Hello my friends and welcome to my little dark corner of the web.
If this is your first visit here, I encourage you to take a few minutes and have a look around. There are a number of interesting pages that may tickle your fancy, some of which contain photos while others hold the first chapters of books I, II, III & IV, “Whitechapel Road; A Vampyre Tale and Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, Unnatural Selection and Dark Origins, book four in the series.
Book IV, Dark Origins has only recently been completed and I am truly happy with the final outcome. Unlike the other three stories, all of which take place within what I would call, “recent memory” in a history way of thinking, Dark Origins will take you much further back and I'm certain it may well unnerve a few of you. You can read the first chapter of Dark Origins by clicking here: read chapter one Dark Origins has been printed in a short run and just as with Unnatural Selection the book will only available from me directly. You can order book four or any of the others in the series by messaging me through the email address found in the “contact me” section of the web page.
The video trailer for Mary, Mary Quite Contrary has been completed and I hope to have it up here before the end of 2017. It’s a short and simple flick that sums up the vicious and unpredictable cat and mouse storyline of book II quite nicely.
While on the topic of trailers, the job of creating one for book III Unnatural Selection is now under way and I am happy to say that we did manage to get some very good scenes shot during the early months of August. Sadly, much like many things associated with the creation of the series, medical issues have again created some delays and now we are hoping that the weather will cooperate, otherwise this project will have to be revisited in the spring of 2018.
A trailer for book IV Dark Origins is nothing short of an incredible undertaking, as you will come to understand as you turn the pages. The props, locations and actors will be hard to come by and undoubtedly expensive to acquire. That being what it may, we have managed to find at least one location along with the horses required to do some of the scenes. Time will tell if the rest is even feasible.
And in closing, I would like for you to ask yourself, what do we truly know of these mythical beings... do we really know anything about them at all? Is what we look upon as knowledge, merely a collection of disjointed stories based on little more than superstition and loose speculation? Do they live forever as the legends say? Do they love? Is the word vampire even correct? The Vampyre Tales are more than a mere story designed to fright and delight us, for once you embark on the journey, they will take you on a winding road back through time and as you turn the pages, you will begin to see that perhaps everything we have come to know is not quite as it would appear to be.
Thank you for stopping in, I wish you a peaceful night of slumber once you arrive there. Wayne ^v^