A Bite of… Zelia from ‘Zelia’ by Zora Marie

Zelia is the heroine in the new novel just released by Zora Marie.

 

Q1: What is your happiest childhood memory?

Racing Alrindel across the pasture on Eadon’s horse, Starjaina, before being caught by Kion for not being at archery practice. I miss those days.

 

Q2: What do you love most about your magical powers?

I don’t- well, I guess if you consider understanding the animals to be a magical power, then I love the connection it allows me to have with all of the different animals.

 

Q3: Where in your world would you most like to settle down to live?

If there were no wizards or Darkans, I’d have to say Elyluma. I grew up there and that’s where my brother Alrindel calls home, but for now there are things that keep me from there.

 

Zora Marie in her own words:

I’ve not always been honest with myself or those around me, but I plan to change that. I have never been very truthful about what my home life was like as fear and having already been turned away once held me back. After writing for a year I found my voice once again, in part thanks to a friend that has been my guide in more than just writing.

Now that I am no longer bound by the people who would rather see the spirits of others crushed than to see them blossom, I am determined to reclaim my life and do the things that I love. Acting, writing, and creating art are all just pieces of the puzzle that make up who I am. The true me has been drowning without a word for so long, but I am done.

What you see of me now, is me climbing the mountain to reclaim everything that I am and I am glad to have you following my journey. I hope that as I learn to open up about my struggles I can inspire you to take the first steps to being your true self, as so many of us fall to what others see for us rather than what our hearts see.

You can find Zora on TwitterAmazon, Goodreads and her own Website.

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