Will the blood be enough to save the Vampire Clans from certain annihilation?
As prophesied by Lord RA, a Dhampyre has been born to a woman of the Fae. Having coupled with a recently turned vampire, Sunday Rose St. Clair bore this special child she named Jax at much risk to her own life and to all that came to her aid.
The newly formed Forever Clan, also created by Lord RA to protect the gifted offspring from all who bore him ill, are sworn to protect the new Dhampyre. Will the now grown up Jax be the one to save all the ancients from certain death? Or will the evil Lucifer Clan that searches for him find him first and end all hope for the vampires…
January Bain, Storyteller, hails from Ashern, Manitoba, Canada. Married to the love of her life, her husband Don, she has combined her love of romance with her interest in vampires to create the FOREVER SERIES of books. She teaches high school Computer and Business courses during the day and writes in every spare moment she possibly can. She enjoys her lunch hour Storytellers Club.
If she could be a super character, she has said it would be “super-teach” endowed with the gift of healing like the heroine in her first novel, Forever Man, to help heal broken spirits. She hopes her characters will touch your heart. She loves to be approached about the journey of writing and can be reached at www.januarybain.ca
1. Are you a reader? What are your favorite books?
I’m constantly reading for inspiration. I’m very eclectic in my tastes; they run the gambit from sweet romance, to erotic, to horror and science fiction.
2. What is your path to publication?
I was fortunate to get picked up rather quickly by a great publishing house: Champagne Books. Hi guys!
3. How much time do you spend writing each day/week?
Depends on the time of year. For ten months I teach so it’s only a couple of hours a day with at least one full day on the weekend. In the summer, it’s often full out for weeks on end.
4. How do you work? Are you an island unto yourself? Or part of a larger community?
I work in total quiet. I need to hear the voices in my head. I take good direction from my characters!
5. What is your favorite thing about writing? Least favorite?
I love to write. It’s magical and I never feel more alive than when I’m writing a story. I can’t answer to a least favorite side of it.
6. Are writers born, taught, or both?
Both, I think. You have to want to write, and then you have to practice the craft to get better at it. They say it takes 10,000 hours to become a master of a new skill.
7. What would you tell younger and less experienced you if you could?
That’s easy. Don’t worry so much. It’s going to work out just fine.
January Bain is first and foremost a storyteller. She lives inside her imagination with so many characters clamoring to be set free that she is constantly working on two or three books. A visual artist, a teacher, a writer, January does not think there is enough hours in the day to capture all the magic that flows forth in our amazing world. A lover of research, she is drawn to world-building like a moth to a flame! She enjoys hearing from readers and writers alike. She is published by Champagne Book Group for her Forever Series of books. You can find January at www.januarybain.ca