Chapter 2 Em and her brothers were born and grew up at the New York Bathory estate. Their births all took place in the house itself, attended by a midwife and a physician in a room built specially for the receiving of Bath heirs. Their father, Count Atalik Hedrick Bath, insisted on having access to … Continue reading Preview: Blood Child Chapter 2
This evening on the way to teach my evening classes, I thought about how much I am in love with two new books. Well, one of them isn't new new, but both are new to me (kind of like my car). Then I was a bad teacher and checked Facebook. So rather than a poem or … Continue reading Loving Free Books…
Yesterday evening, I launched my first KickStarter Project to help cover the publishing costs of bring my novella, Blood Child, to life. It is bit scary since all Kickstarter Projects are all or nothing affairs. If I don't make my goal of $850.00 then I won't receive any of the funds pledged. So any and … Continue reading KickStarting Murder
Dear Readers, Below is a preview of my novella, Blood Child, which I am working on finishing by the end of this month. The story began with the first line and the image of a woman stalking away from an open door. Enjoy and let me know what you think, please and thank you. Love, Lu "I am … Continue reading Blood Child – A Preview
Review of Lady Dorn by Sean Hayden Admittedly, I am a newbie to the Steampunk genre, but this novel blew me away. It isn't pretentious as some of the genre have been reported to be. In fact, it contained all the things that make a novel compelling; excellent character development, vivid imagery and twisty-turny plot … Continue reading The Lady is a Vamp….
Review of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith Sure, they know the old Honest Abe myth, however, this new incarnation of the Lincoln myth let's them see deeper into the real man. Knowing more about and getting to know the real man, one gains a better appreciation for his achievements, both personal and political; … Continue reading Taking a Bite Out of History