About the Author

Author of thrillers that challenge the boundaries of our society with satirical humour. Vivika explores the darkest themes with whimsy. When she’s not destroying the souls of her characters and depriving them of all hope she’s probably tending to her guinea pigs watching trash TV.

Currently residing in Scotland, Vivika is working on new thrillers and the follow up to the hit graphic novel series Knock, Knock.

Vivika’s true passion is the Ragdolls UK Foundation which was set up in 2013 to help girls and women with Turner’s Syndrome. As a TS woman herself she feels it is important that awareness is raised of a condition that occurs in 1 in about 2500 girls and women across the globe yet there are still many who have never heard of it.

Supporting girls with Turner’s Syndrome

The doctor’s waiting room can be a terrifying place. 1 in about 2500 females worldwide suffer from Turner’s Syndrome and yet there is still so much awareness to raise. By purchasing my novels or by donating any amount you can you are helping Ragdolls UK reach more girls who need their help. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!


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3 thoughts on “About the Author”

  1. Hi, Vivika. I’m an active member of the Horror Writers Association with
    my first novel being published by an independent, Larry Czeronka
    Publishing. INK is a horror novel, coming out at the end of June,
    co-written with my writing partner, Dale Pitman. As for my background,
    I’ve been a professional screenwriter up until this point with two films directed
    by acclaimed horror director Wes Craven. Would you consider looking at an
    Advanced Review Copy? Here is the blurb:

    His studio has become his refuge and his prison – a place of boundless imagination and lonely isolation. Brian Archer, creator of a series of successful graphic novels about a vengeful supernatural being called “The Highwayman,” has become a recluse after the adoration of a female fan turned to rage and violence.

    But all that changes when he meets a renowned and beautiful illustrator, A.J. Hart, who carries emotional scars of her own. Their work together is fueled by the unrequited passion they share and a mysterious bottle of black ink that arrives one day at Brian’s doorstep.

    The impossibly dark liquid has mystical properties, making their characters appear so real they eventually come to life, reigning terror on those who mean them harm and if not stopped—threatens to unleash an apocalypse on all mankind. Brian must break free of his self-imposed exile and solve the mystery that allowed these terrible creatures into the world.

    Thanks for your consideration. All the best, Glenn Benest

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