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#New book The Vampire of Blackpool by Catherine Anne Green (@SpookyMrsGreen) #Paranormal eerie and spooky, with a British touch

Hi all:

I’m pleased to see that authors I’ve met through blogging and social media are keeping busy with their books, and there’s a great variety of them. Here, Catherine Anne Green who also belongs to the fabulous and supportive group of authors ASMSG told me she’d released a new book, and as I’ve visited and enjoyed my time in Blackpool, I could not resist…

The Vampire of Blackpool by Catherine Green
The Vampire of Blackpool by Catherine Green

The Vampire of Blackpool by Catherine Green

British paranormal romance author Catherine Green has taken a break from her Redcliffe novels series set in Cornwall, and has launched her brand new novel, The Vampire of Blackpool. A contemporary English Gothic story, it tells the tale of vampire Meredith Hanson, her love interest Samantha Morris, and her rival, the vampire hunter Ryan James. The novel is strictly for an adult audience, and Catherine’s vampires do not sparkle!

 

The vampire, the witch, and the hunter battle it out in a contemporary Gothic adventure in Northern England.

 

Meredith Hanson lives in Blackpool, the former Victorian holiday hotspot of Northern England. She masquerades as a reclusive author, feeding on the blood of unsuspecting tourists without remorse. Her life takes on new meaning when she meets a young witch in a local pub one evening. Despite Meredith’s cold demeanour, she finds herself oddly fascinated with Samantha Morris, and falls into an accidental relationship with the girl. It is at this time that a vampire hunter arrives in Blackpool. He is tough, he is determined, and his next target is an ancient vampire that has been spotted in the tourist town. He intends to bring her down and destroy her to save the lives of innocent humans. Will he succeed? Or will the experienced vampire seductress be the cause of his undoing?

 

The Vampire of Blackpool is available to order in paperback and ebook formats via her website www.catherinegreenauthor.blogspot.com or you can find it in Amazon and other ebook stores.

Here, a bit of information about the author:

Author Catherine Green holding a copy of her new gothic novel The Vampire of Blackpool. Oh, to be beside the seaside!
Author Catherine Green holding a copy of her new gothic novel The Vampire of Blackpool. Oh, to be beside the seaside!

About the Author

Author of British paranormal romance series The Redcliffe Novels, Catherine Green was raised on books from a young age, and has happy memories of Saturday mornings spent in her small local library, devouring the contents of the shelves. Catherine has always been fascinated by the supernatural world, and it feels natural for her to write about vampires, werewolves, witches and other mystical creatures in her contemporary stories.

 

If you sign up to Catherine’s newsletter, she will send you a free copy of her Redcliffe short story, It’s Complicated, to introduce you to her fictional supernatural seaside town in Cornwall, England.

You can find Catherine in the following places:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpookyMrsGreen

Author blog: http://www.catherinegreenauthor.blogspot.co.uk/

Twitter page: https://twitter.com/SpookyMrsGreen

Personal Blog: http://spookymrsgreen.com/

Thanks so much to author Catherine Green for bringing us her brand new novel, thanks to all of you for reading, and you know what to do, like, share, comment and CLICK!

 

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22 replies on “#New book The Vampire of Blackpool by Catherine Anne Green (@SpookyMrsGreen) #Paranormal eerie and spooky, with a British touch”

Thanks, Pete. I thought so too. I must check the link as I’ve spent a lot of time away recently and I have missed plenty of films. Have a great weekend!

It sounds as if it would make a great movie too. Blackpool is a fun place (the epitome of the British sea-side resort. I did a short locum there and I must admit I enjoyed it, although I always found myself on the way of the dotto train…).

Wow, what a wonderful response, thank you so much for sharing my new book, Olga! And thanks to everyone for commenting/liking/sharing etc. Yes, my British paranormal novels are mostly contemporary, and I like to think they bring the classic style of Bram Stoker into the 21st century (or maybe I’m dreaming!) 🙂

Thanks, Catherine. It sounds like a winning idea to me (and I must admit to loving Whitby, talking about Bram Stoker, but I guess the rest of the seaside resort towns deserve their own paranormal novel too!). Good luck!

Oh yes, Whitby is definitely one of my spiritual homes (along with Blackpool, Scarborough, Looe and Llandudno). Plenty of material for future stories… 🙂

I’ve only been to Cornwall once and I didn’t visit Looe, but I’ll have to add it to my ever growing list of places to visit.

Catherine is an expert on British seaside vampires and I get the feeling there are more to come. Thanks Noelle, and happy weekend!

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