I have something a bit different to share with you today. It’s a book which brings together a lot of my interests, theology, philosophy and crime. I have had an interest in theology and very nearly studied it for my degree, though I changed over to English at the last minute I was still able to take some modules of philosophy whilst at university.
I am fully in the Halloween spirit at the moment, and I always find in October and November I am drawn to books about vampires. There are so many incredible vampire books out there I am spoilt for choice. So you can imagine my delight when I was asked if I would like to read and review A Cup of Blood.
I am getting firmly in to the October spirit with the book I am sharing today. I find that I tend to read a number of vampires books in October and November and this year is no exception. I got an early start by reading Time’s Convert in September and then after a quick detour into the Vicious and Vengeful I made a start on The Penllyn Chronicles.
I am so excited to be taking part in the Blog Tour for A Stain on the Soul – it’s the second in the Caitlyn Trilogy of books, and it is every bit amazing as the first book, Three Bloody Pieces. I took part in the Cover Reveal for A Stain on the Soul at the end of last month and the book is every bit as fantastic as the cover!