Acclaimed “New Adult” fantasy author D.C. Grace returns to FaerieCon West in 2013, sharing her amazingly inventive worlds that mix Native American and Celtic elements into a landscape of romance and thrilling adventure!
“A warrior knows death is always a hair’s breadth away, but he doesn’t dwell on the possibility of his death when he goes into battle. A warrior just fights. He fights to protect his family, his home, his people, himself, and often, the good of man. The wolf never gives a passing thought to the possibility of his death. For the wolf, he will fight to the end if need be, solely to defend his territory. Neither of these things are necessarily a reason to enter into battle when you are already weakened. They just are what they are. They live in a warrior’s heart, in a wolf’s heart. And both, for me, are in my heart. So there was no question that I would summon the wolf to defend the pack, the remaining Thunderbird, and of equal importance, my soul mate, Angelina. The wolf and the warrior both would lay down their life for her, no questions asked….” ~ D.C. Grace, The Sacred Oath: Book One of The Guardians Series
Angels, werewolves, Bigfoot, giant serpents and witches in the Wisconsin Dells? It’s all part of the imaginative worlds of D.C. Grace, author The Guardians series and the Amethyst Dragon series. Fascinated with all things supernatural since childhood, and wrote her first vampire story at the ripe old age of nine. She is well studied in all aspects of Native American culture, as well as early Pagan and Celtic histories and cultural practices.
“I’ve always had a fascination with dragons, as most people do; and Fae (Fairies), well – I’ve always had a thing for them, as well. So when D.C. combines both worlds – it’s like a party in your hands.” – Fictional Distraction, review of D.C. Grace’s “Dragon Wings.”
When she’s not trying out a new recipe or digging into a good book, D.C. can be found driving her daughters around town in her Mom Cab. She’s also a lover of music, and has passed that trait on – she and her three daughters engage in serious games of music trivia. D.C. lives just outside Louisville, KY. She shares a home with her daughters, two crazy kitties and a neurotic Chihuahua. She considers herself lucky they let her live with them. And yes, she does believe in faeries…