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We’re excited to offer all ebooks for 75% off this Labor Day! As a thank you to our readers and those who work hard every day, TouchPoint Press announces all ebook in the TouchPoint bookstore are 75% off (use code LABOR75 at checkout). … Continue reading
We are excited to share the new trailer for Shyla Lukens’ Just Paying the Rent, book one in the Jessie Billows mystery series. And many thanks to Opal Campbell for an awesome job! No wonder USA Today has listed several of Opal’s … Continue reading
Chris DeFazio will be at Barnes & Noble in Framingham, MA, Thursday, May 8 from 7-9pm signing copies of A History in Blood (Blood Trilogy Book 1).
A History in Blood depicts a world where vampire culture and politics reside peacefully beside the world above ground, a world where vampires don’t adhere to the erroneous traditional lore. Stakes to the heart cannot kill them—only fire or decapitation. Although popular opinion suggests that garlic and sunlight are fatal to them, in truth, these are more like allergies that affect them to varying degrees. Against this backdrop, and with a healthy dose of humor, the story follows Titus Acilius (aka Julian Brownell, aka Christian Beauparlant, aka Texas Jack, aka any number of alternate identities) on his journey to protect the people he loves from harm even as he searches for the answers to his ancient-life crisis.
“Think paranormal literature and excellent storytelling doesn’t exist? Well, it does now! ” –Natasza Waters, InD’tale magazine
“…one hell of a vampire novel!” –Word Edge
“spot-on historical elements and includes aspects of life to which any reader can relate.” –Colbie Myles, freelancer and author
“…kept the story moving at a good pace…great example of how to avoid clogging up your story with unnecessary details.” –Greenleaf Literary
“From Roman times to resent history- we follow the main character from depression to acceptance. A off beat vampire self help book that solves so many mysteries through time in such a way that I laughed out loud. Wonderfully creative.” –Amazon reader review