This was by far the best, most fun and easiest tour EVER!! The LUNA-tics Blog Crew went all out, from interviewing Author Simon Okill in coffins to reviews about his other books, discovering what kind of cookie he would be (very important) and there was even an interview with his book character LUCIEN by a Bee and so much more!!
So far we have learned that Simon Okill became a Vampire who enjoyed hissing at another Vampire called Vampirique, like they do...of course...
Two Authors named Amos and Cassidy who wrote a book together then sent him on his way, after appeasing him by posting some excerpts.
He travelled far and wide where he had Tina's entire shed packed after which he took a dizzying ride to answer the eternal question from the Obsidian Poet, "do Vampires deserve happy endings?"
After having our reading muscles properly exercised by Lucy, we also learned (thanks to Rachel) where he would hide an elephant and what marketing tips he would give other authors. He had also told a very lucky LUNA-tic called Thomas, that his scripts were read by actors like John Travolta, Gary Oldman, Ian McShane and Timothy Dalton. Wow!!! He hopped around from Dante's to a place where he seduced a French lady called Deea.
For some reason he ran away in a Huff and managed to get stranded on Landry's island and finally he managed to find his way back to the UK. Our unfortunate Vampire ran into a Vicar and a Vegan (although Ian prefers to be called "hippy") who referred to his book as Looney Attorneys followed by the most hysterical interview I have ever read!! Luckily, after that Cu's Policecar picked him up and took him home to his Mama.
So! here he is. Home with his host and I have a special treat at the end!!
As Eternal’s memory is recovered so her destiny nears and as her strength returns her evil nemesis discovers her and attacks.
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(About the Author)
I live with my wife, Shirlee Anne in a pretty coastal town in South Wales, UK. We both love Stephen King and had read many of his books and enjoyed their transition to the screen. Due to our love of books, my wife and I dabbled in writing for some years as a hobby. We were approached by a film company to write a paranormal TV series. We struggled most nights and all through weekends to come up with 22 episodes only for the company to go bust. Then after an accident at work, I was forced into early retirement due to disability. I used my newfound skills as a writer to help with my depression. We decided to use our TV series episodes as templates for film scripts and novels. My writing became more serious as certain A-list actors expressed interest in my scripts. I now have 3 books published - Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe - Luna Sanguis and Luna Aeturnus.
Luna Historica is the final episode and will explore Eternal’s birth during Khufu’s reign as Pharaoh to her death in the French Revolution.
Bigfoot Episode 2/3 – it’s a secret!
‘Flip Side’ is one of my most exciting screenplays to date with its unusual slant on a supernatural gangster story that encompasses music and dynamic dance sequences to portray the action.
‘Nightmare Circus’ is a supernatural revenge mystery script set in the Australian outback.
‘Dark House’ is set in Massachusetts, US, where a lonely female artist must overcome her agoraphobia to escape from three kidnappers holed up in a house haunted by a witch finder’s hanging tree.
‘Circus of Blood’ is a horror script set in Rome AD79 where two citizens go on a dangerous quest to kill a brutal serial killer. Their adventures end in Pompeii.
‘Hunter’s Moon’ is a contemporary supernatural western script set on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall.
The Last Warlord is set during WWII and tells of Major Stewart of MI6 who must find the Nazi’s secret Atlantis base in Antarctica or the entire world will be doomed
For reviews and more info:
http://bit.ly/164nBWE Aeturnus Goodreads page.
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What me thinks
Woa-weee, OOOh, Aaahhh, weooooo, Eeeeek, ARGH, YAY!!!!!! That's LUNA-tic for this:
Luna Aeturnus much like Luna Sanguis was an intelligent, complicated read. Once you understood the lead character suffered from PSTD (just like the Author) her constant mood swings and change in atmosphere became expected, but never anticipated. This clever author keeps you on your toes, so be sure to read carefully!! The story line itself is so unique in the sense that past lives and present entwine in a love story as old as time where good and evil face off in a battle of the ages. What you don't expect is the explicit blood, gore and violence.
Though the book is suspenseful, gripping and interesting, it was very difficult to read at times because of the all too realistic brutality in it and the change in tempo. Once again I am forced to give this mind F#@k of a book 5 stars for just challenging me as a reader and for being the well written, nightmare giving read it promised to be and then leaving me with a less traumatising ending.