Welcome to another Friday Author Spotlight! Today I have Lincoln Cole returning with the first book in his World on Fire series, Raven’s Peak. I did a spotlight recently for the release of the second book in the series, Raven’s Fall, so check that out as well.
Lincoln Cole is a Columbus-based author who enjoys traveling and has visited many different parts of the world, including Australia and Cambodia, but always returns home to his pugamonster and wife. His love for writing was kindled at an early age through the works of Isaac Asimov and Stephen King and he enjoys telling stories to anyone who will listen.
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A quiet little mountain town is hiding a big problem. When the townsfolk of Raven’s Peak start acting crazy, Abigail Dressler is called upon to discover the root of the evil affecting people. She uncovers a demonic threat unlike any she’s ever faced and finds herself in a fight just to stay alive. Abigail rescues Haatim Arison from a terrifying fate and discovers that he has a family legacy in the supernatural that he knows nothing about. Now she’s forced to protect him, which is easy, but also to trust him if she wants to save the townsfolk of Raven’s Peak. Trust, however, is something hard to have for someone who grew up living on the knife’s edge of danger. Can they discover the cause of the town’s insanity and put a stop to it before it is too late?
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Keep reading for an interview with Abigail Dressler from Raven’s Peak:
Where were you born, and what was it like growing up there?
I don’t remember where I was born. I don’t remember anything before I was kidnapped, and I consider my childhood to have started when Arthur rescued me. He saved me and raised me as his own child, which meant we were constantly moving and spent time in just about every different part of the world.
Do you have a close relationship with your family?
Arthur is my family, even though he wasn’t my real father. I consider myself close to him, but I never knew anyone from my biological family.
What is the happiest memory from your childhood?
Riding a train across country with Arthur is probably one of my fondest memories. We managed to go clear from the East Coast to the West using trains the entire way and I loved every minute of it.
Who was your best friend growing up?
I didn’t really have a lot of friends. We never settled down in one place long enough. I did meet a few kids at school who were nice, but none of them really sticks out as a best friend.
Who is your enemy? What makes you enemies?
The Ninth Circle. They did horrible things to me when I was a child, and I’m not sure if I’ll ever fully recover from it. Arthur has always told me I need to forgive them and move on, but how can I?
Who do you most admire in your world? Why?
Arthur. He’s always been selfless and a protector, taking care of everyone no matter what.
What are your goals? What would you like to achieve?
I want to repay Arthur for his kindness in raising me and taking care of me. I never really understood just how much he did when he didn’t have to, and I would like to find some way to repay him for that.
What is your greatest fear?
I’m afraid of letting people get close, because eventually they all leave or die. It’s nothing personal, just a fact of life.
Have you ever been in love?
Nope. Don’t have time. That isn’t to say I’m celibate, just not interested in anything longer than a couple of nights.
What kind of clothing do you prefer to wear?
Something easy to move around in. You never know when you’re going to end up in a fight.