Tonight on the Write Stuff — Blood Mercy: Thicker than Water with Janeen Ippolito

518ret7peulWhat would you do if the one you loved was turned into a monster?

Melrose Durante brings order. As founder of the Houses of the Dead, he tirelessly opposes the vampires, and provides refuge for the Blood Kind, those like himself who fight against the blood curse that leads to vampirism. His medical breakthroughs have brought many back from the vampire path. After thousands of years, the Blood Kind finally has the upper hand.

Until a vampire attacks Melrose’s family, then begs for asylum. To his friends she’s Lucy, a disturbed young woman prone to incoherent rants, warning of an imminent attack by vampire leader, Conan. But to Melrose she’s something more.

His lost wife, Jane.

One thing is clear – time is running out. In five days Conan will attack Quebec City, killing or enslaving all in his way. If Melrose cannot unlock his wife’s tormented mind, even his immortal wisdom may not be enough to save Quebec City, the Blood Kind, and the Houses of the Dead.

Join author Janeen Ippolito and I as we discuss her first fiction book! Call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download Stitcher on your mobile device. Or, click on the link here.


91l5scnyecl-_ux250_Janeen Ippolito is a high school English teacher by day, a sword-fighter on the side, and a writer by heart. She has a B.A. in Cross-Cultural Studies, Writing, and ESL and has a passion for using unique cultures in speculative fiction. Outside of writing and teaching, she makes brownie batter (and occasionally brownies), listens to music, reads, and grades papers while watching speculative television shows and movies. She loves connecting with, supporting, and promoting other writers on her blog, so feel free to visit and have a look around.

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