Wednesday, November 03, 2010

New Personalised Vampire Romance Novel 'Blood Lust'

Hi all. The new personalised vampire romance novel 'Blood Lust' launched on Friday Nov 5th.

The synopsis to the novel is below to give you a feel for this new raunchy vampire tale.
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Star in the Novel!

It is the first night of our leading couple’s romantic holiday on the Greek island of Santorini but when they stumble across a local festival, they have no idea that they are entering a mysterious world of dark, supernatural desire. Swept up in the evening’s revelry and seduced by the intoxicating local cocktail, the night leaves them with more than just love bites. In the week that follows, our lovers find themselves fuelled by a strange energy that not only intensifies their senses but their passion too. Drawn into an electrifying underworld of sex, magic and blood lust, they must fight against the seductive lure of the local vampires or join their ranks forever. In their quest to remain human, our couple discover a passionate new depth to their love that will turn out to be their greatest weapon.

U Star Novels in The Guardian: Journalist spotlights U Star Novels personalised books against mixed public comments

Shirley Dent, journalist for The Guardian posted an article on that mentioned personalised novels as created by U Star Novels; the article was posted on Tuesday 26 October 2010.

Have you seen the signs too? Traditional fare – puds, mince pies, and Quality Street value tins – are creeping onto requisitioned shelves with Advent calendars stacking up at the aisle ends. Book lovers, you know what this means: The novelty book is about to come into season.

If only they were like grouse and you could walk into a bookshop with a shotgun and bag a brace without anyone having to read the blasted things. But life is never that simple. Someone, somewhere is fated to have to feign happiness at receiving The People of Walmart: Shop and Awe. Still more, if news reports are to be believed, will be pretending to chuckle over Aleksandr Orlov's "memoir".

But sometimes a publication emerges that is so offensive to, well, just about everything, that we really need to stand as one and drop our collective jaw in amazed disgust.

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