This book is bargain priced from 01/14/2014 until 01/15/2014
Happy endings are hard to find, and even though Katriona is in the middle of a war with someone who’s already stolen more than she can replace, she aches for a positive future with her Draíochtans.
Armed with hope, confidence in her abilities, and a strange new gift from her mother, Kate ventures into the Darkness to defeat a fallen god.
Losses add up, and new obstacles rise to stand in the way.
Is the one determined to bring Encardia light strong enough to keep fighting, or will all the sacrifices to stop those who seek domination be for nothing?
Targeted Age Group: 13+
Book Price: $0.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I haven’t written in many genres. Just recently I finished a real-world thriller, and the only difference in that book is that I was able to spend more time within the character’s mind and less time building a fantastical new world with political problems and new gods and such. I rather enjoyed the real-world book. 😉
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Don’t be afraid of edits. Someone once said, “There is no good writing, only good rewriting,” and this is a motto I stand by. That’s not to say you don’t have a nice first draft, but there’s nothing wrong with hunkering down and tearing your book apart.
Krystal Wade can be found in the sluglines outside Washington D.C. every morning, Monday through Friday. With coffee in hand, iPod plugged in, and strangers–who sometimes snore, smell, or have incredibly bad gas–sitting next to her, she zones out and thinks of fantastical worlds for you and me to read. How else can she cope with a fifty mile commute?
Good thing she has her husband and three kids to go home to. They keep her sane.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Well, one day I was sitting on my couch, and this image of a girl in a lush, green forest reaching out to touch something popped into my head. I couldn’t stop seeing this (yes, I realize how crazy this sounds). So eventually I wrote it down, and then I kept writing, writing, writing. I couldn’t stop. And Wilde’s Fire was born.