Family, growing up in haunted houses, and traveling the world is at the heart of Camille Faye's writing.
Camille Faye loves learning about other cultures, which is good since she married an Indian man from Malaysia. She also grew up in a haunted house, which sparked her fascination with the paranormal. As a tween, she would type stories about princesses in faraway kingdoms on her mom’s electric typewriter. She went on to write for her high school and college newspapers, report local news for an NBC affiliate, and teach writing at universities in Missouri and Illinois.
When Camille made the decision to leave teaching in order to stay home with her kids, she decided to also follow her dream of writing a novel. She found the muse for her debut work, Voodoo Butterfly, during a family trip to New Orleans where she dreamt of a woman who had the power to change evil people good.
The Northwest Houston division of Romance Writers of America named Voodoo Butterfly a 2013 Lone Star Contest finalist. The people and settings found in all of Camille's stories are inspired by her family life and her travels to 28 countries and counting!
2013 Northwest Houston RWA Lone Star Contest, Finalist, Voodoo Butterfly
2012 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Competition in New Orleans, Semi-Finalist, Voodoo Butterfly
Camille's travel tab: 28 countries, 33 states, and 14 international flights with her kids
Reviews for Voodoo Butterfly
"I was completely blown away by this debut novel from Camille Faye." --Ethan Gregory, One Guy's Guide to Good Reads
"I stayed up WAY too late a few night reading this excellent book!" --Ronda Del Boccio, Write On Purpose
"Camille Faye is a fresh, new voice in the writing world. Voodoo Butterfly is mysterious, magical, and suspenseful." --R.H. Burkett, award-winning paranormal author