Here is my interview with L. Salt

My interview for Author Interviews blog. It was such a pleasure to talk to this amazing blogger.


Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie.

Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age?

My real name is Valeriya, but I prefer to be known under my pen name L. Salt. I was born in mid ’80s.

Fiona: Where are you from?

I was born in Belarus and have lived for many years in Ukraine and Russia, then finally settled down in the North of England.

Fiona: A little about your self (ie,  your education, family life, etc.).

I studied History of World Culture and did my Master’s Degree in Art Expertise at the St. Petersburg University of Culture and Arts. My interest in writing dates back to my teenage years. Apart from creative writing, I have a passion for travelling, arts, history, and foreign languages. I’m a multi-genre author, writing exclusevely for Crazy Ink…

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[Off The Ways series]: New release announcement. “Angels of Zion” (Book 2) is out today!

   The story of Laura Danco and friends continues today, thanks to Crazy Ink Publishing .  

    “Angels of Zion”(Book 2)  is available on Amazon and all major platforms. 



Three years have passed since Laura Danco and her friends left St. Petersburg. Isaac and Dr. Levit continue to work together on their top secret project Angels of Zion. The main purpose being to create an army of ultimate soldiers—the kainomorphs—the clones whose physical abilities and strength exceeds humans.
When the project goes out of control, one of the kainomorphs goes rogue, Dr. Levit is attacked and subsequently dies, Isaac and Miri have no choice, but to follow the clues that the scientist left them to find the rogue clone and to stop a catastrophe. The investigation brings them back to St. Petersburg, where they meet Laura and Chris.
Daniel Polanskiy disappears without a trace. The friends suspect his life can be of an interest to many parties. With their own lives at stake, they should decide whether great victories require great sacrifices.