"Vampires, No Sparkles & Gothic Romance At Its Best!" New Nurture Virtual Book Tour for The House on Blackstone Moor by Carole Gill - On Tour from July 4th-29th, 2011

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The House on Blackstone Moor by Carole Gill, a new Nurture Virtual Book Tour, June 4th-29th, 2011 -- A talented author who is breathing new life into the Gothic fiction genre; there is no stopping her now!

New Nurture Virtual Book Tour for Carole Gill. Visit blogs and websites featuring Carole Gill and The House on Blackstone Moor, from July 4th-29th, 2011 http://nurtureyourbooks.com/vbtblog/?p=938.

About The House on Blackstone Moor:

This is a tale of vampirism, madness, obsession and devil worship as Rose Baines, only survivor of her family’s carnage, tells her story. Fragile, damaged by the tragedy, fate sends her to a desolate house on the haunted moors where demons dwell. The house and the moors have hideous secrets, yet there is love too; deep, abiding, eternal, but it comes with a price, her soul.

About the Author:

Carole Gill wrote her first story at age 8. It was science fiction. She switched to horror in her teens and has been writing ever since http://carolegillofficialauthor.blogspot.com/.

In 2000, she was selected by North West Playwrights of England for further development but found she preferred fiction writing (novels and short stories). However the experience enhanced her ability to write dialogue.

Widely published in horror and sci-fi anthologies, The House on Blackstone Moor, published by Vamplit, is Carole’s first novel. It is a tale of vampirism, madness, obsession and devil worship.

Set in 19th Century Yorkshire its locales include Victorian madhouses as well as barren, wind-swept Yorkshire moors. The story is a marriage of horror and gothic romance set in 19th Century England. The sequel, Unholy Testament, will be released later this year.

A former New Yorker but resident in England and residing in Yorkshire gave her the knowledge of the area the novel is set in. Also, as a great admirer of the Brontes and frequent visitor to the Bronte Parsonage in Haworth she found herself nearly obsessed with recreating the gothic romantic narrative.

Also having been employed in a hospital which had been historically a workhouse and asylum in Victorian times, Carole was able to add great realism to the depiction of the asylums as described in her novel.

Join us for The House on Blackstone Moor Nurture Virtual Book Tour, July 4th-29th, 2011 for a chance to enter and win print or eBook copies of The House on Blackstone Moor.

For current tour dates and the full Nurture Book Tour schedule, please refer to the author's Nurture Virtual Book Tour page at: http://nurtureyourbooks.com/vbtblog/?p=938.

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