Hell's Gate: Awakening

Inspired from Japanese mythos, and Western Folklore,
comes a new legend. Adopted from Tokyo, Celeste moves to the states with her new family. The truth of her past is scraping against the surface, and once it breaks free, the world may never be the same. The Red String of Fate chooses those we are destined to meet, the story goes that it can never break. If you could change your fate, would you? More

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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
  • Words: 51,520
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781492301356
About Chrystal Anne

Hell’s Gate: Awakening, her first book and the first title in a trilogy, was published under Stygian Upheaval Press on July 6, 2013, with the paperback version being released on September 14th of the same year. The second book is currently being written and has a release window of Q4, 2014. Accompanying artbooks and audiobooks are currently in the works.

Working through the summer, Chrystal Anne released a book trailer to the public in October of 2013, which garnered enough attention from a production company to sign on for a pilot episode of a potential series based around the book trilogy to be made. Production work is set to begin in late 2014.

Chrystal Anne grew up in and around Dallas, TX, where she still resides. She has spent time in various parts of Japan, where she conducted research for her writings, which often reflect a combination of Eastern and Western philosophies and cultures. She has a broad interest in Eastern cultures and traditions

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This is my first, of what I hope to continue, book trailer that I had filmed over the course of four months. We hope to pitch this (and a few other videos) to a few film companies in hopes that we will be able to turn it into a series. I will be taking this to indiegogo and hopefully have a full pilot filmed by early next year! Here's to hoping, and thanks for watching!

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