DB Nielsen – Seven Sons Series Introduction Video

Check out a new video from the Seven Sons crew. This one features DB Nielsen, the writer for our Vampires line. She’s discussing her exciting new series and talking about her Indie Journey!

Seven Sons is a new fantasy, urban-fantasy, and paranormal story world releasing on Amazon in KU in January 2019.

About the Author:

DB Nielsen is the author of The Keepers of Genesis Series – SEED, SCROLL and SWORD.

DB was born in British Hong Kong and immigrated to Australia in childhood. DB likes to travel the world with family, dividing time between residing in Sydney and visiting cathedrals, crypts, and museums the world over, doing research for new projects.

The author is a university lecturer in Linguistics and Semiotics, and she continues to teach English Literature and Language whilst writing.

DB’s passion is for throwing elaborate dinners and themed parties (such as medieval banquets) and reading anything and everything. DB’s dream project is to do a series of book tours in the Champagne region of France.

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