by Chris DeFazio I had my first book, A History in Blood, published at TouchPoint Press in October of 2013. Since that time several of my friends and acquaintances have asked me how I had come up with the idea … Continue reading
With all the excitement coming from TouchPoint Press this fall, we are proud to announce the release of Tolar Miles new novel, Delta, a spinoff character from Tolar’s debut novel, Mud Marbles. True to Tolar’s style in her debut novel, she expands the spunky character Delta Bulloch with more laugher and even a possible murder, the catalyst that sparks a memorable road trip.
In Delta, you’ll meet the handsome Calvin Sherman from New Orleans, who Delta refers to as “The Devil.” Miss Mincy, who is possibly the most loved character from the book Mud Marbles, makes a few appearances and gives advice as Delta visits family in Cotton Tree, Alabama.
During Delta’s adventures, there are a few people who would prefer she disappear, but Delta manages to maintain her southern wit and charm through it all. As active members of Savannah’s Garden Club, Delta and Betsey keep things lively at the monthly meetings. Like most Southern households, hospitality abounds. Delta’s southern hospitality extends beyond the cocktail shaker. She relies heavily on the famous River Street Sweets® to help entertain family and friends.
Sit back and enjoy the ride as you travel with Delta, Maelynn, and Betsey through the historical cities of Savannah, New Orleans, and Key West.
If that’s not enough, what is the month of October without a sprinkle—or dousing, as the case may be—of blood? Chris DeFazio has entertained readers with the first two titles in his Blood Trilogy: A History in Blood and Just Plain Blood.
The Blood Trilogy comes to a stunning conclusion with its final entry. The long years have beaten down the once powerful vampire, Titus Acilius, and left him stranded and desolate. Titus must delve deeply into his past to find the strength for one last epic journey across a ravaged continent. Will he survive? Will anyone survive? The answers lie in the future…Blood Future.
Whatever you reading preference, TouchPoint Press promises the month of October will bring forth a title or two that will be the perfect fit. Look for sneak peeks of upcoming titles through the month and get ready for love, laughter, romance, murder, and more!
Needhamite Chris DeFazio’s new book “Blood Future” is out in October. Recently, he answered a few questions about it for the Needham Times.Times: Tell us about yourself, what you do professionally and how you got into writing.DeFazio: I’m a lifelong Boston area local and a Needham resident for over a decade. I’ve been a full-time ER doc for over twenty-five years. I’ve always had a creative side and wanted to write, but up until very recently did not have the time.Times:
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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