New Vampire Series Offers Perfect Holiday Remedy for Those Suffering From Twilight Saga Withdrawal
WASHINGTONVILLE, N.Y., Dec. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Author Thomas Winship delivers a true holiday treat in his new vampire novella, “Vaempires: White Christmas.”
Set six months before the events of his ground-breaking novel, “Vaempires: Revolution,” the novella tells the story of the last Christmas that Cassandra and Daniel spend together before vaempires–former vampires who mutate into warm-blooded creatures with an insatiable hunger for cold blood–launch a war.
With the holiday days away, people should be turning their attention toward celebrating peace and goodwill, but tension between humans, vampires, and vaempires is at an all-time high. Desperate for solutions, King Brant schedules a secret summit. Meanwhile, Daniel and Cassie’s relationship is at an all-time low. The princess still reels from a recent breakup, and Daniel doesn’t know how to help. Little does he know that the summit will be flooded with surprises–not all of them pleasant.
“The Evolutionary War” series ushered in the era of vaempires while blending action, sci-fi, and fantasy in a refreshing new twist on vampires. “White Christmas” readers will revel in a world where peace may be short-lived, but love is eternal.
C.V. Hunt, author of “Endlessly” and “Legacy” says, “It’s the best Christmas gift I got… I should have waited to open it. Thomas Winship has me hooked. With every new invention of the vampire there is a great book behind it, and I’m looking to see what the Vaempire series has to bring.” Erin McCulloch notes, “Vaempires: White Christmas puts the romance in paranormal romance, while still maintaining the high octane thrills of Revolution. Vampire fans–Twilight fans, in particular–should be thrilled. These vampires may not sparkle, but they sure do shine. If I hung them on my Christmas tree, I wouldn’t even need lights.”
“Vaempires: White Christmas” is available as an eBook through Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. The physical novel is available through CreateSpace.com. For more information, visit http://www.vaempires.com.
About the Author
Thomas Winship is a noted vaempire expert currently living in New York. He holds an MBA from St. Aquinas College and serves as an adjunct professor in English, Communications, and Business. The next installment of the “Vaempires” series is scheduled for an early 2012 release.
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