Author spotlight time!
Please meet Gabrielle Grey...
Gabrielle Grey is the author of the When the Fires Broke Through series. Currently, she attends the University of North Carolina at Charlotte for her MA in History. When she isn’t writing and researching, she loves playing the Elder Scrolls Online, watching anime, and scrolling endlessly through Twitter.
Growing up in a creative and expressive household allowed Gabrielle to become interested in several different hobbies, one of which is writing. She has been writing since she was a young girl, and in 2014, at 18 years old, she began a new story – A Death at Dawn.
A feudalistic world, embedded for centuries within the continent of Mystos is falling apart. Peasant uprisings, political and religious scheming from the academia, and the highborn’s lust for power are the causes for this political downfall in Mystos. A DEATH AT DAWN is the first book of an epic fantasy series that follows various characters, each going through their own journey during a time of civil turmoil.
In the middle of the chaos is the ruling family of the Mountain Realm, House Wayward; a racially mixed family, dealing with their own inner conflicts. However, when tragedy strikes House Wayward, instead of rallying together, the members split apart and strategize for their own advantage, even if that means taking each other down.
This story gives the perspective of the people directly affected by these events. As some begin to experience adolescence, other older characters experience a taste of power, misery, deception, and insanity. Within the series, each character has to make decisions that not only affect their lives, but the lives around them, making many question if they are the true hero of this series. Book one sets up the journey that these characters will experience during the series.
Some important things you should know about Gabrielle before you go...
Ketchup or Mayo? Ranch!
Night or Day? Night
Inside or Outside? Inside, although right now I could really go for some time outside.
Dogs or Cats? Dogs
Twitter or Facebook? Twitter
Ebook or Paperback? Paperback
Sun or Rain? Rain
Keyboard or Pencil & Notebook? To plan pencil and notebook. To write keyboard.
Comedy or Drama? I love comedies, but my novel is a drama.
Chips or Chocolate? Chocolate! I love sweets.
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