#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: Victoria J. Price

Victoria J. Price

Victoria lives on England’s breathtaking south coast. She loves fairy tales, myths and legends, and grew up creating stories both in words and pictures. When she’s not writing you’ll find her exploring with her husband and their two dogs, searching for beautiful hidden places and secret picnic spots.

I love to write because I love to read. I love reading for how it can carry you away into the middle of the night, turning page after page until you find out what happens next. For that sensation of letting your eyes adjust to reality as you peel them away from your book. For how every thought after The End echoes in your thoughts in the voice of the protagonist. For magic. For other worlds. For love and loss and friendship and what it means to come together, to fight for something. I dream of writing stories like that, so I put pen to paper and try to write them.

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The Third Sun

The sun is dying, the windows to Earth are closing. Time is running out.

After the death of her sister, eighteen-year-old Fia Aldridge knows one thing for certain: she doesn’t belong anywhere. But then she tumbles into the parallel world of Ohinyan—a world where angels and witches walk amongst mankind.

An ancient darkness is taking advantage of the dying sun, and Ohinyan needs Fia’s help. She soon learns that her arrival is not entirely by accident and that Alexander, leader of angels, is not the guardian she thought he was.

Torn between their feelings and their duties, together they must find a way to return Fia to London before the darkness consumes her and she is trapped in Ohinyan forever.

A richly woven tale drawing on ancient myths and legends. Fans of elemental magic, witches, shapeshifters and portal fantasy will devour the Third Sun: Daughter of the Phoenix Book One.

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