03 August 2012

Oh Yeah! I Have a Book Out In Print! Duh! - Crooked Fang


I've been SO busy trying to get guest blog posts done that I completely overlooked my own so ta-dah! - CC

 My Pitch:

Crooked Fang is a vampire tale, but it’s not about vampires. Xan Marcelles is a bass player, kind of an asshole with a soft spot for women’s wiles and troubles and a vampire. Sequestered away in a tavern in teeny Pinecliffe, Colorado, he’s content to take up a chair, pluck a few strings, and keep a drink close to hand in order to stifle his darker nature.

When a blue-haired girl and her abusive boyfriend have a public spat after a Crooked Fang show on Halloween, Xan intervenes, not knowing that his gesture of chivalry will change his quiet lifestyle. With zombie-like creatures, faces from his living past, even possibly a ghost, Xan is forced out of his comfortable space and back into the world…at least for a little while.

Crooked Fang is an urban fantasy, first in the Crooked Fang Series, published by Katarr Kanticles (print) and contracted by Lyrical Press (ebook). For more on Xan and Crooked Fang (including buy links) visit http://www.crookedfang.com/

Cover of print version, laid flat
Official Blurb for Crooked Fang:

Sometimes a vampire's past can bite him in the ass.

 Xan Marcelles--bassist for Crooked Fang, vampire and full-time asshole, is content with his quiet existence in the backwoods of Pinecliffe, Colorado. But life at the Pale Rider tavern is set to become a little more complicated when he gets entangled with a feisty, blue-haired damsel and her abusive soon-to-be ex-boyfriend.

 To add to his woes, he’s gone from hunter to hunted, and his past returns to haunt him when a phone call draws him back to New Mexico. With the help of friends from his living past, he must get to the bottom of a murder, and figure out where he stands with his lover and his band, all while keeping one step ahead of his enemies. Hiding won’t be easy for him, especially with a mysterious woman dogging him every step of the way.

6 comments:

Dorothy F. Shaw said...

Saying I'm proud of you doesn't even begin to describe how I feel about you, this book and of course, Xan. I'm blessed to have watched you and Xan develop and grow. I'm honored to have you as a friend.

Love you, girl.

Romance Girl said...

This is an awesome book. Can't wait to get my hard copy! Buy it. You won't be sorry. Looking at Xan isn't bad either.

Tim VanSant Writes said...

Woot! Congrats.

antisocialbutterflie said...

Just waiting for my shipping notification here. Great job.

Pamila Payne said...

Very happy for you and proud of you, too. Your commitment your art and never say die, motherfucker attitude continue to inspire me. I wish you all success.

John Wiswell said...

That's quite a cast that's come out to bug the poor fellow. Congratulations on your paper release, Carrie!