We Won AGAIN!
I couldn’t keep winning without you! Kudos to Renee, who believes in my “gift” even when I don’t. As always, I hope you sign up for my newsletter and leave me a book review. You can also get PRINTED copies from Amazon. Plus, all my titles are available through D2D which means you can now get my books from Kobo, iBooks, or Nook (and others). Here are the links:
- The Award-winning Cesar 1: com/Cesar1
- Cesar’s Revenge: com/Cesar2
- Rise of the Priestess: books2read.com/Rise
- Really Cher? A Story With A Dog In It: books2read.com/Diva
- Stolen Prophet: com/Prophet1
You can still find me on Amazon http://amzn.to/2cbnBww. Or you can e-mail me at JulianMColemanBooks@gmail.com and we will keep in touch. Again, thank you for making me an award winning author. It is humbling to win again when I sometimes feel like the opposite.
How Do You Like Your Horror?
I prefer to be thrilled by paranormal romance. The lovefest can be spiced only with the allure of, say — a coldhearted demon who’s obsessed with a sultry vixen? Is it just me, or are you also intrigued by a paranormal (and at times hot) love affair. My stories are the stuff of my nightmares…or daydreams.
Take a moment to read my blog, listen to my interview and join my mailing list for more FREE stuff. No? Just send me a note and let me know how you’re doing. We can share our nightmares.
Evie chose mortality and motherhood over life as a cursed deity. Her tranquility is destroyed when her son, Victor is kidnapped. There’s only one way to find her beloved and save his life. She has to become a monster. She surrenders without hesitation, and unleashes the fury of a wounded demigoddess. Madness and death ensues.
She will find Victor. There’s no one to stop her…or is there?
Do You Want A Delicious Thrill?
The César Trilogy:
… supernatural tales in the same vein as Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles and Lives of the Mayfair Witches series. Both authors make forays into the vampire and witch (voodoo priestess) mythology and locate their stories in the Louisiana bayous. No doubt Coleman was greatly inspired by Rice, but (s)he explores territory unique to the vampire genre and delves into the historical, albeit fictitious, paranormal world of African Americans in Louisiana. Like Anne Rice’s books, Coleman’s novels are charged with eroticism. Coleman’s writing is melodious, rhythmic and lyrical. The trilogy could join the ranks of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot, Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles, and John Ajvide Lindqvist’s Let the Right One In.