Deadly Ever After

Dylan J. Morgan Does Cool Vampires. Not Like That.

TODAY’S BREW: Do they make pumpkin champagne? Can I get some of that?

By Julie

Our old friend, Dylan J. Morgan, Defiler of Dreams and Creator of Nightmares does what few do for me—he gives me vampire plot that is classic, but with unique flavor that makes it current and fresh.

Monsters and Mortals is a novella that would do you good to read. Dylan can teach all of us a thing or two about writing, and if you remember him from our Nightmares Before Christmas series, you know this. If you don’t, go read this story now. Seriously, what are you doing here? Go now. It’s called Dreamwatcher and it’s here.

Good, you’re back. Now read this. Support your local or not so local vampires, and pick it up. Then review it. That’s the thing to do.

August 12, 2013

NEW RELEASE – Monsters and Mortals

My new novella, Monsters and Mortals, is finally out. Currently it can only be purchased on the Kindle through Amazon, but that may be subject to change. Please feel free to tweet the shit out of this blog, or re-blog it if you want. Your support is vital.


Quick links for the US and UK.

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Official Blurb:

Rome: a city two thousand years in the making, once the most influential metropolis in the world. Mortal rulers have come and gone, great kingdoms built and destroyed. Yet one empire has outlasted them all, and the largest, most powerful vampire coven in the world has its roots buried deep in Rome’s foundations.

Disgraced medical examiner Fabio Morani travels there, following a trail of dead bodies left behind by a vampire. Deanna Matthews flees from hybrids—a grotesque half-breed mix of vampire and werewolf—and boards the first plane leaving Heathrow, bound for the Italian capital. A chance meeting throws the two mortals together and they find themselves embroiled in a centuries-old supernatural conflict, where the participants are hell-bent on their destruction.

Rome’s vampire coven is out for revenge, and nothing will stand in the way of justice.


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4 thoughts on “Dylan J. Morgan Does Cool Vampires. Not Like That.

  1. This is on my list, but I have to finish someone else’s vampire novel first. :Wink Wink

  2. dylanjmorgan on said:

    Thank you so much, Julie. I appreciate it.

    And I hope you enjoy it, Mari, once you finish that “other” book, of course. 😉

  3. You’ve intrigued me so far. Although I’m a little worried about vampire/werewolf hybrids. I’ve never seen those end well.

  4. Sounds good to me! 🙂

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