Gibson said her ability to connect with the supernatural world caused tension within her religious family, and after working with the police on unsolved cases for a few years, Gibson, who is originally from Pearl River, Miss., took up writing . . .
The New Orleans Advocate interviewed Author Lyn Gibson (http://theadvocate.com/news/livingston/7945077-123/author-sinks-fangs-into-vampire) who lives in Independence Louisiana has been busy promoting her book. She is also a national radio personality and a historian of vampire legend and lore. Following the launch of her new book, Gibson has written on several blogs, interviewed on several talk radio programs and attended the annual “Spooky Empire” horror convention in Orlando, Florida courtesy of her publishing house. She was recently a guest at Mariner’s Inn in Hammond for her official book launch party.
The series, Gibson said, is based in the north shore area of Lake Pontchartrain, and many well-known landmarks are mentioned throughout the books.
Gibson gives some of the credit for the book’s success to her publisher, D.L. Quesinberry, CEO, president and founder of DonnaInk Publications, who she said has been wonderful to work with.
“Ms. Quesinberry believes in me and my series,” Gibson said. “It’s not easy, as a basically unknown writer, to be able to get a publishing contract, but Ms. Quesinberry saw promise in my title and has taken me under her wing.”
To learn more about the trilogy, visit http://www.donnaink.org and check out the horror shelf! Also, visit Lyn Gibson on Facebook, Twitter and WordPress: https://authorlyngibson.wordpress.com.
Check out the many reviews:
Kim says: “I was unable to put it down. Was very addicting. It was a new take on southern vampires. Can’t wait for the next one.”
Tkenyon said: “This book is so beautifully written that it draws you into their time and space. I couldn’t put it down. It has intrigue, passion, drama and a unique perspective on the paranormal world of the vampire in our everyday lives . It is definately an adults only book . I can’t wait for the sequel! Don’t miss out on this one!”
Deseret Hatcher raves: “Lyn Gibson gives it to us with no holds barred in this sensual and did I say sensual erotic vampire tale. The Adrian Trilogy is destined for success. The characters are modern and believable – they use cell phones and iPads, they travel by jet and they have a true lust for flesh.”
Wanda H. had this to say: “It was nice to get away from the real world and get away to something intriguing and sexy. I would think about it even after I had put it down. The TV and movie series are all watered down and made for teens. I liked To Be His Soulmate better than some of Anne Rice’s books.”
Susie Cambe was quoted as saying: “Lyn Gibson is a mesmerizing writer. As a writer, she successfully takes you where she wants you to journey deep within a dark world, living in the shadows of the moss-strewn Deep South. Her characters develop a strong relationship with the reader and continue from book to book in her trilogy. Gibson’s books are captivating to readers passionate about the horror genre, as well as college students and anyone brave enough to turn the pages of her books.”