Blood Groove Release Day!

Today the “suave, creepy” (Publishers Weekly) vampires of my “edgy, enthralling, entertaining” (Library Journal) novel Blood Groove are released on an unsuspecting public. Pick up a copy and journey back to 1975 Memphis when the King still lived, Parliament was in session and the undead wore stacks, bell-bottoms and polyester.

Get a sneak peek of Chapter 1 over at Flames Rising.

Anyone who comments on this post between now and Friday will be entered in a drawing for a signed copy of Blood Groove.

Posted on by Alex in Blood Groove, release date, Seventies, vampires

18 Responses to Blood Groove Release Day!

  1. JKB

    I’m there.

    (And I bought it, too…hooray!)

  2. madisondork

    I’m really hoping to make it to your party.

    Paul Wiesner

  3. Kathy Steffen

    Happy release day, Alex!!! I can’t wait to read this book!

  4. Michael Damian Thomas


    Happy book day!!!

  5. Edie

    Suave and creepy are very cool. Not too adjectives I normally see together. Happy release day!

  6. JM Donahue

    Congratulations and happy release day!

  7. TK42ONE

    Vampires are scary enough, but vampires wearing bell bottoms is enough to make me keep the book in the freezer.

  8. Richard S. Garrison

    It’s a great book! Congrats!!

  9. OpalDreamer

    Oh my! You know, I really think I’m going to have to pick this up. ((That is, if I don’t win a copy! :P ))

  10. Dori


  11. L.J. Boldyrev

    Congrats! *browsing amazon*

  12. DebGrabien

    Go get ‘em!

  13. Michelle

    Happy, happy release day, Alex! And may there be many more :) .

  14. bobbi

    YAY! Happy day! Can’t wait to read it. : )


    love to be enter in this conteset

  16. Tony Brent

    I loved The Sword-edged Blonde and can’t wait to read Blood Groove!

  17. Zombie Joe

    And I was looking for something to do tomorrow. Yet another reason I am glad I moved in to Madison this month!

  18. shadesong

    *crosses fingers*

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