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Friday, September 4, 2020

Check It Out: The Lonely Vampire

 



The Lonely Vampire by Ann Greyson 
Paranormal Fairy Tale

This fairy tale style novel is about Ileana Vladislava, a vampire who flees Transylvania in 1578 in the midst of a vampire witch hunt and reestablishes herself in Newcastle upon Tyne, a city in Tyne and Wear, England. Hundreds of years later, Ileana lives out a lonely existence in Wightwick Hall, a castle within the Jesmond Dene woodland valley. When Ileana sees the young and beautiful Myrna Ivester at a public library, there is something about her that sets her apart from anyone else. She decides to take a risk and transform Myrna into a vampire believing it is her destiny. With the impending threat against the vampires by Claymor, a vampire hunter in the form of a grudge bearing werewolf, the war between good and evil finds a new battlefield in Newcastle upon Tyne.




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About the Author: ANN GREYSON has written poetry for The Muse literary & arts magazine, and theatre reviews for Talent Magazine. She has a passion for creating fictional characters for television, acting in the programs: I Citizen, SpaceWoman Light-years Apart, Birdwatcher, The Lonely Vampire, The Out World, and PuRR. Ann portrays Hannah Winter in the Never-DEAD short television program screened at the 2016 MystiCon Independent Film Festival. She has produced Pompilia broadcast on Anne Arundel Community Television, and The Watchers, nominated for a VOLLIE Award for Best Local Documentary from Community Media Center TV
of Westminster in 2014. She has also performed as a dancer on stage and some of the music videos she sings and acts in are: Shine, O Christmas Tree, House of the Rising Sun, Motherless Child, and Buffalo Gals. Ann has an Associate of Arts degree in English from Howard Community College. She is a member of Actors' Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA and the Alpha Alpha Sigma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. She lives in Maryland.

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