So while we’re on the subject of women and horror, it’s shameless plug time…
It’s come to my attention that Mooner, my short, historic-themed vampire e-book, is up for book at the year at Long and Short Reviews. If you’ve read it, or feel like supporting me and non-sparkly vampire fiction, how bout sending a vote my way? The voting goes live today and will go through February 14. You can get to the voting link by going HERE or clicking the graphic:
I’m really excited to even be nominated. Mooner is close to my heart not only because it was my first e-book release, but also because it combines my love of vampires and my love of American history. It’s a unique little piece that really helped me learn to shape a story. It still remains near and dear to me. Plus, hi, vampires and lumberjacks…can’t go too wrong with that, now can you?
And for those who have forgotten about Mooner, here is the cover and blurb in case you’re curious!
Like many young men at the end of the 1800s Bill has signed on to work in a logging camp to earn a fast paycheck to start his life. Unfortunately his role model is Big John, the camp’s golden boy known for blowing his pay as fast as he makes it. On a cold Saturday night they enter Red’s Saloon to forget the work that takes the sweat and the lives of so many. Red may have plans for their whiskey money, but something else lurks in the shadows, something that badly wants a drink that has nothing to do with alcohol. Can Bill make it back out the shabby door or does someone have their own plans for his future?