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Vampire Horror Comes To Audio Book

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Remember when I told you my novels are coming to audio book? Good news! Vampire horror novel, Storberry, which hit the #1 ranking in Occult Horror on Amazon in 2016, is now an audio book. Paul-Alexandre Petit provides a creepy narration, lending the perfect voice for this classic vampire horror tale. Take Storberry in the […]

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Live Storberry Reading

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Recently, I had the pleasure to read an excerpt from Storberry, my debut vampire horror novel, at RiverReads Books in Binghamton, NY. Through the magic of the Internet, you can view the entire reading on my official YouTube channel. Remember to click the shiny red “Subscribe” button to stay up to date with new video […]

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Full Moon Nightmares – Kindle Countdown Sale

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Great news! Full Moon Nightmares, the 3-book digital horror box set by Dan Padavona, is now on sale for the ridiculous price of $0.99. This Kindle Countdown Sale, exclusive to Amazon.com, runs through Monday, September 28. Full Moon Nightmares includes episode one of the acclaimed Dark Vanishings series, The Island, and the frightening vampire horror […]

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Storberry – Kindle Countdown Sale

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The Kindle version of Storberry is now on sale for only $0.99. This Kindle Countdown Sale, exclusive to Amazon.com, runs through Monday, September 7th. Find out why Horror Novel Reviews compares Storberry to Salem’s Lot and 30 Days of Night. This is vampire horror the way you remember it from your childhood – scary, brooding, […]

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Fright Night (1985)

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“Back, Spawn of Satan!” Ready to have fun? You’d better be, because that is what Fright Night (1985) is all about. A classic horror date movie, Fright Night tells the tale of Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale), an unassuming teenager who suspects his new neighbor is a vampire. Of course, nobody believes Charley’s story, even when […]

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Nosferatu (1922)

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“Is this your wife? What a lovely throat.” The first, and arguably best, vampire horror movie ever made is F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu (1922). The silent movie, based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula novel, starred Max Schreck as one of the most frightening vampires to ever grace the screen. In fact, Nosferatu was almost the first Dracula […]