Author Lyn Gibson interviews with Ian Morris on Nightcast radio!

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Tune in Thursday April 2nd at 11:00 A.M. CDT where Lyn will discuss her background, Vampire History and her Vampire Series, “The Adrian Trilogy” as well as her upcoming new release!  Get ready to Get Bit!

 

Vampires all over Nightcast tonight at Radio B88. radiob88.com
Lyn Gibson, Vampire expert, novelist and historian, Author of “To Be His Soulmate,” “Adrian’s Fury” and “Adrian’s Legacy, joins Nightcast host Ian Morris to talk about Vampires, reports of their existence, their history and “The Adrian Trilogy”. Come and listen at http://radiob88.com/Nnewpast101.html

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The Legend of Judas Iscariot – Vampire

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2        If you’ve been looking for a HOT new Vampire series to sink your teeth into, “The Adrian Trilogy” is available in its’ entirety!

Based in Southeastern Louisiana, this series draws its’ readers into a world of moss covered cemeteries that lie tucked away behind grand old Plantation homes; all bearing their own array of ancient and bloody secrets.

“The Adrian Trilogy” depicts the vampire as malevolent and vicious, yet they remain creatures of great beauty and grace.

Adult readers are raving over the series and the fan base is spreading like wildfire!  Check out these recent reviews:

 

I just finished reading ADRIAN’S FURY and you got me again!!! After reading TO BE HIS SOULMATE, I so looked forward to your second writing of the Triology. You have converted me into a fiction reader! I love the Vampire legend & lore mixed with the passionate love story! ADRIAN’S FURY really captivated me at about the middle of the book where I forced myself to put it down because I needed to do other things!! The highs & lows in every chapter were like a crazy roller-coaster ride! I absolutely cannot believe the ending!!! I must read ADRIAN’S LEGACY, just let me know when I can get a copy!!! Bravo my friend! You did it again!! Wishing you all the sweet success in the world!!

 

From the first book until the last page of the third book it was EXCITING & SUSPENSEFUL.
Could not put down.

 

I have to say that I love any and all paranormal romances! The Adrian Trilogy did not disappoint. I am looking forward to more books by Lyn Gibson. Being able to immerse yourself in a story is what makes the story so much fun.
A new lead into the vampire genre. Love, blood, romance and vengeance. That is what fills the pages of this book. It gets better and better as it goes on. Page after page the story draws you in and makes you fall for the characters. We all can relate to both the leads. Even the secondary characters are so fitting that we can easily point to someone in our own life and say that’s my friend. Great read folks.
Contact me here to order your discounted set of “The Adrian Trilogy!”

Abhartach – Ireland’s Vampire

Abhartach – Ireland’s Vampire.

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Jack the Ripper, case solved!

Author Lyn Gibson

jackJack the Ripper was supposedly a serial killer that terrorized the streets of London from 1888-1891.  Jack was successful in leaving behind one of the most notorious and still unsolved cases in history. I proposed a completely different scenario.

In the mid 19th century, England was experiencing a large influx of immigrants from the European regions.  During this time frame reports of vampire attacks and sightings were widespread in these regions, many cases having been documented by well-known officials began to circulate.  It stands to reason that a vampire would take advantage of the opportunity to flee to another region to avoid the increasing number of vampire hunts as they organized and scoured the regions.

The streets of London were crowded with undocumented immigrants.  Cheap labor forced many men into poverty and many women into prostitution.  Jack having a “taste” for female blood would roam the streets of the…

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The Alnwick Castle Vampire

Author Lyn Gibson

alnwickThe Alnwick Castle was first mentioned in history books in the year 1096 but it’s vampire troubles did not begin until the 1200’s.  A prominent priest contacted William of Newburgh about the case of the Alnwick Vampire that plagued his Diocese.  If you will recall William of Newburgh investigated reports of vampires in the 1200’s and compiled a journal of his experiences and accounts.

Legend states that a vampire lived beneath the castle where he terrorized it’s inhabitants as well as surrounding villages for over 70 years.  The story begins as such:  There was an unnamed man from Yorkshire who lived a disreputable life, filled with crime, sin and ill repute.  The man was wanted by authorities but he hid within the Alnwick Castle where he had allies, enabling for him to maintain his lifestyle.  The man having resided within the castle for quite some time moved up the ranks…

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Recent Vampire attacks in New Orleans

Author Lyn Gibson

FRENCH QUARTERNew Orleans has a history and reputation for many things Vampire.  At the heart of it all is the French Quarter which has seen it’s share of Vampire incidents since becoming home to Jacques de saint Germain hundreds of years ago.  As a matter of fact, many other members of the Vampire elite society have and still do find haven in New Orleans. Though it is a known fact to all locals, very little documentation may be found as we whisper the details of current activity only amongst ourselves.

The French Quarter has been haven to many Vampires throughout history.  A perfect setting as the area has always had a high rate of murder and missing persons.  The living are drawn to the area by its’ mystery and charm, eager to experience an encounter with the undead.  Few are lucky enough to return with their experiences, most have vanished without…

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