Royal House – Purple
Milcah was born to rule along side an evil mother. Milcah’s father was taken against his will and forced to give up his seed to produce a child with unimaginable powers. At a young age she was taken away from the only home she knows and forced to forget, again and again.
Raised by a detached stepmother, Milcah learned to depend on herself and her best friend, Mary for support. When Mary suggest a vacation, with a scenic route, to the Grand Canyon Milcah believes she is finally getting the chance to see outside her small town. Packing a few things and climbing into her old beat up car, she never imagined she would find a new side of herself.
Lost on a back road, Milcah meets her destiny in a small town named Beacon. When her mind is unlocked, she finds she has a past that will lead to the salvation or damnation of the world.
This is book one in The Witches Amulet series.
Author Interview Questions
1. What genre do you write? What draws you to that genre?
I write fantasy romance and love every second. When I first decided to write a novel I was trying to fit myself into the paranormal romance genre and it wasn’t working. I have three books started that, I hope, will never see the light of day.
I love fantasy because I can have characters who can only exist in a different reality. Gargoyles are creatures I think have been skipped over in romance but I am hoping to change that.
2. Which writers inspire you? What about them or their books?
I fell in love with Marjorie M. Liu and read anything she writes! She is an amazing fantasy writer and her series Dirk & Steele, rocks. She is the first author I read who actually wrote about gargoyles and did a great job doing it.
I want to bring readers a different type of hero who doesn’t become someone he isn’t.
3. When did you decide to become a writer?
I have always loved to write, I have many full notebooks lying around the house, but have never allowed anyone to read anything. It was only after I had been blogging for a year that an author asked me why I didn’t write my own book. I told her I didn’t think anyone would want to read what’s in my head. After a lot of encouragement I started my first book and found it quite fun.
4. Tell us about the cover/s and how it/they came about.
A wonderful cover artist did my first cover and at the time I loved. It was hard finding a cover with a black model, so this one worked. I have since gone back and talked to a graphic artist and seriously love what happening now. The new cover will have both characters present and be more geared towards fantasy.