I loved monster movies when I was a kid.
When one harkens back to the classic monsters, there are really only three types that have literary legs. At least, I am unaware of any boom in Godzilla-based novels.
I don’t count ghosts as monsters because, well, they’re ghosts.
Frankenstein was for all intents and purposes, a zombie, as was the Mummy; though neither was of the more popular brain-consuming variety.
Aliens of any variety don’t count as monsters because wherever they come from, they’re just regular. On their home-worlds, they’d just be Joe the Blob, Fred the Predator, Alice the Alien, Marsha the Body-Snatcher, etc. Continue reading “Vampires and Werewolves and Zombies, Oh My!”
Emeline and the Mutants
by Rachel Tsoumbakos
Newsflash: A cure for AIDS discovered!
The Haum vaccine, as it came to be known, is so important to humanity that is available to the public immediately. Available in a vaccine, it is effective as both a preventative measure as well as a cure for those already infected.
No one needs know that the proper testing was short-lived, nor that a few ‘mutations’ are occurring. They are merely secrets for the government to hold onto.
Although, eventually there is no way to hide the fact that the world is now filled with people who are no longer predisposed to getting cancer, heart disease or diabetes; but of becoming werewolves, vampires and trolls.
Follow Emeline and her new-found friend, Gwennie, as they fight to find the truth behind the death of Emeline’s brother, Warwick.
EMELINE AND THE MUTANTS is a fast-paced cautionary tale of what happens when science goes wrong.
This title is available from Amazon US, Amazon UK, and Smashwords. Continue reading “Book Brief: Emeline and the Mutants”