Genevieve Lilith Vesta


Genevieve Lilith Vesta was born and raised in Michigan but always dreamt of living in the South. She began her yearning for the written word at ten years old; Genevieve wrote mainly poetry and children’s stories in the beginning. At twelve years old, she discovered the art of occult/horror and began to write in that genre to this day. Her first book though was a children’s fantasy called, Jessika and the Magic Staff.
At the age of thirty-seven, Genevieve’s dream of the South became a reality when she moved to Virginia with her husband and three children. There she completed her second book, which was in Genevieve’s true genre of occult/horror called, Witches of Venus: Hell’s Grim Tyrant, and is the first book of four in the Witches of Venus series.
Through the years, Genevieve tested her talents with different genres as romance, thriller, adventure, mystery and another children’s book; but she has always stayed true to her heart and first calling, the love of the occult/horror genre.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I began writing when I was ten years old when I wrote my first story about my grandmother for school and my teacher liked it a lot; she told me that I should write more stories and so I took her advise and began writing children's stories.
What's the story behind your latest book?
My latest book is a romance, something I never attempted before because I usually write horror. My cousin gave me a bunch of romance books to read, I usually read horror but I had read every book I had so I was bored and thought why not. As I was reading them, ideas continually popped into my mind about plots for my own romance. I decided to try and go for it, of course it is a Gothic romance and dark, it sounded real good too. But I think it may be the last one I write, it was much more difficult to write this one than any of my other books.
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