WHO IS C. A. SALTORIS ?
“So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female, he created them.“
“Let There Be Light”, and there was light.
On November 30th of 1987, there was me: a little bright fragment of God. Only I wasn’t breathing. I came into this world under dramatic circumstances, and I was born dead – not much of a shocker that I came to write Dark Fantasy novels. Well, I guess fate is settled on the day you are born after all. We could go on like this forever,
but I believe you are waiting for a short version of my biography – of these, you find everywhere and don’t read because it doesn’t matter – and that will give you an idea of how many bestsellers I have produced but not about who I am. At. All.. Okay, then. “C.A. Saltoris is a Brazilian award-winning cosplaying Fantasy author and the pseudonym of Ariane de Melo: An in Germany living mom, journalist, former actress and theater director,
she has an online store named after a tavern from one of her universes, called Taverna de Ilsa and a project for rescuing Folk Tales named Halls in The Forest. Oh, and she doesn’t like to see her birth name printed on books; that’s a Saltoris’ thing.” Still here? Great! Then follow me for more!
“Human beings need the lie to move on, especially those they tell themselves.”
C. A. Saltoris is a creative powerhouse. She subverts and handles the boundaries between Gothic and Fantasy, competently, like few names in national fantastic literature today.
Prof. Dr. Alexander Meireles da Silva
Professor and Researcher of Fantastic Literature
“Chronos of The Forgotten Story is a wonderful narrator, by far the best I’ve ever known.”
MilkShake de Palavras
“The Forgotten Story is a different book from any you’ve ever read.”
C. A. Saltoris is an irresistible author. Who arouses in the reader the same passion with which she tells her stories. Building the brightest narratives by the darkest themes. What a talent.
Ricardo Labuto Gondim
I’ve just read The Forgotten Story of the Highway Inn, and what I feel right now is: 1 – I won’t read anything this special anytime soon. . 2 – I have a lot to learn to write this well… 3 – I wanted to live in that Inn…