Vicki Keire grew up in a 19th Century haunted house in the Deep South full of books, abandoned coal chutes, and plenty of places to get into trouble with her siblings. She spent the last decade researching and teaching writing and literature while slipping paranormal fiction in between the pages of her textbooks. She is a fierce proponent of the Indie movement in writing, art, and music.
When not reading and writing about ghosts, fallen angels, magic, and other kinds of paranormal excitement, she enjoys other people’s cooking and keeps vampire hours. She’d rather burn the laundry than fold it. She likes lost causes and the way Southerners speak in mysterious euphemisms even they can’t always decode. She still lives in the Deep South with her husband, children, and attendant menagerie, but is pretty sure her house isn’t haunted. A person can’t be so lucky twice.
Her first novel, Gifts of the Blood, is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords. You may read more about it and her second novel, Darkness in the Blood, on her blog, The Ides of March, or her website, www.vickikeire.com. She also has an active Goodreads presence, a Twitter account, and a Facebook page.