Devin Madson was born in September 1986 in Melbourne, Australia.
As a child she often wrote short stories for her family, and by seven years old the decision was made to be a writer and illustrator. Unable to draw more than stick figures this was soon modified to just ‘writer’. This ambition led to the childhood masterpiece -The Sad Little Christmas Tree - which proves that even seven year olds can be cruel to their characters.
Her first introduction to fantasy came in high school with David Edding’s Belgariad, reigniting the passion for writing. For the next seven years she laboured over numerous novels to the exclusion of everything else. An attempt at completing a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Geology, fell through when, having written while walking to the train, spent the train ride writing, and not taken a single note in lectures due to writing, she realised that further education was a waste of time.
Now Madson is looking forward to a writing career as epic as any of her stories, and says that world domination is not out of the question. She has two young children who have so far failed to curb her prolific output.
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The Gods of Vice
by Devin Madson
The Gods of Vice is Book 2 of The Vengeance Trilogy.
Two emperors. One empire.
The war for the Crimson Throne has split Kisia. In the north Otako supporters rally around their champion, but Katashi Otako wants only vengeance. Caught in the middle, Hana must decide between her family and her heart. Is the true emperor the man the people want? Or the one they need?
The Blood of Whisperers
by Devin Madson
Published: September 28, 2013.
"Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves" – The Blood of Whisperers is Book One of The Vengeance Trilogy, a tale of bloody revenge set against the luscious backdrop of the Kisian Empire. In a world where Empaths can steal the thoughts right out of your head, it is only a matter of time before a God once more sits on the Crimson Throne. Vengeance is coming.
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