Category: Characters

Get To Know Alexandria Stone
When I first wrote THE DARK WORLD at sixteen and fashioned the “impossible” woman that was Alexandria Stone into my book’s reality, the idea of Dracula having a lineage whose special blood must be honed and protected made sense. A lot of the story of THE DARK WORLD is based, yes, on blood. That’s why, with Alexandria Stone (yes, she’s the Philosopher’s Stone of my book), I wanted her power to be something not forceful, per se but still influential. She is purposely the anthesis to Eleanor Black’s power. Both women’s power is influential by design, one heady and alluring…
Get To Know Eleanor Black
Enigmatic, intelligent, Eleanor Black is a Member of the Vampire Order as well, but not for long…
Get To Know Christian Delacroix
I got the finished art for Christian Delacroix from the lovely FeySpeaker during stream on Friday!If you missed the Newsletter that went out earlier today, check out the abridged version below! He is known as Jack the Ripper by the greater London (human) public because of is proclivity to leave his victims where he kills them.He is not as beloved as his brother and as such other Vampires look down on his actions as they often bring unwanted attention to Vampire kind.Seeks to prove himself to his brother and all Vampires at large.Allows his bloodlust to consume him.Of course, there’s…
Get To Know Xavier Delacroix
If you completely missed the tweet of me freaking out over the art the lovely  @feyspeaker  made of one of the main characters in THE DARK WORLD series the other day, you missed almost crying about how wonderful the art came out.It was so serendipitous to receive the finished artwork while on stream. Because of this, I’m much more inclined to finally go ahead and do a character dossier like I had planned since the beginning of the series but couldn’t because there wasn’t any art for it.So here it is! He is about 30 something years old in human…
Gothic Lit and Music

So my love for the goth subculture was reinvigorated with a journey to a goth club with my darling fiance over the weekend, as well as my reading of Jane Eyre for class (that doesn’t start ’till next Tuesday mind you), and I’ve got to thinking about Goth in music and Lit as you do and how much it moves one if one can identify themselves in the lyrics, imagery, and themes.

Blood Talk: Creating New Worlds

We needn’t paint obtuse colors of expression on our character’s faces all the time (I was a fan of this when I first started writing), their dialogue and small mannerisms can help paint a picture that can, with every little nuance, create a greater, more believable world.

Blood Talk: Enchanters!
Good evening beautiful people! ICYMI: Blood Talk: Vampires! & Blood Talk: Lycans! are the previous installments leading up to this one. What are we discussing today? Enchanters! They are my version of witches and wizards, though they simply Enchant things to benefit the other Creatures. They enchant rings for the Vampires to use in order for them to walk upon the surface, and be amongst humans, and they enchant other objects for other Creatures to use though that isn’t really shown in the series, just barely touched upon. Now, compared to the Vampires and Lycans they sound pretty dull, don’t…
Blood Talk: Lycans!
Hello lovelies! I’m S.C. Parris and this is a continuation on my Blood Talk Blog series: Vampires, where I talk more about the mythical creatures/monsters that appear in my series, and today’s topic are those vicious, blood-fueled beasts we all love (or love to hate for me), Lycans. Now, when starting to write THE DARK WORLD: BOOK 1, I was ready to merely name the Vampires’ antagonists ‘Werewolves,’ as, in my sixteen-year-old brain that’s who the Vampires always fought in various books and movies I’d consumed before then. No? Yet it was my mom and older sister that stopped me…
I Realize I Never Did A Cover-Reveal On My Own Blog

He captured all the nuances of each book beautifully, and his attention to detail to character is astounding. I’m extremely happy with them.

Just so no one’s confused, however, I will say that these books follow a group of characters, as such there are scene dividers and threads of everyone’s story as the series progresses.

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