Horror writer Jimmy Gillentine enjoys thrilling his readers. Bringing a twist to the vampire legend in ‘Of Blood And The Moon’, he continues to see what happens at the night hot spots when you sprinkle in some horrific visitors.

A Night At Death’s Door:
Death’s Door is the club where all the vampires and hangers-on . . . er, hang out. To gain entrance, you have to be picked. Janet and Alice get picked, Curt arrives with a bowie knife, someone brings a crossbow, and the evening grows from there. Come see who’s still standing after a night at Death’s Door.

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Of Blood and the Moon:
Love is something that is not bound by normal parameters. Anyone who has ever been in love will acknowledge that it is something that is beyond human control. Who we are and who we love are subject to no rules, and we see the effects that it can have in “Of Blood and the Moon.”

When Angela Johnson started working at the bar, Aces High, the last thing she expected is to meet someone like Andrew Bane. Andrew is tall, strong, mysterious and handsome, so she couldn’t help falling in love with him. But when Andrew becomes the target of a local drug ring leader’s hatred, it starts an unstoppable chain of events. The end result: Angela discovers who and what Andrew really is. Can her love survive the horrible truth of Andrew’s secret?

About the author:
Jimmy D. Gillentine grew up with a fondness for horror, science fiction and fantasy flavored with the southern tang of his native Memphis. His novella, “Of Blood and the Moon,” was first published in 2009 and was the first runner-up for the Darrell Award. His most recent publications include a short story titled “Fifteen-Minute Break” in the annual anthology Cover of Darkness and a new novella titled “A Night at Death’s Door,” both from Sam’s Dot Publishing.

He is the co-founder and president of the International Brotherhood of Beards and Leather, an association of writers, artists, musicians and confolk. He is also a member of the Literary Underworld and Imagicopter, both author cooperatives. If you want to get on his good side, bring him a bag of popcorn at the Literary Underworld booth; he’s not known as the Popcorn Monster for nothing!