The Race

For their Sins

Rebecca Tran

Kamilla F.

Una notte sola ( Only one night)

F. Guzzardi

26 Giorni

The Town of Mohaba

Presentation at Indigo Bookstore, Canada.

The Artist

Michele Iacono

Nazanin Marzban

The Town of Mohaba

Books to Go!

Unusual places of culture

Awesome people!

Fabrizio Catalfamo, Giusi Nigro, Nazanin Marzban, Susanna Casubolo

Emil Ludwig

Talks with Mussolini

Nel Vuoto

Susanna Casubolo

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Monday, January 22, 2018

A New Breed of Vampire

For Their Sins isn’t your typical vampire novel. Alexandria Diego isn’t your typical heroine either. When re-envisioning vampire lore I needed something that was never seen before. For inspiration, I turned to the Bible. Genesis speaks of Nephilim or angel, human hybrids. Its not a new concept but it’s never been applied to vampires. In For Their Sins, God saw the strength of crossing humans with angels and used it to His advantage. God created the Venandi to hunt down the worst sinners.

My vampires are God’s servants, but they aren’t pious or righteous. Many of them can walk in the sun although there’s no sparkles or pyrotechnics needed. There isn’t a “vegetarian” among them either. A vampire is a hunter. They can’t deny their nature.

Watch the book trailer below for a peek into Alexandria’s world.

For Their Sins is currently available for sale on Amazon and other Book Sellers

     For Their Sins

     Published: October 8,2018
     Review Rating 4.5 Stars
     Author: Rebecca Tran
    Cover Design: Fabrizio Catalfamo

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Thursday, January 11, 2018

FOR THEIR SINS - Author Book Signing Event

Author Rebecca Tran will be signing her award winning novel For Their Sins February 17, 2018 from 1-3 at Barnes & Noble, 320 Mid Rivers Center Drive St Peters, MO 63376.

For Their Sins has been described as a sweeping paranormal romance with Game of Thrones undertones. Reviewers say that Tran writes descriptive narrative with terrific imagery. The reader is swept away, without even realizing it. For Their Sins is recommended for anyone who enjoys a supernatural story with action and a twist of romance.

For Their Sins is a first person narrative following the life of a very unconventional 300 year old vampire. Alexandria Diego was Born in 1707 as a Venandi, a descendant of angels. Her people were charged by God to send the worst sinners to judgement. That included the soulless Mordere that are turned into vampires by more traditional means. Although Alexandria chose the path of the hunter she always longed for a quiet life. Destiny had other plans. One simple choice irrevocably changed Alexandria’s life and soon all of her people knew her name. When a war broke out between her people and the Mordere Alexandria suddenly became her people’s last hope of survival. Alexandria is lost and confused under the sudden weight. After agonizing over the problem she faces it head on. But when her true love is captured by the enemy nothing will stand in her way of getting him back. The only question is: is it too late?

For Their Sins is currently available for sale on Amazon and other Book Sellers

Lost For 75 Years: That Boyce Girl

The manuscript, That Boyce Girl, was written by Raymond Harvey Davis in 1938, but was virtually lost for over 75 years. The work eventually found me, Laurance Howard Davis III, Raymond's great-grand son. Raymond died in 1943, so I never knew him, but I did fall in love with his writing. I published That Boyce Girl for Raymond in 2015 but couldn't let it end there. While transcribing the old manuscript, I fell in love with Sally Boyce, as had all the men in the novel. Once a socialite, Sally was cast into the workforce by the Great Depression. Not only did she have to compete with men professionally, the same men chased her socially with an even greater passion. Unafraid to speak her mind, or slap a deserving face, Sally made her mark in the world at a time when few women could. After preparing the work for publication, I couldn't let Sally fade back into the past, so I wrote the sequel, The Race. Merging Sally's resilience and determination with my own experiences as a race car driver and builder, The Race adds yet another year to life of this amazing woman. This year marks the 80th anniversary of That Boyce Girl, so from January 12th thru the 19th, the E book will be on sale on Amazon for a mere 99 cents. I hope you enjoy Sally's story as much as I continue to do. With best regards, L. H. Davis 

That Boyce Girl   
The Race