AN ANCIENT CURSE AND AN UNLIKELY HERO NAMED VIOLET

Makayla Yokley is a budding young author writing steampunk.  Her novel, The Ruby Curse, is scheduled for e-book publication later this year.  Listen as  she reads her favorite scene from The Ruby Curse.

ABOUT THE STORY

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes… though they’re not usually escaped convicts like seventeen-year-old Violet Seymour, who has a criminal record so thick you could use it as a doorstop.

Since Violet is the only person to ever escape the highest maximum security prison in the steam-and-clockwork powered nation of Arcova, everyone and their mother wants Violet’s head on a plate.

But Violet isn’t the only one with problems. Mages are disappearing left and right—over a dozen in a short amount of time. There are whispers that it’s got something to do with the disappearance of the Ruby Scourge, an artifact from the ancient world. It’s time for Violet to step up and be the hero her ancient bloodline has destined her to be, but she’s more than a teensy bit skeptical about a new career as a hero!

Her primary concern is looking out for number one, and she only embraces this whole “hero” thing when she can get something out of it. But what can she possibly get out of the adventure she’s forced to go on in The Ruby Curse?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Makayla Yokley is a sophomore at Butler County Community College, studying for her Associates in Arts degree. Her hobbies include drawing, painting, baking, and on occasion, needlepoint. One of her favorite books is Bag of Bones by Stephen King, and she states, “I’ve read Memories of a Geisha more times than I can remember.”

Makayla recently finished her first steampunk novel, The Ruby Curse, and it is currently in the process of publication. Look for it in the following months on smashwords.com and amazon.com.

Thanks to vintagefeedsacks for the use of their images.

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4 Comments on “AN ANCIENT CURSE AND AN UNLIKELY HERO NAMED VIOLET”

  1. BDTharp Says:

    Awesome stuff. Way to go HH & BME, and Makayla this is great. Way to go!


  2. Squee for Makayla!
    Great vid ladies!

    • myrickeaton Says:

      Samantha, thank you for visiting and commenting. Yes, Makayla was so fun to work with. She is an excellent writer with a great imagination.

      Bonnie Myrick


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