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Saturday, September 7, 2019

The Vampire's Curse Book Blast and Giveaway

Enjoy this urban fantasy book release then enter to win a $50 Amazon gift card. Open worldwide, you have through 10/5 to enter. Good luck.

The Vampire's Curse: Life Eternal
by J.G. Gatewood
Genre: Adult Urban Fantasy 

There's no other way to say it; cancer is a bitch. When I was fifteen, Doctor's diagnosed me with a rare brain tumor and gave me five years to live. With my death imminent, I made a deal with the Devil. Well, not the real Devil, but one of his minions for sure. Out of options, I accepted an offer for eternal life. I agreed to become a vampire. And all I had to offer in exchange was one year of service to a Duke named Aldric. What is one year in the grand scheme of things? Especially, when I'd live forever.
Now, two years later, I have a different view of vampires. I live in the shadows and have no contact with any of my friends or family. I hate what I've become and If I could go back and do it all over again, I would. To make matters worse, Aldric is summoning me for my one year of service. When I refuse, they hunt me like an animal. I'm run over by a car and witness my mother's death at the hands of Aldric's minions. No one stands up to-let alone refuses-Aldric, but enough is enough. I can't live like this. I'm always watching over my shoulder, and fear each new person I meet is on a mission to kill me. This is not a second lease on life; its torture and the only way it will end is if I kill Aldric. It's time for him to die.

J.G. Gatewood is the author of the Keepers of the Orbs Fantasy Series and other writing projects. The first three books in the series (The Unknown Man, The Rising Past, A Shadow Within) are available on Amazon, as are his YA Fantasy novel, The Final Offering, and his Sci-Fi short story, Redemption.
When J.G. Gatewood is not writing, he is a full-time Subject Matter Expert and an avid reader.
He lives in Parker, Colorado with his wife of 16 years, and two sons. In what little free time he has remaining, he is usually busy brewing his own beer, crafting his own wine or enjoying a fine cigar.


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25 comments:

  1. Love the cover. This is a vampire book I need to read.

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  2. Thank for the great giveaway!
    The book looks like an amazing read!

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  3. i loooove vampires. and cant wait for this!

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  4. I like the cover. It promises a good, classic vampire read.

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  5. Sounds great and would even be great made into a movie

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  6. I love books about vampires and this one looks like a good one.

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  7. I'm weird but I think the cover looks a bit comical. This sounds like an excellent vampire read.

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    1. Thanks. I was actually going in that direction when I created the original cover. This one was selected by my publisher.

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  8. The cover of the book is scary looking but is perfect for the genre.

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  9. The cover is interesting! A tiny bit over the top but Eye-catching.

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  10. I like the cover-thanks

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  11. Love a good vampire story and this cover leads me to believe this might be one! Thank you and good luck with the book..

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    1. Thank you. I hope you check it out and enjoy it :)

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  12. This is one of the best vampire covers I have seen in a long time! It's dark and I love that!

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  13. i love vamps and the book is a eye catcher and then the color of the book

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  14. I have a question...what time period is it set in? From what i can tell from the clothes it looks like maybe 1800s?
    I always like a vampire period piece. BTW, i thought the cover picture was a little comical too.

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    1. It is not a period piece and takes place in modern times.

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  15. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

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  16. Sounds like a great read, I like the cover.

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  17. I love the cover. It looks great

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