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Celebrating the ReRelease of Vampire Darcy’s Desire, Mixing Austen with Vampiric Legends

Next Monday, I will celebrate the rerelease of my vampiric version of Pride and Prejudice, Vampire Darcy’s Desire, which I wrote in 2010. The Ulysses Press version is now out of print, and while I wait to reclaim my rights to … Continue reading

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Vampiric Legends

In 2010, I wrote a vampire version of Pride and Prejudice entitled Vampire Darcy’s Desire. However, unlike many books of the recent “vampire” craze, my book is set in Regency England (1800-1820). Even the legend of Dracula could not serve as a … Continue reading

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Research … AARGH!!

One of the best parts of being a writer is learning new things. However, one of the worst parts of being a writer is researching those new things. As I am sure everyone on this site may attest, I have … Continue reading

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