Introducing, Gabriella Clark and new new novel VOR.
What is something unique/quirky about you?
You can find me in an aisle at the grocery store doing the tootsie roll to the song that’s playing.
What are some of your pet peeves?
Spitting it’s just so… ew
What kind of world ruler would you be?
A total dictator, everyone must like pickles or face the consequences!
Describe yourself in 5 words or less!
Sarcastic, bashful, bold, honest, blunt
Do you have a favorite movie?
A few actually. Resident Evil, Speed and The Fifth Element
As a writer, what would you choose as your mascot/avatar/spirit animal?
What’s the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite sex?
It’s hard to keep a good perspective on male characters. Often, I find myself writing them as I would wish they would act or think. But as us females know, men RARELY do what we think they should. Also, men think on an entirely different level then women do, so it’s hard to guess what their thought process and actions would be.
What inspired you to write this book?
Well that’s really my friend’s fault. She had sent me her current project since we like to get each other’s opinion. I got so into it I was like hey! you should do a serial with the other seasons! and I told her my idea and she said that sounds great!… you write it though. Annnd… here we are.
What is your favorite part of this book and why?
She winked at me saucily before turning back to the leader, her face hardening. Her eyes began to glow amethyst as gerbera daises grew throughout her hair. Yellow tribal marks began to appear on her body. Swirling across her collar bones and down her arms. Her body began to lift from the ground as she held her arms out at her sides. I looked down and saw that a bed of roots was raising from the ground holding her up in the air. My eyes traced back up her body to behold her in all her glory. Sharp three-inch-long thorns curved from her finger as poison began to drip from the tips. A slight breeze blew by carrying the scents of springtime with it.
That passage and what follows is my favorite part of the story. Its at that moment that Daiji realizes EXACTLY who his mate is and is totally in awe of it.
Tell us about your main characters- what makes them tick?
Well Alpha Daiji is the only nine tailed fox on this plane. He’s very driven by the need to make his people safe and to eliminate the threat to them. He’s a bit serious but his fox gives him a playful edge Navin is playful and enthusiastic. she finds humor in odd things and is a little quirky. She’s also determined to her her mate in any way she can.
About the Book
Vor by Gabriella Clark
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Betrayed by one of their own. The kitsune are being hunted by a group of humans who want the healing properties of their blood for themselves. Facing extinction, Alpha Daiji, The only nine tailed fox on this plane has gathered the last of his skulk together. They head towards the promise of a sanctuary. Fighting for his people’s very survival, he never expected to find his mate, his Tsuma.
It was hard being The Vor. Leaving her clan had been the best decision for everyone. It was better to do it on her own terms rather then be forced out when fear got the best of them. It was all worth it though, when the most delicious looking fox she had ever seen crossed her path. Better yet he was her mate! Sure he was a bit pervy and might have a shedding problem but he was all hers.
Together they would show those hunters why it was a bad idea to tangle with the nine tails and the embodiment of spring. Continue reading