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Talk Ink Host Kimm Marie interviewing Vampire Historian Lyn Gibson
DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Author Lyn Gibson has gained the title of “Vampire Historian” as a recognized expert on the topic of the Nosferatu across the country, if not the globe and she's being interviewed on Talk Ink by Host Kimm Marie.
"The Adrian Trilogy” is rapidly becoming recognized as the most authentic depiction of the Vampire among recent releases. Ms. Gibson is driven in reviving the true malevolent characteristics of the Nosferatu in response to the recent flux of PG-13 vampire persona that has been so quickly accepted by society.
“The vampire has been documented since the beginning of time, history holds no references to the mild tempered creatures that are currently being promoted.” Gibson states, adding “The true Vampire possess vast knowledge and strength, they are vicious and blood thirsty with no regard for conforming to social acceptance.”
Gibson, who has researched and regularly blogs vampire history and legends, has gained the title of “Vampire Historian” and is recognized as an expert on the topic across the country, if not the globe. “I’ve got quite a following in several countries other than here in the U.S.” Gibson states. “Fans in Brazil, India and Turkey to name a few have contacted me in reference to Vampire legends from their home countries. My work is being utilized by a college professor in India, that’s really exciting!” Gibson proclaimed.
"The Adrian Trilogy" is based on the Vampire legends and history of the Deep South. Based in the New Orleans area, Volume I, “To be His Soulmate,” first intrigues the reader with the fascinating back stories of her characters before uniting them into their unique and riveting plots. The first installment launches as a tragic and complex love affair that rapidly evolves into a bloody war that will forever change the Vampire Nation as well as the human race that it exists within the human psyche.
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