I have followed Mirriam Neal's work for years. From her art, which is beautiful and impressive, to eavesdropping on her conversations about all kinds of things on Facebook. I am not sure I could quite call her a friend because we don't know each other that well. However, I do admire her creativity and skills. All that said, I am delighted to introduce her third book, a fantasy adventure full of vampires and werewolves and the like. I know that the genre might not be up some of my fellow readers' alleys, but for those of you who do enjoy such fantasy worlds, here is her new novel, Dark is the Night:
Skata only has one goal in life—to seek out the vampire who turned his wife and kill it. When he finally tracks the vampire to the small nowhere town of Salvation, South Carolina, he realizes he has stepped foot into something bigger than himself. He's going to need help—and that help may come in many forms. Between the vampires, werewolves, shape-shifters, and an unusual preacher, Skata may be in over his head.
Coming October 25th!
MIRRIAM NEAL is an author frequently masquerading as an artist. When she’s not scrubbing paint off her hands, she’s thinking about writing (actually, if she’s being honest, she’s always thinking about writing). A discovery writer, she tends to start novels and figure them out as she goes along and likes to work on several books at the same time—while drinking black coffee. She’s a sucker for monsters, unlikely friendships, redemption arcs, and underdog protagonists. When not painting fantasy art or writing genre-bending novels, she likes to argue the existence of Bigfoot, rave about Guillermo del Toro, and write passionate defenses of misunderstood characters.
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