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return restored their powers, which had been spent in a cataclysmic
battle with the Titans. With the ancient deities imprisoned in
Tartarus, the Olympians now reside in Néo Vasíleio, formerly known
creatures and rogue scions as part of Ares’s elite military force. As
he struggles to cope with his violent powers and the scars of a
traumatic childhood, Derek tries to keep the two vows he has made:
protect his brother, and never kill a human again.
Athena’s control—by threatening Liam’s life—Derek chooses to go
after the scions in order to save his brother and keep his promise to himself.
orders are part of a deeper conspiracy that put him at odds with his
mission and his conscience. Athena may not be the enemy, a traitor
could be in their midst, and the Titans could be closer to freedom
Interview with the Author
What can we expect from you in the future?
2018 was a busy year for me, and I’m hoping that 2019 will continue to be so. I’m thrilled to release Hunt of the Gods, and I plan on writing the first book of a young adult fantasy that I’ll send to literary agents in hopes of having it bought and maybe published. I’ll also be working on the third book in the Areios Brothers series. Lastly, I’ll be looking at possibly re-releasing a collection of horror stories from my early publishing days now that some of the rights have returned to me, as well as my standalone story Path of the Horseman. I’m not planning on getting all of this done this year, and will be focusing on the first two projects more than the others.
Do you have any “side stories” about the characters?
I do! There will be a mini story included in Hunt of the Gods told from Selena’s perspective, as well as a collection of stories from Selena and Liam’s POV’s that will be released in an anthology, but I have no idea when the release date will be.
When did you first consider yourself a writer?
I suppose it was when I had my first short story published by a small publishing house called Mocha Memoirs Press. It was a story about a necromancer who gets roped into working for the mafia to raise a ghost assassin. In the grand scheme of things, it’s not much, but it was the first time I considered myself a professional.
around monsters, magic, mythology, and mayhem. She started writing in
her early teens, and never stopped. She loves building unique worlds
filled with fun characters and intense action. She is an active
member of the Weekend Writing Warrior community.
gaming, struggling with chocoholism and ice cream addiction, and
diving headfirst into danger in Dungeons & Dragons campaigns
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