After a century of running – leaving both her creator and confidant behind – she finally found someone worth stopping for.
Luna never thought that she could have a normal human life again but with the help of her best friend, Hazel, she manages to regain something she lost in 1619.
She has a steady job, a stable home and a beautiful wife…
But despite being four hundred years old, there are some things that she will never understand.
Humans are weak.
The strongest relationships can crumble.
Time is precious.
What will happen when the Fledgling suddenly loses everything that she has worked so hard to obtain?
Can a starving Vampire really be trusted?
Is Hazel strong enough to prevent a bloody massacre?
** Reader discretion is advised due to strong language and triggering situations of a sexual nature. **
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
It was inspired by a conversation I had with my partner nearly six years ago.
We were talking about Twilight and how as I got older, I couldn’t help but pick up on plot holes and various aspects which teenage me didn’t see as red flags. Instead of focusing on the weirdness of someone watching you sleep, the only thing he really struggled to accept was the whole ‘sparkling in the sunlight’ concept.
I tried my hardest to defend the creative choices that were made – “Do you know how hard it is to think of new ideas for something that’s been done at least a dozen times before?” – but the only positive that came from the discussion was the belief that I could maybe be the next person to re-invent vampires successfully.
The following day, I began writing Waning.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I first came up with my protagonist, Luna, when I was 8 after being given creative writing homework at school. Granted, she was little more than a name and collection of features back then, but as I grew up and began to write more, she grew with me.
The other characters all began as plot devices and gap fillers until the second re-write of the book. From there, they all began to take on a life of their own.
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