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The Queen of Vampires author Anne Rice answers the fans questions.
The Writer’s Coffee Shop has made a name for itself as being the “publisher that dared to go there”, by being the first to bring the erotic novel “Fifty Shades of Grey” to the world. With the release of “Revisited”, they are hoping to expand a genre once again. The “Redemption” series is not your typical vampire love story.
When author Lindsey Gray was asked about her inspirations for creating this unique paranormal universe, she said that she started with her main character, a vampire named Lily. “I wanted her to be different from any vampire that had been written before. She has a solid past as a human and she has a connection to God that most other vampires stories don’t have. Her motivation to keep existing from day to day is with the knowledge that one day she will be at peace with her loved ones in Heaven”, explains Gray. This connection to God creates paranormal characters that we can relate to. The vampires in Gray’s world are not blood thirsty animals, they have a purpose. This humanizes her characters.
In “Revisited”, Lily Edwards, the last remaining female vampire, faces a daunting task. She has to find Liam Caldwell, the vampire she was forced to create, and change him back to a human. Her task won’t be easy as fellow vampires, Filipp and Debir, have been secretly plotting her demise for decades.
Liam is having second thoughts when he learns Filipp has handpicked an army of humans for him to turn into vampires and Valentina Pavel, the last member of a Romanian witch coven, brings him a new challenge of her own. Together, they all have Liam doing the unthinkable ̶ ̶ pleading for a way out.
Friends-now-turned-enemies struggle for their eternity, while enemies-turned-friends fight side by side. Will Lily’s past give her the answers she needs to reach the future, or will her darkest fears be revisited?
Both books in the “Redemption” series are available on Amazon, B&N, iBooks, Kobo, and on The Writer’s Coffee Shop website here.
Source – PRWeb.com
I know I’ve been gone for awhile and I missed a lot, so I wanted to explain why I was gone. You probably could care less, but I thought I should at least tell you why. My computer was recently having issues and wasn’t working properly and it now finally works thanks to my brother who fixed it last night. So I’m sorry for not being able to update any news and I hope my computer won’t have any issues from now on.
Thanks to Bloody Disgusting for the heads up. Check out the poster below:
Dietrich Johnston’s Blood Shot has been a long time coming. BD first visited the set of the film back in February of 2008, but sometimes things move slower than you’d like in the indie world. But now, the film has a pretty cool poster that plays up to it’s terrorism fighting vampire promises.
“Assigned by a covert government agency, a mysterious vampire and a rogue cop reluctantly join forces against a brutal maniac and his legion of killers. Christopher Lambert (‘Highlander’), Lance Henriksen (‘Aliens’, ‘The Terminator‘) and Oscar nominee Brad Dourif (‘The Lord of the Rings’) star alongside Michael Bailey Smith (“The Hills Have Eyes“) and Brennan Elliott (‘The 4400‘) in this killer, action-packed blend of ‘Blade’ and ‘Die Hard‘!”
From the Press Release:
The Sabertooth Vampire (website here) is a webcomic about a tiny vampire hampered by his giant fangs. Will he pull his teeth out of the ground long enough to actually bite someone? Probably not.
“One of the first books that got me into comics in the Nineties was the original black-and-white Dark Horse Presents — back when it was serializing stuff like Sin City and The One Trick Rip-Off and Hellboy: The Wolves of Saint August,” said Russell. “So as you can imagine, getting to submit a few strips for DHP was a huge moment for me personally as well as professionally.”
Russell has collected the Sabertooth Vampire in two self-published minicomics: the 28-page Beware the Sabre-Toothed Vampire and the 56-page Sabertooth Vampire Unleashed. The strips frequently contradict themselves as Russell dives into the Sabertooth Vampire’s personal life — his awkward teenage years, his stints as King Arthur and a caveman, his solo dance parties, his run-ins with Abbott and Costello and assorted angry mobs, and his awkward trip around the world after someone mistakes him for a garden gnome.
“Porting my webcomic over to DHP was an awesome experience for three very specific reasons,” said Russell. “One, I got to add color to the strip with the help of ace cartoonist/colorist/brother-in-arms Bill Mudron. Two, I received some first-class professional editing from Scott Allie and Daniel Chabon. And three, I swung for the fences and asked if I could draw a crossover strip where the Sabertooth Vampire fought one particular world-famous Dark Horse character, and to my delighted surprise that character’s creator said yes.”
Russell added, “The Sabertooth Vampire is basically a ‘Road Runner’ riff on a single tragic idea: The dental feature that defines him as a vampire keeps him from being an effective vampire. Also he turns into a really pathetic bat.”
Look for the Sabertooth Vampire in Dark Horse Presents #12 and #14, on sale May 23 and July 18, 2012.
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The vicious, limb-tearing “virals” of Justin Cronin’s 2010 post-apocalyptic vampire epic The Passage have captivated readers, the publishing world, and Hollywood. A best-seller upon publication, The Passage, along with the two forthcoming books in the proposed trilogy, was optioned for film by Ridley Scott’s production company for $1.75 million.
The Twelve, Cronin’s follow-up to The Passage, will be hitting shelves and e-books on Oct. 16, we’ve learned exclusively. EW also acquired a brand new excerpt from The Twelve, which bloodthirsty fans can find in the issue hitting stands tomorrow.
Check out the book cover below:
Thanks to Dread Central for the heads up.
According to Deadline, Aja is negotiating to direct the adaptation of the Image Comics title. The story revolves around an ex-solider who falls for a vampire, though in order to be with her, he must take on her creator, who is protected by an army of monsters in the Hong Kong underworld.
From the Official Press Release
Sink your teeth into the jugular of a heart-stopping journey through the town of Hell Lock in Vampire Saga 3: Break Out, the third chapter in the popular series of hidden object adventure games. As you guide a doctor through the panic-stricken streets of Hell Lock, you will slowly uncover the source of a red-eyed terror that is turning the townspeople into murderous creatures of the night. You will also help the man of science resolve his preference for rational thinking with his visions of his dead daughter, who seems to be taking him on a tour of the horrors of the abandoned town.
Throughout your quest, you will interact with ill-fated characters, explore decrepit streets and buildings, and solve mind-bending puzzles that pave the way to a confrontation with the evil that resides in the underbelly of the doomed town. Are you thirsty? Then take a bite out of Vampire Saga 3: Break Out and drink your fill!
You can purchase Vampire Saga 3: Break Out when it releases on March 8, 2012. For more information on the game, check out the official Alawar website.
- 36 Eye Locations
- 9 Hidden Object Scenes
- 20 Animated Story Scenes
- Hints, Tips & Tutorial
- 18 Mini-Games
Source – Dread Central
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