When she needed to get a job, she tried her hand in bookstores, but soon found out that her talent for reading was a problem to the owners of the bookstores she tried to work, as she often read the book she should be putting on shelves. Dedicating her life to be a dogtrainer, her passion for writing still remained.
She got published for the first time in 2010, with the first book in The Iron Fey series, called The Iron King. Still on 2010, she published the novella Winter’s Passage and the second Iron Fey‘s book, The Iron Daughter. Her first series continued on 2011, with the publication of The Iron Queen, the novella Summer’s Crossing and the fourth book in the series, The Iron Knight. All her books were hits and known worldwide, with high rates on sites as Goodreads and Amazon.
In 2012 came the publication of two more book in the Iron Fey series: the novella Iron’s Prophecy and the book The Iron Legends. She also published the first book in the spin-off series The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten, a book called The Lost Prince.
A new series, centered on vampires, was also published. Blood of Eden first book, The Immortal Rules was a hit, and here at Murphy’s Library we fell in love with it. With more books to be published on 2013, as a new series that Julie has been talking about being on the making and with a movie deal in the way, we can expect to hear a lot more from Kagawa and her books. Let’s hope so.