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Zepeda Fitzgerald’s Torrent Tragedy Receives Award

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Zepeda Fitzgerald’s Torrent Tragedy Receives Award
Raquel Zepeda Fitzgerald’s Torrent Tragedy just received the Literary Titan Silver Book Award for engaging and inventive content with a distinctive voice. The first book in the Nocturnals series, such a curious anthology about 21st Century vampires.

La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico - May 17, 2024 - Raquel Zepeda Fitzgerald’s Torrent Tragedy, Curse of the Urn has received the Literary Titan Silver Book Award for engaging and inventive content with a distinctive voice.

Torrent Tragedy, is the first book in the Nocturnals series, an anthology about 21st Century vampires.  Books in this series are Torrent Tragedy, Bloody Urn-Avenging Sorceress, Nocturnals-21st Century Vampires, and the soon to be published Moon Garden.  The Nocturnals series is available for purchase on Apple Books, Barnes and Noble, Kindle, and Kobo online stores.

Raquel Zepeda Fitzgerald is a Mexican-American native of El Paso, Texas.  She is an accomplished novelist, artist and entrepreneur. To date, she has authored 19 books.  “My passion is entertaining people,” is her mantra.

Her message:  “Close your eyes and imagine: Your heart is pounding, you’ve left reality. Quick! Run, jump or scream; it’s only a dream. You are reading a thriller.  Welcome to my world.  I am a novelist. My goal is to make you forget your troubles through Thriller Therapy.” According to her readers, her books are riveting, page turners, unique, engrossing, fun, fast paced, entertaining, and brilliant.  Get her fast paced thrillers today and read for yourself.  Go to her website: RZFBOOKS.COM

Her next writing venture is Message in a Bottle, the second book in the Baja Sea Scrolls series.  Harpooned - Murder at the Film Festival, was the first in the Baja series; a concoction of humor, adventure, crime, and mystery.

Zepeda Fitzgerald’s first book was The Eye of Osiris followed by sequels Osiris-the Second Coming and Osiris 333.  This saga begins with third generation Mexican American, Moriah Maizon and an Egyptian curse in San Francisco culminating with a journey to Chichen Itza.  Many of the characters in this story are Mexican.  However, the theme is not about discrimination, it is about the history of a very diverse group; their survival and successes.  For example, Moriah’s family had to flee from Mexico in the 1920’s because they were French Mexicans under fire from the famous Pancho Villa.  Beyond that, she learns that her hereditary ties with the Mayans have somehow opened a portal to the Egyptian underworld.

Zepeda Fitzgerald’s stories are about poetic justice, as revealed when interviewed, “I am a strong believer in karma.  In my work as a paralegal, I learned just how hard it is to get justice in this world.  My stories are about people who do get justice, even if it is only fictional, poetic justice.  I find it very satisfying to create an entertaining tale that amuses and revives a touch of hope into someone’s mind.”

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Company Name: Literary Titan
Contact Person: Raquel Zepeda Fitzgerald
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Country: Mexico

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