Monthly Archives: January 2011

The MGN (multi-genre novel)-diverse fiction

The two novels I have written – the first two books of the Darke Lyfe Trilogy – have been labeled “vampire” books.  And it is true that the central components of the trilogy’s storyline are a vampyre and a global … Continue reading

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The Atticus Letter: From Inherited Evil, the Darke Lyfe Trilogy

Below is the 1998 letter written by Dr. Steven Atticus to his colleague, Hans Krider.  It is presented here for your edification.  It also appears prior to the Prologue within Inherited Evil. MG Dr. Hans Krider, Professor Emeritus Department of … Continue reading

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Dr. Steven Atticus, scientist – a character profile

The central theme of my Darke Lyfe Trilogy is a global population of vampyres/vampires, and one in particular: Harrison Van Gilter. I profiled Harrison in an earlier post. The Trilogy has plural protagonists. In other words, several characters are faced … Continue reading

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Harrison Van Gilter, Rogue Vampyre – a character profile

The Darke Lyfe Trilogy consists of three novels: Ascent of Evil, Inherited Evil and Arcanum of Evil (the last is in production).  While the central focus of my contemporary horror drama is a global population of vampyres/vampires, one heinous individual … Continue reading

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