The story of Violette L. Meier

Violette Meier is a happily married mother, writer, folk artist, poet, and native of Atlanta, Georgia, who earned her B.A. in English at Clark Atlanta University and a Masters of Divinity at Interdenominational Theological Center. Writing since her preteen years, she has written over 1,200 poems, 40 short stories, and 14 books.

The great-granddaughter of a dream interpreter, Violette is a lover of all things supernatural and loves to write paranormal, fantasy, and horror. She is always working on something new.

Her books include: With All My Being, Oracles, The First Chronicle of Zayashariya: Out of Night, Angel Crush, Son of the Rock, Archfiend, Ruah the Immortal, Tales of a Numinous Nature: A Short Story Collection, Hags, Haints & Hoodoo: A Supernatural Short Story Collection, Loving and Living Life, Violette Ardor: A Volume of Poetry, and This Sickness We Call Love: Poems of Love, Lust, and Lamentation.

Fun Facts About Violette

  1. My favorite color is purple.
  2. The photo on the front cover of my book “Tales of a Numinous Nature” is that of a ghost woman taken by my daughter Xoe.
  3. I’m afraid of the dark.
  4. My favorite cuisine is Italian.
  5. I’m a great dancer and my favorite video game is Just Dance.
  6. I won Miss Third Grade.
  7. My favorite writer is Anne Rice.
  8. I have seen a few ghosts on occasion.
  9. I enjoy helping the community through volunteer work.
  10. Painting is therapeutic for me.
  11. My mother almost named me Velvet.
  12. My younger brother and I thought we saw a spaceship once when we were kids.
  13. I wanted to be a scientist, but I hate math!
  14. I am an ordained minister.
  15. I once had dogs named Pebbles and Bam Bam.

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