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Sunday, August 7, 2011

Tony-Paul de Vissage Book Promo

A couple of months ago author Tony-Paul de Vissage was a guest here on Amberkatze's Book Blog. Well it seems the author has two, yes two, new books out and asked if I would post a little bit about them for you all. Who am I to say no? ;)

So I hope you enjoy reading about Tony's new releases and maybe you will even treat yourselves to a copy?


The Night Man Cometh

The Night Man Cometh chronicles the existence of Damian la Croix, who willingly became a vampire to escape the threat of the Black Death. Damian is a “traditional” neither apologizing for what he does nor regretting it.

Limousin, France, 1249: Damian, Marquis la Croix loses his soul as he willingly chooses Undeath rather than perish of the Plague. Once risen as a vampire, he begins a solitary walk through the corridors of Time. Through Mankind’s long centuries, many women and one man cross his path, respond to his enticements, and have to make the choice…for when The Night Man Cometh, Death is never far behind.

Available from Class Act Books in pdf, Mobi-Pocket, e-print, and paperback:

Sweet Sips of Blood

Some vampires want to have their cake and drink it, too…

Sweet Sips of Blood is an anthology of ten short stories about vampires and Death…and sometimes, Life.

After the Apocalypse of 2012, humans and vampires unite to face an assault from a mutual foe…

A famous writer of vampire novels goes too far with her latest literary effort…

A vampire with a toothache seeks out an unusual dentist…

Blood will Freeze…Working-class Vampires…the Best Dentist in Orange County… and six other short stories, some whimsical, some sad, a couple horrific, but all designed to titillate, amuse, and chill…

Sometimes the vampire gets his “cake”; in others, he’s still outside, staring in through the bakery window. Like the sweet sips of blood sustaining the vampire’s existence, these stories are sweet sips of vampires’ secret souls.

Available from Vamptasy Publishing (UK)

1 comment:

Bianca Swan said...

Tony has the most original vampire mythos. I can't wait to read both these!