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Monday, May 15, 2017

Meet Violetta Flame (Phoenix (The Peradon Fantasy Series Book One) by Daccari Buchelli)

Hi everyone, my name is Daccari Buchelli and I write Fantasy novels. I hope you're all having a good week so far. Today, I'd like to share with you the profile of Princess Violetta Flame, the main character of my novel, Phoenix: Book One of The Peradon Fantasy Series.

Meet Violetta Flame

A unique and beautiful young woman that has harboured guilt for too long. Princess Violetta of the Flame Realm has always been fascinated by magic, but her father's strict rules regarding its use have caused her to become wary of it. Violetta is a vibrant soul that yearns to be free, to lead a life that is entirely her own.

Violetta possesses a love of nature like no other. She adores all living things and seeks to find the beauty in everything and everyone. Her hair, like flowing liquid gold, is seen as a precious commodity. With both beauty and brains, she makes other women look plain.

When Stressed, Violetta seeks comfort from the ancient tree that grows on the Flame Palace grounds. It is said to be the place of her birth and has always welcomed her in its embrace.

Although strong, Violetta often feels the pressure to be an example to others, doing her best to keep her feelings in check. When anxious or embarrassed, it is common for the princess to be seen rubbing the skin of her fore arm, though she tends not to notice this peculiar quirk.

Violetta's most treasured possession is an intricately detailed ball that was given to her by family friend and ruler of the Air Realm, Lord Jork. Like her Father Eagan, Violetta possesses a friendly if at times wilful nature and cares deeply about the people of her Realm. Though sometimes shy, this young princess isn't afraid to be blunt on occasion.

Tip: Be warned. There is more to this young lady than meets the eye. As the story progresses, Violetta sheds her shy persona and becomes more fearsome as her magical abilities grow beyond her wildest imaginings.

I hope you enjoyed learning a bit more about Violetta. She was one of my favourite characters to write. 

by Daccari Buchelli30th April 2017
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
292 pages
Publisher: Buchelli Books
ISBN: 9780995768307 print
ISBN: 9780995768314 eBook
ASIN: B06XSL13FD
Number of pages: 396
Word Count: 100,980
Cover Artist: T.L. Mason
No power is greater than the one you’re willing to sacrifice. 

Princess Violetta Flame lives her life according to rule, but those rules require her to pay a heavy price. Haunted by a devastating loss, she longs for freedom. When a handsome ruler takes a special interest in her, she senses greater things lie ahead, but behind the handsome fa├žade lies a dark secret – one that can usurp her efforts and cast her back into the life she detested.

The throne was never promised to Emperor Ryore Frost, but now that he has ultimate power, his world is filled with possibilities. Citizens bow at his feet, but their fleeting adoration is no match for his obsession with the young Flame Princess. As his feelings for the staunchly independent princess grow, a new threat emerges, bent on undermining his efforts and betraying his sensibilities.
When past tragedies, malevolent behaviour, and strong wills collide, which will reign supreme?

About the Author:
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Born in 1993, British writer Daccari Buchelli spends his time focusing on his favourite genre, Fantasy. Having developed an early love of literature, he became determined to create his own magical wonderlands for fellow readers to explore. He spent his teenage years working on several Fantasy novellas, which he has yet to release to the general public.

He has since released the first book in a new Fantasy series, which revolves around young royals and the elemental magic that they possess.

As an active member of the LGBT+ community, Mr Buchelli hopes to help reduce intolerance and bullying by promoting acceptance and understanding of those different to ourselves.

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