Sunday, February 26, 2012


Nicole Hadaway has written a number of novels for Vamplit Publishing. I suggest you go to her blog and read about her and her great stories, and that you visit her author page at Vamplit Publishing as well. She spins terrific tales of vampires, demons, and werewolves. My kind of lady.

I particularly enjoy that Nicole shares her writing with her readers and peers on her blog. Why? It's a great way to let potential readers know about your writing and to keep present fans' appetites whetted for the release of your next novel. Word of mouth goes a long ways, and when you have the skills of Nicole, that word becomes a gift, one not forgiven easily.

From her blog:

As a former lawyer, Nicole Hadaway knows all about bloodsuckers and deals with the devil. She currently lives in Texas where she pens such tales of horror, usually with a literary theme (she just can't help her academic background!).

What's Release about?


That’s the response Ben Gongliewski receives, when he asks Miranda Dandridge how long she’s been a vampire. He doesn’t expect the word “forever” in her reply, but then again, Ben never imagined meeting vampires, let alone demons and werewolves, during his time in the Polish Resistance during World War II. Far from being horrified, Ben discovers that Miranda and her friends have very useful … talents … especially when it comes to saving children from concentration camps. After all, in these desperate times, while the line between good and evil is clear, the one between heroes and monsters is very, very blurred.
The last thing Miranda wants at this point in her immortal life is a human lover, but as she and Ben perform rescue after daring rescue, she can’t help but be drawn to his passion to save his fellow Jews. As the War draws to a close Miranda must choose her love for Ben or her duty to her race. Ben is blindsided by a betrayal that no one sees coming, which leads to a danger where all hell is about to break loose … literally.
Does this not sound like a great book?! I think so. Her other tales sound every bit as horrific. She is a wonderful young lady with a great penchant for writing horror!
Nicole Hadaway is a Woman in Horror!


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