Friday, October 7, 2011

Voyeur with Lilith's PUNISHMENT

 
Shall you pleasure ANN, the scorned mistress aided by her lover ERIC or the beautiful, evil, and deadly Welshire enemy LILITH?



The void around her was dark, thick with blackness that no human eye can penetrate.  The bell tolled, and Lilith stood in the echoing abyss alone.  One solitary funnel of light rained down upon her long, golden ringlets and charred white gown.  On earth, she had charm with illuminating, manipulative grace.  Her cascading tresses were always perfect and her frock flowing with effortless deception.  

But here…Here Lilith was in shambles, her enchantment at last broken. The decadent gown—once so satin and lavish—now ripped, frayed, and scorched from the magical fires she cast so carelessly.  Straggling, stringy hair fell upon her faded and ugly green eyes, and her shaking hand pushed the clumped locks aside. She had always been pale, but Lilith was no longer beautiful.  Her porcelain look was completely devoid of color, and its sickly white hue a striking blight against the darkness.  She could not see me in the void, but nonetheless she knew something foul and punishing was there.  Lilith cried out to the abyss. 

            “Hello?”






In Professor James’ second tale, we share in the pain, suffering, and torment of the Welshire Vampire Family’s beautiful but deadly rival Lilith.  Her mysterious, vile nature and fantastical abuses are put on trial as the demonic advocate Mestiphles plays judge, jury, and executioner from his wicked Void of darkness and pain.  Is it wrong to delight in the just, even deserving torture Lilith receives? Will she learn and apply the cruel lesson Mestiphles teaches?



You're all sick sons of...witches, aren't you? One of the hottest topics in our Trends in Horror Chat Workshop at the 2011 Muse Online Writers Conference was the debate between the lines and definitions between what is known as pure scary horror and the relationships and character analysis in paranormal romance.  

Book 1.  Book 2.   
Love. Punishment.   

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