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How do you save someone who doesn’t want to be saved?
Those called to stand guard against the end are broken, and Sköll and Hati run free. Now Arionna Jacobs and Dace Matthews face a threat unlike any before. Ragnarök is coming and they aren’t strong enough to stop it.
Arionna thought she understood sacrifice, but she never counted on her destiny tearing Dace apart. Ever since she nearly died, he has been consumed with guilt. Now it threatens to turn him into the monster he always feared.
It’s up to Arionna to stop him before it’s too late, but the path to hell is paved with good intentions, and Dace is hurtling toward self destruction. This time, Arionna isn’t sure she can save him from himself. Can she convince him to let the past go, or is her true destiny to sacrifice her heart in exchange for the lives of the people she loves?
Targeted Age Group: 16+
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I think writing in the paranormal/fantasy genre is different because there are so many possibilities. Vampires, werewolves, shapeshifters, Gods, Goddesses… nothing is off limits, but you still have to know where to draw the line or you risk losing readers in a story that’s simply too unbelievable. Finding that line when dealing with so many fantastical and mythical elements is always a challenge!
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
A writer is never finished learning, growing, or improving. Learn how to take constructive criticism early on. Let it challenge you to do better and think bigger. And then write, write, write! So much of what goes into a story is learned through trial and error. You’ll make mistakes. Your writing will improve. But if you don’t actively work toward your writing goals every day, you’ll never meet them!
A.K. Morgen lives on a sprawling two and a half acre country lot in the heart of Arkansas with her childhood sweetheart and husband of nine years, and their four crazy pets. She graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor of Science degree in Forensic Psychology in 2009, and immediately entered graduate school. In 2012, Ayden completed her graduate degree in Criminal Justice and Law, once again graduating at the top of her class. Ayden now puts her education to use for the state of Arkansas, where she works for the Department of Human Services within the Division of Aging and Adult Services.
Ayden wrote her first story at the age of seven, and published her first book locally at the age of twelve. She’s written in a variety of genres since, and has published numerous poems and research articles over the years.
When she’s not writing, she spends her time teaching her nieces and nephews things their mothers wish they didn’t know, conspiring with her sister on new and inventive ways to drive her husband mad, dancing in the grocery store, building a spork army, and fundraising for nonprofits close to her heart. She’s a part-time volunteer coordinator for one of her favorite charities, and loves to spend her free time getting into mischief with her favorite partners-in-crime.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
FADE and FALL, the first two books in the Ragnarök Prophesies series, were inspired by my love of Norse mythology and a desire to see how some of my favorite characters from the myths would fare in modern times, fighting these epic battles in a world completely different than where the myths came to life. The series was also inspired by a desire to humanize not only these characters, but also the wolf, for an entirely new generation of readers.