Carole Gill

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What is your latest release and what genre is it? The Fourth Bride – Gothic horror and romance

Quick description: The Fourth Bride is the fourth novel in The Blackstone Vampires Series. After the tragic and sudden death of her groom, Dia, cursed by Dracula as a babe, is taken to his castle. Once there she is seduced and turned by the count and becomes his fourth bride. The other brides are to be her sisters. All are to love and feed upon one another.
As her master says: “The joy is in the blood…the passion is in the blood…endless life is in the blood…!”
Dia’s tale is full of erotic sex and graphic violence. It is a tale of love and lust but mostly of blood for the blood is everything

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Brief biography:
I’ve always written but life, as it often does, got in the way and I turned back to writing some years ago. In 2000 I was selected by North West Playwrights of England for further development but found I preferred writing fiction (novels and short stories).

Recently I signed with Creativia and they are republishing my books. There are four books in The Blackstone Vampires Series:
The House on Blackstone Moor, Book 1
Unholy Testament – The Beginnings, Book 2
Unholy Testament – Full Circle, Book 3
The Fourth Bride, Book 4

I enjoy writing short stories and am widely published in horror and sci-fi anthologies.

Links to buy Carole’s books:
Amazon Worldwide – eBook and print
The House on Blackstone Moor
Amazon Worldwide – eBook and print
Unholy Testament – The Beginnings
Amazon Worldwide – eBook and print
Unholy Testament – Full Circle
Amazon Worldwide – eBook and print
Unholy Testament – The Fourth Bride

Carole’s promo links:
Author Page at Facebook

What are you working on now?
I’ve begun a brand new series. There are two characters that appear in The Fourth Bride that feature in the series. I write historically based horror and this series will be expansive. It will take the reader from Ancient Egypt to the French Revolution on to vampire clubs in Paris and beyond. There are to be three novels in the series. I am well into the first.

Carole’s reading recommendation:
I love Anne Rice’s work. She is my icon. Her fiction deserves to be called Gothic. She redefined vampires and made them interesting three dimensional characters, not a bunch of crazed blood sucking monsters. I love Interview with the Vampire. I particularly found the vampire child, Claudia, to be the most haunting character I ever read about.

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