Title Of Book: The Draculata Nest: A Paranormal Urban Fantasy Adventure (The Red Wolf Saga Book 1) By: John Hundley Genre: Fantasy Sub-Genre: Paranormal, Urban Adventure, Shifter
Blurb: A lone wolf. A nest of vampires. Can he find the monster who turned his girlfriend before he loses her forever?
Lone wolf Clifford Crane is grieving the death of the lover who transformed him. Without her in it, he wants nothing more to do with her world or her pack.
Trying to find a new purpose in life, he returns to college. But when he rescues a beautiful young classmate from a vampire, he finds himself at the center of a feud between rival nests of the undead.
Danielle has been bitten. To save her he’ll have to track down and kill the one who did it. In a city teeming with bloodsuckers, that’s no easy task. He’ll need help from a powerful vampire. And that help comes with a price.
Can Clifford find the fiend he seeks in time to save her? Or will they both become pawns in a game of supernatural intrigue, a game where the losers die?
What People Are Saying:
5 Stars – “I was left wanting more.”
5 Stars – “a nice balance between detail and action, allowing richly conceived characters to move this well-developed story along at a pace that kept me absorbed throughout.”
5 Stars – “This ignited my imagination while keeping the characters very relatable.”
5 Stars – “Such a compelling book on a topic I have found frighteningly boring until now!”
5 Stars – “John is a quiet master of pen and ink and the first few pages of his book drew me in like water to a thirsty sponge.”
At the tender age of 60, John Hundley converted a manuscript he’d been working on to a mobi file and emailed it to a friend, asking her to load it on her Kindle in her spare time and give him some feedback. A few days later he found a message on his phone. An excited voice said, “This is really good. I can’t believe it was written by someone who just all of a sudden decided to write a book!”
It wasn’t. It was the culmination of a life-long dream.
John had been a lover of books even before he learned to read. His mother regularly read such classics to him and his brother as The Wizard of Oz and The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, and he came to love the pictures that would form in his head simply from listening to the words. He decided right then he wanted to be the one to write the words that would paint pictures in the minds of others.
He did write. In school he was always ready with an idea for a creative writing assignment, regularly published in the school literary magazines, and graduated the University of Georgia with the dream of writing and teaching science fiction at some major university.
But life got in the way. Things like marriage, a family software business, kids, and the very real necessity for a regular income. Over the years, he started writing projects time and again, but never finished. Gradually, the dream died.
Until, suddenly, in the fall of 2010, he found himself unemployed, divorced, and back in school. A thirty-year career writing software had come to an end when the economy went South and the company he was working for closed its local office and laid everyone off. It was a blessing in disguise. He had some time on his hands, and he had a laptop, and a lost dream was awakened.
He lives and writes in Salisbury, North Carolina, USA.
A special collector’s Illustrated Edition of the fantasy novel Pale Kings, Book 2 of the bestselling Emaneska Series.
Pale Kings is the second book in the Emaneska Series and the biggest book in this epic norse fantasy saga. It was originally published back in 2012, and continues the story of a powerful mage named Farden who is cursed with saving Emaneska from an ancient evil. There’s a s**tload more epic action in this sequel, large-scale battles, dragons, ever-present magic, monsters, more POVs, emotional drama, and lots of classic, epic fantasy goodness given a modern jolt.
We’re going to make the Pale Kings Illustrated Hardcover exactly like the last book, with new art by the same artist, same bindings and quality so it matches book one and they stay consistent. The only thing different will be the story and the colour. As you can see, we’re following the original colours of the Emaneska Series books and going BLUE.
The Pale Kings Illustrated Hardcover will have: -brand new interior design ~450 pages -9 custom colour illustrations by Denis Kornev -2x colour maps by Soraya Corcoran -foil stamped cover, spine and back -blue sprayed edges -signed, numbered and stamped page -and maybe more if we hit our stretch goals