Author Interview – Anna Soliveres

Anna Soliveres

Violet Storm (2014)

Violet Storm by Anna Soliveres

A brilliant surgeon known for his invention of Modi’s—the only cure for the deadly disease, vaincre—has gone rogue with his experiments, and the Monarchy is desperate to shut him down. That’s where Aeva Storm comes in, a champion athlete with an ego to match. Aeva is the surgeon’s secret weapon against the Monarchy. And they’ll never know what hit them. After reconstructing her body to become a Modi unlike any he’s ever created, Aeva is forced into a fight against all odds. She’ll have to break loyalties, hurt family, and turn her back on newly awakened love. Thousands of lives hang in the balance in a battle that will set forth a new era.

Join Aeva on her quest to see whether she’s got what it takes to go up against the most powerful humans ever created.

 

 

Anna Soliveres has always been a storyteller but it wasn’t until her early twenties when she began writing novel length works. The result was an enthusiasm to get better at the craft until her work could be shared with the world. Releasing in March 2014, VIOLET STORM is her debut novel. Anna is currently working on another young adult Sci-Fi series, titled SNOW DOLLS, set to release in late 2014.

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Describe your book in 5 words.

Augmented Human Weapon, Post-Apocalyptic

Your book’s dream cast. Go!

Aeva: Cyrstal Reed

Aeva: Cyrstal Reed

Ruven: Gaspar Ulliel

Ruven: Gaspar Ulliel

Karth: Brenton Thwaites

Karth: Brenton Thwaites

Surgeon: Eric Roberts

Surgeon: Eric Roberts

Monarch: Clive Owen

Monarch: Clive Owen

Tell us about your favorite place to write.

My favorite place to write is indoors on my laptop beside a large window, looking out to a thunderstorm (or any rainy day for that matter).

Ooh, who doesn’t love a good thunderstorm? Perfect for writers to write and readers to reader.

What was the last book you stayed up all night/late night to read?

I have to say, “The Fault in Our Stars”. Before that, only Harry Potter caused such enraptured reading. I just could NOT put those Harry Potter books down!

What is your favorite part about being a writer?

My favorite part is the process of building out a story. From the initial idea, to a story board, to discovering each new chapter and becoming intimately acquainted with the characters. The excitement never gets old!


Big thanks to Anna for taking the time to answer a few questions!

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