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Today, I am beyond excited that the lovely and multi-talented Erin Al-Mehairi of Oh, For the Hook of a Book! is showcasing a behind-the-scenes look at how Corcitura was created. Wondering why the book takes place before Dracula was even published? Then head over to Erin’s blog to find out that—and more!

http://hookofabook.wordpress.com/2013/10/19/melika-lux-shares-article-how-she-wrote-her-unique-gothic-vampire-story-corcitura/

And make sure to check back tomorrow for a never before published excerpt from the POV of the only female narrator in Corcitura, Madelaine Dennison. Writing Maddie’s part of the story from her vantage point was a wonderful experience, most especially since that was the first time I had written in first person present tense. After that, I was hooked on that wonderful and immediate writing style, which I plan to utilize much more in the future.

But wait, there’s more! 😉 While you’re getting a peek into Maddie’s world tomorrow, be sure to enter the Corcitura giveaway for your chance to bring home a Kindle copy of the book just in time for Halloween!

Don’t miss out!! 😀

Best wishes,

Me Sig!

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