Agata Suchocka is a jack of all trades. She is a singer, songwriter, composer, painter, poet, translator, and author. Born in Wrocław, Suchocka has been writing for more than twenty years, and the crowning achievement of her career is the I Give You Eternity series – a spicy, fantastical story of forbidden lust and sinful desires inspired by the works of Anne Rice.
Agata Suchocka weaves tales of characters who are far from ordinary, who are alert and alive, with enquiring minds and razor-sharp wit. She chooses to write about the misfits of society, the dregs who have trouble finding their own place, and isn’t afraid to broach uncomfortable, even controversial, subjects in her writing.
I got a chance to ask Agata to share with us a little about herself and she had this to say:
Agata Suchocka: I started writing once I read The Vampire Lestat over 20 years ago. Those were the days I also started to learn to play violin and write songs. Music was always a very important part of my life, and it is also an extra character in my novels, as my characters are mostly musicians and artists. Nowadays I am a lead singer in a blues band and work upon finishing my vampire series, that will soon reach 10 volumes, I hope!
Her debut novel, Woła mnie ciemność (Daję Ci wieczność 1) was first published in 2015, and is now available in English for the very first time as And Then The Darkness Came (I Give You Eternity, Part I).
Her publisher is Cheeky Kea Printworks and her Author page can be found at:
More works by her including sketches, short stories, and novellas, are available on her blog.
And her Amazon Authors page is at:
If you love the works of Anne Rice then you will surely love Agata Suchocka’s novels.