{Guest} Carole Gill

The House on Blackstone Moor by Carole Gill

This is a tale of vampirism, madness, obsession and devil worship as Rose Baines, only survivor of her family’s carnage, tells her story. Fragile, damaged by the tragedy, fate sends her to a desolate house on the haunted moors where demons dwell. The house and the moors have hideous secrets, yet there is love too; deep, abiding, eternal, but it comes with a price, her soul.

I wanted to write a gothic romance novel but unlike any that has gone before.

This is a dark, dark tale. Reviewers have called it brutal. It is.

The issue of child abuse is integral to the plot in that everything that happens to the heroine stems from that terrible occurrence.

The battle between good vs. evil is one of the themes. I am fascinated by that timeless battle and think it is the one central battle from which all things stem. It is at the core of everything.

There are no sparkly vampires here. There are demons, fallen angels and Satan himself.

There are human sacrifices as well and let’s just say the end is not predictable.

I wrote the kind of book I wanted to read. I hope you’ll want to read it as well.

Blackstone Moor Sequel:

The idea for the sequel came about due to reader response. I did not plan a sequel!

However, I am writing it as we ‘speak’ and it will be released later this year.

The book is not a rehash of The House on Blackstone Moor.  Its plot concerns the demon spawn Eco who is in the first book and his confession. Unholy Testament is just that. It is an account of all the evil that Eco has done in his immortal existence.

His motivation in writing the document is out of love. Whether this love is genuine or not is the question.

The testament tells of his experiences in Ancient Egypt andRome, on into the Dark Ages. From there he speaks of the Crusades, The Black Death, and recounts his dalliance with Erzebet Bathory in Bathory’s castle of blood and so on, until he accounts for all of his sins.

It is after all as he says the confession of a demon.

The House on Blackstone Moor – Available for Purchase

Ebook @ Smashwords

Paperback @ Vamplit Publishing

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About Bek Harrington

Writer, author, vampire fan and historical enthusiast. You'll often find me crusing the internet under the guise of my alter ego, 3000 year old vampire "Bektamun"

Posted on 27/08/2011, in Guests and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Great post! I sooo enjoyed reading “The House On Blackstone Moor” and am eagerly awaiting the sequel. Eco is so bad he’s good.

    Blaze

  2. Thank you, Blaze!
    Just saw this. Thanks so much. yes, he’s the demon people love to hate!
    carole

  3. I just stated that a few days in the past!!!

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