For fans of vampire fiction - and indeed, all the Wizardwatchers who have been with the blog since the beginning - the name Emma Edwards needs no introduction. The South Wales scribbler has just released her third book, Ensanguined on Kindle, with the paperback version on the way.
UK and European Readers: Buy Ensanguined HERE
US Readers: Buy Ensanguined HERE
Already attracting big reviews in America, the book promises shock after shock as well as the usual lashings of rock music, blood and, er, rather naughty sex. What I like about Emma's work is the books are firmly set in reality. Readers in the vicinity of South Wales can actually follow the avenues and alleyways trod by Angel and the Erebis mob and we have all met people like Ash, the arrogant and explosive lead singer of the band, who you either adore - or, well, you don't (in my case). Her villains too are surprising and original. That's the beauty of her books - you know the characters and you know the places: Emma takes vampire fiction to places no one else does. Anyway, here's what Emma had to say when we met around the Cauldron.
|Emma's writing notes in one of those caves just|
|Emma's terrific covers continue - the first two are at the bottom of the|
|Gothic Lead Singer|
|Erebis fans - probably|
|Emma's proof reader Luci-Fur deep in thought|
|Emma Edwards appearance in|
cult anthology - by some way the
|Brilliant vampire story from 1972 portmanteau horror film, "|
The Vault of Horror"
Emma's First Interview with the Wizard 10 Aug 2012
The Wizard's Classic Review of Sanguinary