Thursday, September 11, 2014

Danielle DeVor's Vampire Mathias

Today, Danielle DeVor is here to talk about a character from her upcoming release. 

1. What is your character's name? 

Mathias Drvar.

2.) Is he fictional or a historic person?

Completely fictional, though his last name is my family’s original last name.

 3.) When and where is the story set?

The story is set in the present and alternates between a school in Siberia and a demon’s castle.

 4.) What should we know about him?

He’s very torn. On one hand, he really wants to be a good person, but on the other, his rage makes him do things he isn’t proud of.

 5.) What is the main conflict? What messes up his life?

The king of the vampire world has been kidnapped and because Mathias is the only one who has an object in his possession that once belonged to the king and has not been cursed, he must embark on a quest to save the king.

 6.) What is his personal objective?

To save his own skin and the skin of his friends without too much trouble. That, and get some sleep.

7.)Is this novel part of a series, and where can we read more about it?

The official title is The Devil’s Liege. It is the sequel to the novel, Tail of the Devil. 

Here’s the blurb for The Devil’s Liege:

Being a vampire isn't all it's cracked up to be- in fact, it kind of sucks.

After surviving his duel with Lilith, Mathias thought that he could relax. That is until he discovers that, Nossy, the new king, has been kidnapped.

When the investigating vampires seem to have no clue how to rescue Nosferatu, Mathias must step in. Everything is peachy until Mathias is named the next new king in order to stop the man behind Nossy’s kidnapping from taking over the throne.

Suddenly, his life is not his own again, and Mathias must make a choice: risk his life to find his friend, or sit back and watch disaster unfold.

8.) When can we expect the book to be published?

It will be published on September 26, 2014.

Thanks for being my guest today, Danielle, and good luck with your new book. Readers can find out more about Danielle and her books at her blog.

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