Genre Bending and Blending, Interview with Tricia Levenseller

Eighteen-year-old Rasmira seeks redemption after being banished from her village. Slight hitch: the only way to get it is by killing a god! On the surface Warrior of the Wild is a quest novel. Although an enthralling premise, this is a book about much more than overcoming seemingly-insurmountable challenges. “It’s a story about a girl in a male-dominated society proving her worth and, even more important than that, it’s a girl realizing that she shouldn’t have to prove her worth, because she is worth something regardless,” author Tricia Levenseller explained.

“It’s a story I wrote because that was something that I had to learn for myself. I didn’t have to achieve anything or do anything to be worthy of love. It’s just something that you have, because every person is worthy of love.” Frankly, that’s a reminder that we all need at times.

Levenseller is known for her duology: Daughter of the Pirate King and Daughter of the Siren Queen. Her new work, Warrior of the Wild, is another alternative-world, historical fantasy but the story takes place in a different world.

Read our full interview with Tricia Levenseller of  ​Warrior of the Wild in the April 2019 issue of Curiositales magazine. By Juliet White.

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