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Julia Kaye

Riviera, Arizona, United States

Email: julia@diranda.com

Home page: http://www.diranda.com/julia/

Award Winning Arizona author Julia Kaye has been writing science fiction, fantasy and erotica for over ten years, though it's only been in the last year she has found a home for her Dirandan Chronicles novels and other stories in the electronic publishing industry. It's an industry she has taken to with a passion and her Dirandan Chronicles have become what she had always hoped for: beloved by readers.

"My main reason for writing is the story. I want to tell a story I would be interested in reading, with characters I think are interesting and have stories that need to be told. I want readers to love my worlds as much as I do and I think there is a real interest in the kinds of stories I love to tell. That's why I got into the publishing business in the first place, because I had stories I wanted to share."

Julia is a member of EPIC, The Erotic Authors Association, The Dark Romance Writers and is the Northwestern Arizona Liason for National Novel Writing Month. She is a house writer for eXtasy Books and a freelance fiction and non-fiction editor. She is a shamanic Wiccan and has been practicing since 1992. Her work will be appearing in Llewellyn's 2008 magickal annuals (Magical Almanac, Witches Almanac). She is a confirmed Lokian and a Priestess of Bast. She holds a ministerial ordination through the Universal Life Church and is a professional Tarot reader.

She lives in Northwestern Arizona with her husband and two children.

Interests: Crochet, bead & jewelry making, writing, paganism & wicca, reading romance novels, candle collecting, jewelry collecting, gemstones.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • Peacekeeper
  • Arcadia
  • Diranda: Tales from the Fifth Quadrant
  • Ravished
  • The Abyss
  • Enticed!
  • Daughter of the Shadows
  • Nonfiction

  • What is Wicca? A Guide to Witchcraft for Writers