Jolán Vajnbirg is an often reserved, yet occasionally outspoken young woman living in Kinsburgh, England. She has a relatively easy life living in her quiet England town. She has a full-ride swimming scholarship to the Churchill Military Academy. She has a strong mind, she has an athletic body and she has a loving family and caring friends. Even though her family has a modest income, Jolán makes the best of her situation and excels at anything she puts her focus towards.
As Jolán embarks upon her final year at the Churchill Military Academy, her life takes an unexpected turn. She has a quaint encounter with Colemund, the Prince of Gallia Belgica, and the two are literally a universal match created centuries ago. As Jolán begins the last year of her postsecondary studies, many changes occur. Jolán’s appearance changes, her senses become more acute, she finds a hidden relic, and she has several dreams which hint at her past and her future.
The sky world is steadily preparing Jolán for her future fate. Jolán will need her friends to help her battle the order of the hunters. The hunters have upset the universal balance of earth, and the hunters have upset the sky world.
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I am used to reading non-fiction history. Writing YA fiction provides an opportunity to relax the accurate details pertinent to writing on a topic related to non-fiction history.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
A writing routine is necessary for my creative development. Whether I write 100-words per day or 2,000-words per day, the routine makes it a habit. Once you develop a habit, then it is often hard to break.
Virginia Vayna was born in Dayton, Ohio. During 1999, she moved to Long Beach, California, where she lived on a sailboat for three years. She currently holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and she holds a Master of Social Science. Virginia enjoys writing historical fiction, fantasy, paranormal romance, mystery and YA. Her first book, The Hunters and the Queen, is the first book in her Element series.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I had a few storylines that popped in my head. One night, I had several dreams regarding a prince and a girl. The prince did not place importance on his royal title, and the girl did not like the superiority attached to the aristocracy; additionally, the prince dearly loved the girl. I enjoyed the relationship my dream shared between the prince and the girl, so I developed my own plot around the characters. The plot and the storyline took a few weeks to develop.
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