That's right folks. Halloween will be arriving a few days early this year, so get ready to grab your own copy of the next installment of the Para-Earth Series. The book will be available in Trade Paperback, Kindle, Nook, Apple, and all other e-readers.
Within these pages of this novel you'll meet a whole new breed of vampire who drinks blood, needs to sleep in the ground, avoids sunlight (because he'll start to sparkle as in slowly spontaneously combusting), and cannot eat garlic. He's also one of the best people you'd ever want to have on your side in a bad situation.
"My name is Nathaniel Eoghan Stewart, in the Spring of 1862 I joined the Union army to help end slavery and preserve our country. As I left, I promised my family I wouldn't let the war change me... but I was wrong, so very wrong..."
Keep watching this page for more entries from some of the other characters you'll be meeting in this the first novel co-written with my wife Helen, who has been an integral part of the science side of the Para-Earth Series since it all began.
If you'd like to learn more about the characters, we have a collection of short stories over on our blog titled "The Vampyre Blogs - Private Edition" (note: None of the short stories appear in the book itself. What you will be getting in the book is a brand new full-length adventure).
Below is the link to the first blog entry, where you will meet Nathan. From there, you can read the rest in order by clicking the word "Newer" at the bottom of the page or check out the Archives section located to the right of the entry.
I hope you enjoy what you find there, and look forward to the novel itself which contains the occasional reference to some of these short stories.
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