Posts tagged "vampires"

Fans of my writing are having a convention
Sasscon now has a website here
You should come if you can. It will be a great deal of fun. The great thing about this event is that there is no badge fee or tickets you need to buy to be able to go and do things. The museums, parks, and zoos in DC are all free.

I’m often asked by fans of The Ouroboros Cycle whether, if The Ouroboros Cycle were to be made into a film, I would cast Tom Hiddleston as Korbinian. That seems to be the prevailing “fan casting” for Korbinian. Well, you will no doubt be happy to know that I completely agree. Hiddleston has the perfect look for Korbinian and I think he would do an amazing job portraying that character, were it ever to happen.

So one year ago today the first Ouroboros Cycle book was released. Now I can tell you that when an author or artist releases something that they’ve spent ten years making, there’s a great deal of suspense and uncertainty about whether it will be well received. When you’ve put so much of yourself into a project, you’re always terrified that no one will like it.

Little did I know then the incredible response that The Ouroboros Cycle, Book One: A Monster’s Coming Of Age Story was to receive. Over the course of the past year an incredible fandom seems to have developed around the series, and I am both humbled and honored by it. The "Sassassins" as the fans have taken to calling themselves (because they, like the characters in the book, have “sass”) are some of the most enthusiastic, friendly, and clever fans I have ever seen. They have tea parties and online hang-outs, marvelous inside jokes, and are some of the most welcoming people you’ve ever met. They encourage each other, they invite new fans to join them, and are just generally awesome.

I cannot describe how much it means to me to have a fandom such as this forming around my work. It’s wonderful to think that my writing has affected people in this way, and I hope that it continues to move people and bring them together like this.

I want to thank everyone for their enthusiastic support for the book. I’m humbled and delighted and I am incredibly grateful.

So happy Sass Day to one and all!

(By the way, I did not coin the term “Sass Day”. That Sassassins did, and I love them for it.)

Sneak peek at some of the art for my upcoming book “A Cautionary Tale For Young Vampires -The Ouroboros Cycle, Book Two.” by the wonderful and amazing fyodorpavlov . You can buy prints of some of his other work here  Society6 shop,


A spoiler free review of The Ouroboros Cycle: A Monster’s Coming of Age Story, the first book in a series from the fabulous G.D. Falksen.

If you haven’t picked up the book yet, you most certainly should do so! And come join us for tea and sassy shenanigans and such everywhere online where… This Saturday night at 12:30 midnight to Sunday 1:30am (EST) I will do another livechat. I will be doing a Q&A about the new novel . I will answer any question you have without worry of spoilers and info on all sorts of great things coming up.You keep asking me to do Q&A so I will keep doing them. Join in at the link above so you can get updates as to when the chats are happening.

Les Mis AUJean Valjean is among the oldest, strongest, and most-feared vampires in France. When he resurfaces in Paris seven years after abducting an orphaned, human child, dedicated vampire hunter Javert is determined to find him and to end his reign of terror. Now that she is no longer a child, Valjean’s “daughter” Cosette is in serious danger. Javert knows he must stop Valjean before he transforms his beautiful, innocent young ward into a monstrous creature of the night. The clock is ticking,—and the stakes are high.

{ft. Christoph Waltz as Valjean, Richard Armitage as Javert, & Jessica Brown-Findlay as Cosette}

I would go see this film.

(via a-harlots-progress)

The Ouroboros Cycle, Book 1: A Monster’s Coming of Age Story is my latest book out. Here is some of the wonderful art in its pages shown in the collages above. It can be picked up in print and ebook at Wildside ,Amazon , Barnes & Nobel and Kobo as well as where ever else books are sold.

You can also pick up the soundtrack to The Ouroboros Cycle Book One: A Monster’s Coming-Of-Age Story by Spiky on CD Baby and Amazon

Do check out the Pinterest board for the book here.                               

The book has 30 Illustrations by the talented Lawrence Gullo and Fyodor Pavlov.

The fan run group for fans of the series is here

(via ouroboroscyclegroup)