Carnage which, when darkness fell, attracted something terrifying: A roaming pack of feral vampires--mindless feeders--who fell upon the soldiers left wounded and dying in No Man’s Land. Attacked by the ferals, Narain was transformed into the other type of vampire: A sentient capable of moving about in society with only a few restrictions and able to feed without killing the host. While in the fugue state of his conversion, he was found by Alphonse Reno, a man who had lost his own son to feral vampirism and who is sure the condition is biological, not metaphysical. Working to find a cure in hopes of bringing back his son, Alphonse convinces Narain that, unlike ferals, he could lead a relatively normal life.
And there's more where that came from. At this point there are three more novels waiting in the wings with a spin off novel featuring two paranormal investigators that appear in the third vampire novel. I'm hoping to give them their own series.
The bottom line is that I can't stop telling these stories. I love these characters that I've created more than any I've created before and I love the "universe" I've created for them. I have a great deal of fun writing these stories and I'm hoping readers will have fun reading them.
And to think it all started on a whim. But I'll explain that next time. That's why I decided to set up this blog. I want readers to get to know me and the characters that populate my novels. So next post I'll tell you all about the kernel of a idea that popped in ways I never expected.
|OFF TO THE RIGHT IS LAKE POINT TOWER, HOME OF NARAIN KHAN|