Here is my interview with Elaina Davidson

Fiona interviews little ol’ me! Have a read!


Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie.

Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age?

I’m Elaina and write under my maiden name (Davidson), and, lol, age is relative!

Fiona: Where are you from?

From the southern tip of Africa, glorious Cape Town, but I now live in Ireland, which is a truly magical place. Love the Emerald Isle!

Fiona: A little about yourself (ie,  your education, family life, etc.).

Married, 3 kids (all adults now), 1 cat – her name is Sage and she was a feral cat – we tamed each other! -but I call her ‘baby’ and ‘girl’ and ‘baby-girl’ more than I use her name!

Fiona: Tell us your latest news.

I’ve just released Eurue: The Forgotten World, a standalone book with characters from my Lore series, as well as new personalities…

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She has emerald eyes

SASKA is a Sylmer initially withdrawn as Guardian in the Dome. Not shy exactly, but she keeps herself to herself. The Sylmer are from a water planet and have tails when mortal; after the Immortality Ritual their tails vanish and they become bipedal, although they never lose the desire for a watery environment.

Chosen as one of the Guardians to defend against Infinity’s malevolence, on Valaris Saska discovers her fiery nature, and this is largely due to the influence of Rayne. His presence alone begins to change her, but her attraction for him takes her forward in leaps. Their relationship takes on an entirely new level on the night Rayne witnesses Saska surrender to her need for water. She suffers betrayal and ends up becoming someone special due to that betrayal.

This woman with pale blue hair and emerald eyes creates waves that will have long-term consequences, all the way into Lore of Sanctum. Get to her now, because she is pivotal to the story.


Vannis Valla of the Valleur

VANNIS Valla of the Valleur, the Vallorin, is an arrogant man who refuses to surrender his birthright to humankind. When his father is murdered, rage drives him to excess, and he becomes a warmonger of note, placing his people at risk. Eventually those he is meant to serve choose another path, and Vannis realises it is time to stop. He settles on Valaris, but it isn’t long before humans come, and the cycle starts anew. The terrible events that follow force him into living death, by choice.

A long time later, he steps forth again. Once freed, he understands it wasn’t worth it. No war, no vendetta, is worth losing love and life, never to see his son grow into a man. Vannis therefore makes new choices, but never underestimate this man. With a finger snap he is able to be again the warmonger of old. However, a surprise awaits him when he embarks upon his second chance – family he never suspected to ever find.

Vannis has changeable eyes. Valleur eyes are tawny, but Vannis’ change according to his moods; amber for happiness, blue for sadness, black for rage and green for fear and desire. The team of the present (and his subjects in the past) use the colour of his eyes to gauge his moods. He cannot, in fact, hide from anyone!

And know this: Vannis creates the Maghdim Medaillon, the magical device that will play such a large role throughout the LORE series, and doesn’t that just reveal what else this man is capable of?


It’s LIVE! Eurue: The Forgotten World

EURUE is now available! It’s at a mere 99c and here’s to happy reading, everyone 🙂

Eurue Cover


The universe is populated and many worlds are far-flung, forgotten. Until the day Gabryl, a man both alive and dead, his body reposing in a sarcophagus, his spirit roaming as a shifting being, bellows a call to arms. Eurue, as world and civilisation, after ages of isolation, will now step into the ultimate arena.

Tristan and Alusin of the Kaval hasten to answer the summons to where tentacled miasmas are consuming people body and soul. Savier, as Keeper of the sarcophagus, sheds light on an ancient legend. Tianoman, Vallorin of the Valleur, brings the Valleur host to Eurue, and Emperor Teighlar of Grinwallin pledges his army.

But how does one fight miasma?

Who is the true enemy?

Meanwhile, as the spaces become frantic, a woman in a turret somewhere, elsewhere, plans her revenge. The schism between what went before and the reality of the present presents to her the power to control the fate of all.

Who will stop her?