Book Previews - K.A.C. Book 1: In the Village of the Devil's Daughters

Welcome to an exclusive sneak peak at the audiobook version of my Christian (yet accessible and badass for everyone) dark fantasy/horror/mystery novel "Kill All Christians Book 1: In the Village of the Devil's Daughters".

This novel (currently available in both print and e-book format on Amazon) follows the exploits of Saint Sword Moon and his Dark Blood companion Fox as the pair are called to the Village of the Devil's Daughters to investigate the abduction of a child and the targeting of two others by a dybbuk demon.

Moon and Fox live in a world where all forms of Christianity (and indeed even those God based religions such as Judaism) have been outlawed with nearly every professor of the faith hunted down and slain without exception regardless of race, age, gender, orientation, identity, class, etcetera. In the entropic world that remains humans pay homage to the demon barons and warlords who have become Earth's new gods in the eyes of man.

As one of the few survivors and one of the fewer still possessing divine power, Moon must partner with Fox to investigate these demon abductions while surviving grim politic with the twin sisters Hellana and Amahli who serve as the goddesses of the village.

Can Moon and Fox save the children before its too late, or will they too fall prey to the deviltry in the village in the frigid mountains up above? Only time will tell.

The Three Categories of My Novels

Salutations! Today I'd like to talk about the three levels of content/maturity that each of my novels fall under.

One of the things I'm a firm believer of, is being open and honest with my fan base. To me, to create a series and draw people in, having every aspect of it appear to represent a certain set of purpose, morality and narrative flow, only to at the last minute once you've gained a following and a steady stream of cash throw in something that completely changes and turns on its head everything I told you I was about is the height of cowardice and sneaky marketing. Consider that harsh, and a run on sentence. I'll accept that it's one of those things.

I have no desire to draw you in, make my money in a safe way, then flip the script and exclaim "JUST KIDDING, YOU THOUGHT THIS STORY AND THESE CHARACTERS WERE LIKE THIS BUT I CAN MAKE MORE MONEY LIKE THIS!"

I also would never want a young reader who enjoys, say upcoming all ages novel Nora and the Eternal Waterwheel to see my name on Murder the Citizens, think the novel is safe for them to read and suddenly be thrust into a far more maturely written world. To that end, I established three levels to my novels:

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On Writing Badass Female Leads

A lot of the protagonists in my retinue are female leads of varying age and ethnicity. To be quite honest, this was somewhat accidental. I consider my novels to be broken up into four primary "ages" in history. The True Mythology series encompasses the warriors of legend that helped forge the world the protagonists live in today. The Era of Conflict is how the high holy orders that stand above all the others were established. The Modern Age is where you dear readers come in, with such fascinating reads as the upcoming Murder the Citizens: HungerTribus DulceOchre AlleycatPretty Little WhispersIn Defense of the Heart. These stories take place in or around the bubble of 2017, plus or minus ten or so years.

Well, when I began writing all of these narratives, I realized that I had a bit of an abundance of male leads and not enough female leads. What's more, an over abundance of narratives that seem only to know how to sell a female lead by stripping her of her clothing and having her defined by little more than sexuality and ambiguity cemented the necessity for a higher caliber of heroine.

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A Rondo of Tales...

Salutations et all! Welcome to the new official website of me, Eugene the Author. I thought it best to begin with a post that introduces you to who I am, and what I'm about.

As my intro stated, I am a minister and a Christian fringe ministry novelist, but, what does that really mean? Well, perhaps the best way to explain it is to begin with a few things you'll find in my books that you won't in other Christian artists.

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