Become a citizen of the Vampire Nation!

Visit my publisher today for your copy of, "To Be His Soulmate" and "Adrian's Fury"    Welcome to a world of moss strewn trees, crumbling cemeteries and blood-lusty vampires!  Ms. Gibson has resurrected those that have been cursed to an eternity of darkness and given them a new life with a modern twist of malevolence and a thirst for flesh and blood.  Gibsons’ Vampires are not for the weak at heart and definitely not for readers under the age of 18.

“The Adrian Trilogy,” is rapidly becoming a staple for the Vampire enthusiast everywhere!  “Reviews have been pouring in since the launch of ‘To be His Soulmate,'” says Ms. Donna L. Quesinberry, CEO-President and Founder of DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C.  “As a debut author, Ms. Gibson’s work began to draw attention at a rapid pace.  Her desire to depict the Vampire in its’ true nature has attracted followers from across the globe.  The recent release of ‘Adrian’s Fury,’ Volume II of the series, has been more like an explosion!”

Gibson, also having earned the title of “Vampire Historian” is becoming well known within the horror genre and has scheduled releases of her work up to late 2015 and beyond.  Due to popular demand, “Adrian’s Legacy,” the final installment of the trilogy, has been advanced and is scheduled for release for Christmas 2014.

Both “To be His Soulmate” and “Adrian’s Fury” are available for purchase now through my Publisher, DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. (www.donnaink.com or http://www.donnaink.org) at dramatically reduced rates from retail sale and with an additional 20% reduction through 31 October 2014.

Other retailers carry the titles, such as: Amazon, Books-in-Print, Espresso Book Machine, Lightning Source and more!

Author Lyn Gibson invites you to  “Get Bit!”  Become a citizen of the Vampire Nation, walk away from the socially accepted “sparkling” vampires and step into the dark;  a  world where Gibson’s Vampires roam freely and indiscriminately amongst us.  Start your journey today!

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The Jumlin – A Vampire Legend from the Cherokee Nation

indian          The Jumlin is widely referred to within the Cherokee Nation as the father of vampires.  His Legend is as follows:

There was once a wise Medicine Man who was married to a woman named Laughing Sky.  The Medicine Man loved his wife but unfortunately Laughing Sky was barren.  He prayed many times to the Great Spirit but to no avail.  Out of grief and frustration, the Medicine Man turned to the dark arts and summoned a demon, which promised him many healthy offspring; the demons’ name was Jumlin.    When the Demon materialized he possessed the Medicine Man and transformed him into a bloodthirsty beast, which craved human flesh.

The demon kept his word, Laughing Sky bore many healthy offspring, however the possessed Medicine Man did not stop with his wife; he in turn found great pleasure in raping the other women of the village who also bore his children.  Many of them were just as evil as their father but one in particular stood out above the rest.

Laughing Bear was the last child that Laughing Sky bore.  After Laughing Bear was born, Jumlin drained the blood from Laughing Sky and left her corpse to rot.  Jumlin gathered his offspring and fled the village as world had spread of a great hunting party that had gathered and were coming for him.  Jumlin and his vicious brood would travel from village to village, raping, pillaging and murdering.  Before he departed each village, Jumlin would abandon one of his offspring so that the surviving women of the village would unknowingly take the child in and raise it as one of their own.  In this manner, Jumlins’  bloodline secretly flourished.

One day Jumlin spotted the daughter of a Chief from a neighboring village and attacked her.  When the Chief heard her cries he raced to the scene where he was met by the great hunting party.  Together they defeated Jumlin and killed most of his offspring, but Laughing Bear and a few other siblings managed to escape.

It is said that the children of Jumlin live to this day; they walk among us and they breed with us.  Though they seem completely human, they are to this day, creatures of darkness.

 

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7 destinations for the Vampire hunter

We all know that each continent has it’s own unique history when it comes to legends of the undead.  Many legends, especially those that originate in Mesopotamia, are thousands of years old.  What havoc the undead must have wreaked upon the land for their legends to endure until this day!   Centuries have passed and history has added many locales that are rich in Vampire history.  Below are some well known Vampire havens, planned future destinations for your’ truly!

1010098_10151969800938660_1900552835_n                                                      The Paris Catacombs

These “mass ossuaries” were created in the 18th century as a response to the overwhelming outbreak of plague.  The State Council ordered all bones to be excavated from Paris cemeteries in order to relocate them underground within the limestone caverns beneath the city.  The process began in 1786 and continued throughout 1814.  The Catacombs are home to over 6 million bodies and as legend would have it, an occasional vampire clan.  What more perfect surroundings for an elder as many of the bodies are affixed in ornate fashions; creating a breathtaking tapestry of death!

musee                                            The Musee des Vampires, Paris France

Open by appointment only, a party of 10 may be guided through the museum.  Crammed with artifacts and all other manner of objects related to vampire legends, owner Jaques Sirgent has a vast knowledge of Vampire history and will answer the darkest of vampire queries that can be conjured.

 

whitby1                                                         Whitby Abbey, England

The 13th century ruins of the Whitby Abbey were the backdrop for Bram Stoker’s, “Dracula” and for that there is a reason.  In 1885 a Russian Schooner, The Demeter war run aground by a wild storm in Whitby harbor; the entire crew including the captain were found dead.  The instant that the Demeter had run aground, a large black dog was seen running toward the Abbey.  The dog, a form that the vampire can take on at will, brought ill fate onto the Abbey as several of the staff became unaccounted for in the following days; and Bram Stoker’s Dracula was born!

bran castle                                                                  Bran Castle, Romania

Bran Castle is widely believed to be the home of Vlad the Impaler, or as Stoker referred to as “King Dracula”.  Vlad, needing no further introduction to a Vampire fanatic, has left a large imprint on the Romanian countryside.  For further details into Vlad’s bloody reign both living and undead, search my past blogs for “What I didn’t know about Vlad Tepes”.

 

french-quarter-night-scene-07                                             The New Orleans French Quarter

A place near and dear to me!  This tourism hot spot has been known as haven to Vampires since the first cobblestone streets were laid.  The Vampire culture is still quite prevalent throughout the New Orleans area.  Many legends still exist, and recent rumors still circulate amongst the locals.  For a deeper look into some of New Orleans most famous Vampire legends search my past blogs for “New Orleans”.

 

new-orleans-lafayette-cemetery-no1-kim-fearheiley                                            Lafayette Cemetery, New Orleans

Amongst the beloved and elite of New Orleans lies the crypt of a Vampire, only a handful of the locals can identify the correct plot where he lies.  I believe that this vampire is named in one of my past blogs on new Orleans vampire legends, but that is strictly my opinion (wink, wink!).  Though the permanent residents of Lafayette Cemetery are quite dead, locals say that the sometimes gaping tombs offer haven to vampires from time to time.

 

 

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