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Friday, September 4, 2015

Blog Tour: The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl by Martin Lastrapes



The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl by Martin Lastrapes 
(The Vampire and the Hunter Trilogy #1) 
Publication date: March 18th 2015
Genres: Adult, Horror, Paranormal



Adam and Jesus (the vampire and the hunter) have an innate antagonism, which is only heightened once they discover they’re competing for the affections of the same girl. Olivia (the girl) is an aspiring author struggling to write a vampire novel. What none of them yet know is there’s a menacing force looming that will change the course of their lives forever. With the first installment of The Vampire and the Hunter Trilogy, Martin Lastrapes has created a vampire tale that is scary, funny, thrilling, and satisfying to the very last drop.


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AUTHOR BIO:
MARTIN LASTRAPES won the GRAND PRIZE at the 2012 PARIS BOOK FESTIVAL for his debut novel INSIDE THE OUTSIDE.

He grew up in the Inland Empire, has a Bachelor’s Degree in English and a Master’s Degree in Composition from Cal State San Bernardino, watches his favorite movies over and over again, learned many a lesson from professional wrestling, wonders if he’ll ever be famous enough to be on “Dancing With the Stars,” thinks good stand-up comedy is rare and under appreciated, is scared of Vladimir Putin, wonders if it’s too late to learn how to play the guitar, gets depressed when he hears the theme song from “M*A*S*H,” wonders why Teen Wolf never made it to the NBA, and wants Morgan Freeman to narrate his life.

He is also the host of THE MARTIN LASTRAPES SHOW PODCAST HOUR. Subscribe on iTunes or listen on the official website MartinLastrapesShow.com. New episodes every week.




Top 10 Writing Tools (in no particular order)
  1. Computer
I always write on a computer, preferably my iMac. I’m not a big fan of pen and pad.


  1. The Internet
I can’t imagine how anybody wrote novels before the Internet.


  1. Movies
Watching movies feeds my imagination.


  1. Television
Watching scripted TV shows informs my sensibilities for constructing long narrative arcs.


  1. Comic Books
Seeing stories told almost entirely with drawings is very informative and inspiring.


  1. Desk
Never take for granted the role of a reliable desk.


  1. Amazon.com
I prefer buying books when doing research, as opposed to going to the library.


  1. Podcasts
Listening to people talk about most any subject fuels my imagination.


  1. Video Games
When I’m feeling stuck, I like to play video games to clear my head.


  1. My Wife
She’s my first, best, and most reliable reader.


Giveaway:
Tour-wide giveaway (INTL)
  • 3 signed copies of The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl

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