What would you do if you found your town had been infested with vampires? For Chris and his brother Lucas, the answer was simple enough: you fight back. Gathering a small band of other people in their town who have been affected by the vampires, they begin a resistance. But after a year of fighting, they have only managed to kill a handful, while the vampire leader has turned five times that many.
Then two enigmatic strangers appear, changing the groups lives even further.
Fury and Havoc. They call themselves hunters, and want no part in this little band of heroes. Ordering them to lay low, the duo vow to rid their town of vampires. When Fury is injured, Chris aides these strangers, entwining his future with theirs.
Now that the vampires know the hunters are here, and that Chris and his friends have helped them, the group is in more danger than ever before. Lucas is torn between protecting his new family from the vampires, and protecting them from these seemingly inhuman beings who say they are there to help.
After all, what beings could be so powerful as to scare a vampire?
How did you decide to create a trailer and what was your experience?
I kept reading how everyone needed to have a book trailer, and saw companies quoting anything from $500-$9,000! I could never afford that kind of money! Then I started seeing reports that book trailers weren’t helping sales, but I already knew that I wanted one. I had been doing book reviews using clip art, and realized that it wasn’t that different. All I needed was music instead of my voice. Fortunately, I have several friends who produce music who were more than happy to allow me use of their music for a mention on the video!
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I grew up with Lost Boys and Anne Rice’s nitty, gritty vampires. Vampires may be seductive, but they are predators. That kind of has gotten lost in the last decade, so I wanted to get back to those roots. There were a lot of teenage boys who agreed with me!