are about to get a crash course in death.

Valkyrie 101 is book one of the Afterlife Academy: Valkyrie, an urban fantasy academy series with a lesbian romance.

The Afterlife Academy specialises in teaching paranormals how to help human souls pass onto the next phase, whether that’s by guiding them gently, preparing them for rebirth, or cutting them loose with a scythe.

Part of becoming a Valkyrie includes learning how to:
– Open the gates of Valhalla
– Train your pet wolf
– Harvest a soul
– Earn wings
– Die and come back from it

For more information and trivia on this series, read The Afterlife Academy: Valkyrie

The Heir Of The East


Brynhild is on track to graduate as the star Valkyrie of her class, a choice that was made for her. She’s never had much reason to rebel until a new Banshee teacher starts at the Afterlife Academy and shows her a glimpse of a different life.

Between Bryn’s preconceptions and Thea’s Banshee Oath of Silence, even a simple hello isn’t simple.


Bryn and Thea communicate through Banshee Sign language, which is based on various existing sign languages. As such, some of their ‘dialogue’ is tagged differently.

For more on the series: The Heir Of The East