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New Release – Cameo and the Vampire by Dawn McCullough-White October 31, 2011

Posted by Jaidis in Books, Featured Authors.
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Today I am excited to announce the release of Cameo and the Vampire, Book 3 in the Trilogy of Shadows by Dawn McCullough White! I had the pleasure of reading and reviewing the first two books in this trilogy and am excited that the third is now available!

Author Bio:

Dawn McCullough-White writes mainly dark fantasy and horror. Her novels tend to favor the use of anti-authority anti-heroes as the main characters, most commonly with a strong, female protagonist.

Dawn was born in 1969, in Rochester, NY, and began writing prose at age 14. Ms. McCullough-White is married and has a young son. She is fascinated by history and social psychology. She is a vegetarian and animal lover. Her favorite drink is Gewürztraminer. She’s a fan of Alice in Chains, U2, and Stabbing Westward. Her favorite books include The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien, A Movable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, and The Social Animal by Elliot Aronson.

Cameo and the Vampire by Dawn McCullough White

Synopsis:

A vampire’s bite tormenting Cameo, she pushes forth on a journey that will find her descending into darkness and at Kyrian’s request she is forced into the confrontation she has been avoiding for over fifty years with the undead that made her…

Be sure to check out my reviews of Cameo the Assassin and Cameo and the Highwayman!

Places you can get Cameo and the Vampire:

Amazon Kindle

B&N Nook Book

If you are interested in winning not one, not two but all three books in The Trilogy of Shadows, be sure to stop by the 2nd Annual Celebration of Authors & Readers where 10 lucky winners will receive all three books in this series! The giveaway for these books will run from December 16th – 21st.

Be sure to follow Dawn on her writing adventures by liking her Facebook Fan Page!

You can also learn more about this amazing author by visiting her Website!

Happy Halloween,

Jaidis

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