9 Responses

  1. susana
    susana at |

    Ooooh! Sounds good. I was into Gothic novels a lot when I was younger… Nothing like a gloomy castle and a hero in distress to keep you entertained. I’m intrigued by your story, because I love the idea of a contemporary story with that Gothic feeling to it.
    Congratulations on the release, Alex. All this series is a must read for me!

  2. kp
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    Love the sound of this book! I can’t wait to read it!
    kathleenpower at comcast dot net

  3. heath0043
    heath0043 at |

    Congrats on the book. The whole premise of the book sounds like something I need to read.
    heath0043 at gmail dot com

  4. lisa
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    I think the series sounds interesting with or without gothicness
    legacylandlisa at gmail dot com

  5. 16forward
    16forward at |

    I love learning about the background and supporting details that go into novels…and especially series. Growing up on Victoria Holt and Mary Stewart I get the whole ‘gothic’ aspect!
    Good luck to everyone on a successful series!


  6. H.B.
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    Congrats on the new book! It looks amazing. I was thinking catacombs and it made me shudder. Thank you for the post.
    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

  7. Trix
    Trix at |

    I’ve always been intrigued by Cornwall, so either side would interest me!


  8. Purple Reader
    Purple Reader at |

    congrats, Alex, and thanks for your gothic thoughts. One of my first gay fiction reads was Gaywyck by Vincent Virga, and I’ve been smitten with gothic since. Which makes your book sound all the more intriguing to me, another great addition to this wonderful collaborative series. There is so much going on in this “nack” of the woods, it’s almost like Peyton Place :-). – Purple Reader,
    TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

  9. Lee Todd
    Lee Todd at |

    sounds great! congrats on the new release



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