Regan St. James is just your typical eighteen-year-old vampire hunter. He enjoys sharp objects and random hook-ups. But one night, in a quiet little mountain college town, he meets a guy named Ira who just might change his life. If he can survive Ira’s relatives, of course. . . .
When sixteen-year-old Sam Hain runs away from home, his troubles are only just beginning. Seeking shelter in the mysterious Golgotha estate, he is forced to confront a myriad of supernatural creatures and manifestations that inhabit the place. With nowhere else to go and no one to turn to for help, Sam has no choice but to deal with the strangeness . . .
Trevor Davies has some issues with his lifestyle. He’s stuck walking his flatmate. He overstayed his tourist visa by, oh, about twenty years. His new girlfriend eats people. Welcome to the life of the modern vampire, IDs, CCTV, bloody Facebook and all. . . .
If you were the bane of existence cursed with catastrophic power, would you choose to save the lives of those who abused you, or witness and bring upon their demise? The Dark Crystal, and the Light Crystal, contain magnificent power, but together create an unparalleled path of absolute annihilation. But each carrier is destined to defeat the other. So, . . .
Two years ago, David discovered the existence of vampires when his favorite sister fell victim to one. He has been hunting them in his home town of Haventon ever since. Now, as tragedy strikes his family yet again and a botched hunt reveals him to one of his targets, the last thing he needs is responsibility for a novice hunter . . .
Life after death for the lost. The dead arrive in Gehenna as human beings, but if you stick around too long, as in don’t repent and get redeemed or simply die the second and final death, then you slowly turn into a demon—a vampire—and then you really do belong in hell. Michael Thane was just shy of scoring a millennia . . .
Sun-kissed is a story about vampires, those hunted by vampires and those who hunt vampires. . . .
There are three of us. One lost everything and was born again into the night. The second was already a lady of the night when it embraced her. The third feeds on darkness and delivers anger and death. We three disparate Shadows can only fight each other, until a larger threat looms; the threat of Rome. Together we will . . .
Join Alain and Marie from “Hell on $5 a Day” as our vampire hero and his mortal wife find their way from WWII Europe to post-war Los Angeles and get caught up in a murder mystery involving blackmail, drugs, politics, and a brewing battle that might just wipe the “city of angels” off the map. Note: this story is . . .
Action, adventure, paranormal romance. Marradith Ryder has always had powers she can’t explain. She’s taken from her home by a man named Justin, who claims that he was sent to protect her. Can she trust him? And why is she so important to the powerful members of The Circle? . . .
I write serial, character-driven, fantasy/horror/sci-fi with a very human twist. There’s plenty of action, but I don’t blow something up every couple of pages just to keep readers on the hook. My recent series is set in a world infested by vampires. There are billions of them—after all, they drink blood and turn new vampires daily, so in a . . .
The seventeenth century Romania village of Vallaya has been plagued by vampires living in the neighboring woods, whose sporadic attacks have killed several of its villagers. But they have also, simultaneously, found great prosperity from the sale of vampire wares, medicines made from slain vampires, killed by their vampire hunter, Vasile, and processed by their apothecary Andrei. But change is . . .
Lives are turned upside down, as the Inquisition of 1486 spreads through the city of Paris. The witch Selene du Miette battles, and dies at the hands of, the evil men who claim to lead the Church, only to open her eyes once again, in a world that has forgotten her. On her first night in Paris, Selene is targeted . . .
Dec 13, 2008: The opening chapters of 13 Bullets are a visceral, gory thrill ride. It’s rare that I get an adrenalin rush from a book, but it honestly had my blood pumping, and I’m not being hyperbolic.
I am not a big fan of vampire stories beyond Dracula. I think they’re a waste of a writer’s time, because it’s been done, re-done, and over-done. I think good writer’s should use their energy creating new stories, instead of building on the bones of old [more . . .]
Aug 24, 2011: Malleus Maleficarum is a fun script-format adventure that is reminiscent of genre shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, and True Blood. It is very well-written and formatted, and the site layout is easy to navigate and features images that add to the story experience. The use of real actors hypothetically cast in the roles provides good mental images for the characters. The script format is really quick and simple to read—it’s very easy to conjure up a mental image of a TV show with all the requisite cuts, [more . . .]