R.M. Prioleau is a game developer and artist by day; and a dangerous writer by night. Since childhood, she’s continued exploring new methods of expanding her skills and creativity as she delves into the realm of literary abandon. R.M. can often be seen lurking about many great writing communities like NaNoWriMo.
When did you first start writing?
I started writing since I was a child and able to hold a pencil. I've always been a creative person, letting my imagination run wild. I didn't really get serious with my writing until around 2010.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
What motivated me to become an indie author was reading about the success of Amanda Hocking. I never realized just how easy it really was to self-publish until she explained her process about uploading ebooks for free on Amazon. I had so many stories I wanted to share with the world, and once I learned the process, my motivation to write never stopped.
Another failed experiment unites a master of the dark arts with an unlikely victim who holds the key to unlocking a new discovery. A story of betrayal, vengeance, and a twisting turn of events, "Vicarious Fate" chronicles events preceding R.M. Prioleau's award-winning novella, "The Necromancer’s Apprentice."
A master of the Dark Arts searches for his prized experiment. A commoner woman with a torn past seeks a new life. The story of death’s love and life’s fate, “Present Company” chronicles events preceding R.M. Prioleau’s novella, “The Necromancer’s Apprentice.”