Vampire Days continue with this announcement:
WMG Publishing has reissued my vampire novel, Sins of the Blood. Those of you who bought my romance novels in recent weeks, be warned: This novel is the opposite of those. This is not a Twilight type of vampire story. This is a horror novel, and quite dark. It has gotten great reviews and has received a cult following over the years.
Here’s more on the book. You can order it from the various e-book outlets including Kindle, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords. There will be a trade paper in the summer. I’ll announce it when it arrives. Here’s the link to an excerpt from the Smashwords link (because I’m too lazy to do an excerpt myself). Enjoy!
Finally, Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s graphic tale of a world overrun by vampires gets a new life of its own.
When she was a little girl, Cammie drove a wooden stake through her father’s heart to save her brother Ben’s life. Separated by the system, Cammie lost track of Ben. Now Cammie works as an eradicator, a vampire slayer for a privately funded organization. But she can’t forget her brother. She leaves her job and her home to discover what happened to Ben.
Instead, she discovers what price she paid for her own survival. She learns about her family, and its legacy. She learns what it really means to have sins of the blood.
A memorable cult classic of vampirism, Sins of the Blood is the most shocking book Rusch has ever written.
“A must read. Just don’t read it alone in a dark room.” —Fordham University Ram
“It’s horror in the same way that Robert Bloch’s Psycho is—horror of the soul.” —Locus
“Nerve shredding….Like early Ray Bradbury, Rusch has the ability to switch on a universal dark.” —the Times of London