AWARD WINNING E-BOOK GOES TO TRADE PAPERBACK in 2002
For the full story see
the Blood Will Tell website
Jean Lorrah's Blood Will Tell to be Trade Published
Blood Will Tell, Jean Lorrah's e-book which won the Lord Ruthven
Assembly Award as best vampire novel of 2001, has been contracted by a
new small press, Ben Bella Books http://www.benbellabooks.com/
. That means physical books will be available in brick and mortar
bookstores, although as BenBella is new and small it will probably be
specialty stores and not Wal-Mart. The book will have new cover
art, and author and publisher are currently working on a promotion
scheme. It should be available toward the end of 2002.
Blood Will Tell will continue to be published in e-book form by
Awe-Struck E-books http://www.awe-struck.net/
, its original publisher, but the print-on-demand version will be
withdrawn in October.
Find out more about Blood Will Tell at
***Jean Lorrah's BLOOD WILL TELL
wins literary award***
Each year the Lord Ruthven Assembly gives awards for the best fiction
nonfiction works on the subject of vampires. The winners for the year
Fiction: BLOOD WILL TELL by Jean Lorrah
Non-fiction: FOOD FOR THE DEAD by Michel E. Bell
There were over 150 vampire novels published in 2001, including new
by Anne Rice and P. N. Elrod. The Lord Ruthven Assembly is the
scholars of vampire literature and lore who meet every year in
with the International Conference on the Fantastic.
Jean reports, "I wasn't expecting the honor, and didn't even know
was being considered. It's always exciting to win an award, and
comes from people who really deeply study vampire literature, so
it means a
great deal to me."
Jean Lorrah is co-owner with Jacqueline Lichtenberg of simegen.com and
Sime~Gen Inc. You can find out more about her work at
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