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Sunday, April 30, 2017

A Daughter's Curse Book Tour + Interview



About the Book

Title: A Daughter’s Curse
Author: C.J. Davidson
Genre: YA Fantasy
When Brisnay discovers that she is a part of a fantasy world and
meets Nickolaus, her miserable life takes a turn for the better. A world where anything is possible becomes her refuge and sparks fly between her and Nickolaus. Just when she thinks she knows everything about the realm she was thrust into, she uncovers shocking truths that rattle her to the core.
Betrayal. Hate. Envy. Deceit. Vengeance. Retribution. These are some of the things that Brisnay must face to fight a powerful, unknown enemy who is out to destroy her and strip her of the powers she’s rightfully inherited.
Brisnay realizes that she has no choice but to take a stand and must get revenge by fighting for the right to love.
A Daughter’s Curse: The Queen of Water’s Forbidden Love is a story of survival…and a forbidden love that will not be denied, despite all obstacles.

Interview:



1.) What inspired you to write this story?

When I first came up with the fantasy world contained in the book, it wasn't as the plot for a novel. I created the mystical world years ago to escape a difficult childhood. It is my belief that no one should have to feel unsafe, living life on the edge, wondering when they are going to get hurt. Sleeping with one eye open is the worst feeling in the world. Fear that catches in your throat paralyzes your whole body. Living life like that hurts, and it comes with consequences. I know. I just want to get my message across to those that are suffering now, to let them know imagination is a powerful thing. I decided to do this through a book. That's why I dedicated this novel to those affected by domestic violence. I think a lot of people will relate to my characters. The book includes a bad character who abuses Brisnay, the mother who is scared to leave the father, the girl who wants to leave but won't leave her mother behind, and a forbidden love. Ultimately, "A Daughter's Cuse" is a story of survival and a forbidden love that will not be denied, despite obstacles.

2.) Which character do you feel more like or more connected to?

I feel more connected to Brisnay, because she deals with situations similar to me and my youth. Brisnay is taken away from her parents and suddenly she's thrown into this whole new world, realism that she didn't know existed. This is what foster children who are older and sheltered go through, that's what I went through. You're so sheltered, you're only allowed to go to the store once a month, school, and then work. When child services removes a you from a situation like that, it's a whole new world. It hits you in the face, the littlest things like going to the movies- you didn't know existed. People who are suffering abuse like Brisnay will feel connected to her and will empathize with her, more when the book describes how broken she feels.

3.) We're do you like to write?

I like to write in coffee shops or universities surrounded by people. If it happens to be raining, I like to write beside a window on a high floor. It is soothing to me and I can concentrate more.

4.) Do you have a favorite drink you have when writting? 

I always drink Starbucks. I mean, who wouldn't?

5.) Any new projects coming up?

Currently working on the sequel of "A Daughter's Curse."


Author Bio

Today, I am married and have four children. Their names are Dluce, Marin, Carlos, and Isabella. I work as Branch Manager at a financial institution. I couldn’t be happier with what I have accomplished so far.
My next step is to somehow help those affected by domestic violence. What hurts the most, is when children are in the middle of it. It is my belief that no one should have to feel unsafe, living life on the edge, wondering when they are going to get hurt. Sleeping with one eye open is the worst feeling in the world. Fear that catches in your throat paralyzes your whole body. Living life like that hurts and it comes with consequences. I know.

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