Alexandra Pelaez

Biography

Have been stuck in Florida for as long as I can remember, and much as I'd love to see snow sometime in the future I'm happy as can be. I'm a Liberal and Progressive, but also well aware that corruption is always inevitable in politics which explains my strong Machiavellian streak. Since I discovered my passions will always lie in the arts a few years back, I've been teaching myself how to draw and am currently training to be a concert pianist and composer.

I've always loved to write, but fan fiction helped me realize my dream career. A bit about my books; The Evanescence Chronicles is a satirical joke (mostly revolving around irony) on modern day paranormal romance. Like Wax Under Flame is a short story that I'm currently developing into a series of novels. The first one is tentatively scheduled to be released in the spring of 2013. A brief warning to all: Though I include these elements with a purpose Like Wax Under Flame is my most violent, dysfunctional, perverse story yet. Even more so than my fan fiction.

My favorite author will always be Matthew Stover, but like the common geek I'm a huge fan of Tolkien, Rowling, George R.R. Martin, and Orson Scott Card. My favorite show is "The Vampire Diaries" (something I never expected, really, REALLY hoping they never jump the shark), and my favorite movie is a balance between Crash(2004) and The Dark Knight.

My cat is lord and master of the universe.

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Books

The Evanescence Chronicles: Volume I
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Price: Free! Words: 152,350. Language: English. Published: November 24, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
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Is Mercedes Strand living every tween girl's dream, or a sane person's nightmare?
Like Wax Under Flame
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Price: Free! Words: 24,180. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2012. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias
Three-hundred years after World War III, a ruthless psychic does whatever it takes to survive in a lawless society. At first, she thinks she has done well in silencing the few who know what she is. But soon enough she realizes just how wrong she is, and that the power of her enemies may be far greater than her own...

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