A vampire tale with a heady mix of defiance and doubt, rebellion and romance Kirkus ReviewsIn the Vampire Stratocracy of Cain, human blood is scarce For centuries, councils have sought to assuage the blood shortage by enslaving and breeding humans, turning them into profitable supply units for the rich and the abled Today, eighteen year old Wavorly Sterling is officially a supply unit, bound to serve her blood willingly to her master for the rest of her life One of only few humans that was not bred in Cain, Wavorly knows freedom better than anyone, and she is determined to escape the clutches of her oppressors, even if by the hands of death But surprises lay beyond every certainty, and within every doubt Where Wavorly s hatred for both vampires and her enslavement once flowed free as blood, it merely trickles as she grows to admire her reserved, yet receptive master and savior, Anton Zein Although warmed by comforts never felt before, danger still lurks in the castle, and a prophecy calls from beyond the walls of a lavender gate concealing the horrific secrets lodged between handsome smirks and cinereous eyes It will take everything within Wavorly to face her fears and her doubts to harness the truth of her past despite what that means for her future The only question is, will she Set in a richly detailed world of fantasy, A Violet Fire is a gripping journey filled with passion, betrayal, lies, and the encouragement we all need to take a stand for our freedom no matter the cost. Free Read A Violet Fire (Vampires in Avignon, #1) [ Author ] Kelsey Quick [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – bluevapours.co.uk
Interested in A Violet Fire Check it out before everyone else A Violet Fire First Chapter Book TrailerKelsey Quick never thought she was a writer until she stumbled upon the world of fanfiction just four years ago Within 6 months, she had written 150k words and garnered a modest following filled with her people People that not only understood her, but encouraged her to do what once was the impossible write the story that had been on her mind for nearly a decade A Violet Fire What Kelsey thought she would be, however, is a manga artist, and spent most of her college years and early twenties trying to achieve that dream Even though it didn t happen, those artistic skills served her well in other aspects of her life, namely in book covers and character cards Here are two of the character cards that she designed, drew, and colored herself Did you know Kelsey Quick is self published, butthan that, she did everything in the book process herself, including designing covers, editing, publishing through the distributor IngramSpark, and marketing.Most importantly, however, she RESEARCHED Cool facts about A Violet Fire from the author 1 My debut novel, A Violet Fire, originally started as a manga Japanese comic book I drew manga from the age of 11 until I was 22 and so desperately wanted to be a manga anime artist that I actually studied abroad in Japan and placed a short story in front of an editor they rejected, but HEY, at least I can say I tried 2 I came up with the idea for A Violet Fire while reading Vampire Knight by Matsuri Hino in early 2007 While I was working on my manga panels for it in math class because screw math , a friend tapped me on my shoulder and asked if I had read this book she was holding It was Twilight by Stephenie Meyer and no, I had never even heard of it Once she told me how popular and good it was, I knew it then, I d missed my window CURSE BEING 15 YEARS OLD DURING THE VAMPIRE CRAZE 3 A Violet Fire is my very first manuscript I have ever written Thank you for reading about me and reading my debut novel I don t do this for money as I have a very satisfying day job I do it to share my ideas with people who are also searching for an escape from mundane reality.
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