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It’s official. My vampires have gone international! How about that? 😉 A HUGE thank you to the lovely and talented Emma Meade for featuring Corcitura today! To learn more about what inspired Corcitura, how I mapped out and created a 700 page “startling new take on the vampire mythos,” and also what made Emma say that my featured post was probably “her favourite” so far on her blog, just click on the link below!

http://emmameade.com/2013/11/04/guest-post-by-melika-dannese-lux-author-of-corcitura/

And be sure to read the comments, too! They’re fantastic! 😀

All the best,

Me Sig!

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