WASHINGTONVILLE, N.Y., Oct. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Author Thomas Winship turns the world of vampires upside down in his blood-curdling new book, "Vaempires: Revolution."
Set in a post-apocalyptic future where humans and vampires have learned to live in peace, "Vaempires: Revolution" introduces vaempires—mutated vampires armed with a little something extra (hence the added "e"), due to either evolution or evilution. Driven by a thirst for cold vampire blood and a desire for world dominance, vaempires launch a revolution against their former brothers and sisters. By nightfall, the hopes of the free world rest on the shoulders of four vampire teens.
"Vaempires: Revolution" is the first book in a series ("The Evolutionary War") that will usher in the era of vaempires while blending action, sci-fi, and fantasy in a refreshing new twist on vampire folklore. Just in time for a late-night Halloween scare, readers will be introduced to a new villain for the ages and a world where vampires shift from predator to prey.
Erin McCullough, test reader/reviewer from NYC said, "I was beginning to tire of romance novels disguised as vampire books. Finally, here is a vampire book with romance and teeth. I laughed. I cried. I looked over my shoulder for a week after I finished it." Another NYC resident, Chase Kehoe, said, "Vaempires: Revolution has everything a reader wants. I couldn't put it down. The story grabs you by the throat. The action is non-stop. The heroes made me cheer... and the villains made my blood run cold. Vaempires: Revolution is a must-read."
"Vaempires: Revolution" will be released on Halloween as a $2.99 eBook through Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. For those who still prefer physical novels, it will also be available as a trade paperback (for a slightly higher price) through CreateSpace.com. For more information about the book, please visit http://www.vaempires.com.
About the Author
Thomas Winship is a vampire (and vaempire) expert currently living in New York. He holds an MBA from St. Aquinas College and serves as an adjunct professor of courses in English Composition, Communications, and Business. He is busy working on the next installment of the "Vaempires" series, which is scheduled for an early 2012 release.