(in order of books above)
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- Night School Vampire Hunter novella #1 (Released date March 2012)
- Kindred (A Night School Vampire Hunter Trilogy novella) #2 (Released date November 2012)
- Redemption (A Night School Vampire Hunter Trilogy novella) #3 (Released date spring 2013)
- Chrysalis (Full Length) Released date spring 2013
- Hunters Series novellas (Released date summer 2013)
- Ame Academy’s Paranormal novella series summer 2013
Kindred is the second novella in The Night School Vampire Hunter
Rafael frightens her, he hints of a secret; another time and another life lived.
Can love survive two lifetimes?
Events unfold that provides the answers to who Rafael really is and whatthey mean to one another; and along with these strange and blossoming emotions for Rafael, along with guilt and fear for her brothers safety; Angel discovers that she is more than just a Vampire Hunter, and that she plays a major role in a ancient prophecy, which she must fulfill by facing an a force so evil that survival is not promised.
But she will face the Dark One, Angel will sacrifice all, if it means saving all whom she loves. Many questions are answered, but the drama is just beginning….
Beware the muse with a chip on her shoulder.
Muses are often called uncooperative, grumpy, lazy beings who abandon a writer when they’re needed most. Now, one of them has decided to tell their side of the story. Meet Clarissa, a muse who has spent centuries trying to inspire artists who sometimes are too stubborn to listen to her.
What is your muse trying to say to you? Clarissa might just be able to answer that…
Publisher: CP Bialois
Release Date: 10/23/2012
Blurb:From the imagination of CP Bialois, author of Call of Poseidon and the Sword and the Flame series, comes a collection of short stories filled horror and suspense. Nothing is as it seems in the world around us. Join us as we step through the doorway and into the unseen workings of our world. With each story, Skeleton Key will warm your heart with a brother’s love, break it with the ultimate betrayal, and bring the shadows around you to life.
Keep telling yourself it’s only a book, and maybe that sound you heard will be just a tree limb scratching against the window. Be sure to read the paper in the morning, as it may save your life. And never, go into a room without something to defend yourself with. Most important of all, relax and have fun.
Camping 101 excerpt
“The one that comes to mind is about a family that went camping one summer, not too long ago. They settled in by their fire, much as we’re doing now, huddled together and sharing blankets. The night was clear and you could see all of the stars.” He motioned to the cloudless sky and stars, which could still be seen despite the fire. “The same as tonight.”
“Unknown to the family, there was a secret military facility at the base of the mountain where they were experimenting on volunteers. The men that volunteered did so to help their country, but what was done to them…” He trailed off, shaking his head before continuing. “Is beyond description. Earlier that night they managed to escape, killing a handful of guards before escaping into the woods. Just as the family settled in for the night, the bushes around them rustled and the seven men burst out and seized the family.”
“Did they kill ‘em?” Jason’s eyes were wide as were the rest in the group. Lester knew he had them right where he wanted them.
Slowly, Lester nodded. “They tore the people apart with their bare hands and began to eat them. That was how the men were found an hour later, sleeping with full stomachs and dried blood coating their faces, hands, and chests.”
“What happened to the men?” This time Eric spoke, his face was the only one of the group that hadn’t gone pale.
Lester sat back and let out a deep breath, his hand dropped to the machete propped next to him against the tree. “They took the six of them back to the compound where they still are as far as anyone knows. The incident was covered up and blamed on a hitchhiker, turned serial killer.”
Lee nodded, “Exactly, here I thought I had found paradise. But then I guess no matter where you find it, paradise has to have a serpent.”
Elias looked at him with a worried look. Thoughts of Slasher films danced through his head. “Is there something wrong here, Lee?”
Lee shrugged, “Dunno, depends on whether you believe all them ghost stories. People always come up here lookin’ fer the ghost of the little girl, but they never find her.”
Meredith felt a little chill go through her. “A little girl’s ghost?”
Lee nodded and puffed on his pipe some more. “That’s right. A little girl supposedly heard scratching at her bedroom window one night and opened it. Next day she was found dead by her brother. No one knew what to think or believe. There was no signs of struggle, no sign of what happened besides deep scratch marks on her windowsill. Since then, some say her ghost can be seen by the lake, but those that see her don’t live to tell about it.”
Meredith remained quiet for a moment. Her own mind was thinking of the stories of missing children in the paper on a daily basis. “Do you believe those stories?”
Lee stayed quiet for a few seconds before shaking his head. “Nah, for the simple fact that how’s anyone to know you died if you see her, if no one’s lived to tell about it? Nothing more than campfire stories, if you ask me.”
Artist Cecile Monique
Monique’s signature, genre-bending sound.In addition to
her impressive musical talent, Cecile’s cosmopolitan personality
and multicultural roots (half European and half Hispanic) also
broaden her appeal to an international audience; Cecile is fluent in
several languages and has recorded and performed songs in English,
Spanish, French, Italian, German, Czech, and Latin.