Writer and Author, Julie Zantopoulos
Julie is the author of the adult contemporary fantasy, A Curse in Ash, on sale now.
She grew up, and remains, in southeast Pennsylvania and is a proud Delaware county resident. Which means, Wawa is better than Sheetz and the Flyers are far superior to the Penguins (so long as you don't count actual Stanley Cups).
Julie graduated from Cabrini University with a degree in psychology. There is no time she doesn't remember writing but her love for sharing it came to light when she co-ran a successful online women's magazine. As Editor-in-Chief she worked with over three hundred writers and interns, all while writing content.
Since that business sold, she's built a fantastic bookish community on YouTube where she discuss her love of writing and passion for reading with 10,000 followers. She is active on Instagram and Twitter, in love with TheStoryGraph (a Goodreads alternative), and works full time as a nanny. Julie is quasi addicted to gummibears, loves tea (and has never tried coffee), and will drop everything for a fantastically ill produced SyFy channel movie.
She publishes under Julie Zantopoulos for her fantasy novels and hopes to publish contemporary romance through the name Julie Zee. The website is spelled as such for the ease of not typing a Greek last name. *you're welcome!
Praise for A Curse in Ash
"This is the adult, SPICY, Fae, witchy, polyamorous, romance, action flick, rom com book we've all been waiting for. We see some of the tropes this genre is known for, and yet done in a really healthy way.
And a bad bitch can get behind that. I'm the bad bitch in this scenario, if that wasn't clear."
"Some characters you will love, some you will love to hate, but they will all wriggle down in your heart one way or another. Don't sleep on this contemporary fantasy."
"It's fast-paced, swoon-worthy, addictive, and positively queer."
"I haven't been sucked into a book in a while. Whether you read a lot of Fae books or this is your first dip into the Seelie and Unseelie courts, this was one of the best and clearest descriptions of how the fae world works."
"This book was beautifully diverse and filled with loving connections."
~Lilly (Lair of Books)
"This was a light and fun read. We need more contemporary fantasy out there."
"This book was amazing. The plot kept me turning pages and wanting more. A must read for sure!"
"It's sex positive, and the respect comes across on the page clearly. I loved the intimacy within the relationships. I was engaged from the first page to the last!"
©2021 by Julie Zantopoulos