#BadMoonRising Inheritance Revealed (Vampire Hunter #1) by Cheryl A. Hunt #paranormal #vampires

Any vampire fans out there? If so, today’s featured author will make your vamp-loving heart happy with the first book in a series. She’s a talented pumpkin carver and loves it so much it’s not just for Halloween anymore. Welcome Cheryl A. Hunt!

Which urban legend scares you most?

The hook man legend scares me. I remember when I was a teenager, it was a favorite to tell around a campfire, and I was always scared.

Would you rather dunk for apples or carve a Jack o’ lantern?

Carve a Jack o’ lantern. I have always purchased several pumpkins each year to carve on Halloween. I love owls and usually carve at least one of my pumpkins with an owl design. Recently I started growing pumpkins in my garden, and I am carving for Thanksgiving as well.

If you watch horror movies, are you the person who yells at the characters, covers your eyes, or falls asleep?

I am definitely the person who covers her eyes. I remember sitting on the couch watching Dracula with my daughter when she was 12 or 13. She sat eating popcorn, and I had my arms over my head and my eyes closed.

Would you and your main character get along?

Yes, we would get along because we have some similar interests. When I wrote the main character, I made her interested in Mythology because it is a something I enjoy.

If you decided to write a spinoff of a side character, who would you choose?

I would write Marcus’ story. He turned into such an interesting character. I have hinted that he is very old and a soldier, so his story would be interesting to write.

What are you working on now?

I have a few novels in the works, and I am writing short stories that expand on my vampire hunter series. I usually work on a couple of stories until one takes hold and then I focus on it.

Arianna Sabini is twenty-five years old and a first-year professor finishing her PhD. dissertation and teaching at Weymouth University in upstate New York. She meets James Merden, a handsome and intriguing man who is at the university under the guise of writing a novel, but who is really there to get to know Arianna. Their relationship develops, and it seems like everything in her ordered and planned life is falling into place when she is viciously attacked. Arianna awakens and must accept the reality of how her life is changed, forever. She discovers she is a vampire hunter, James is a vampire, and the mythology she teaches is not entirely fiction. With help from Giovanni, a rough and cranky old vampire hunter, Arianna discovers her inner talents, and she begins to unravel the mysterious family secret in her past.

Purchase Link

Ebook: https://www.amazon.com/Inheritance-Revealed-Vampire-Hunter-Novel-ebook/dp/B094RHPZWX Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/Inheritance-Revealed-Vampire-Hunter-Novel/dp/1684336848

Author Bio

Cheryl A. Hunter is an author and artist. Her books span multiple genres including contemporary fiction, paranormal fantasy, and nonfiction. Cheryl is also an artist who works in glass, ink and watercolor, and photography. When she is not writing, taking pictures, or creating glass art, she loves to travel. Her interest in Ancient Greek and Roman cultures has taken her to many Archeological sites and museums in several countries.

Social Media

Website: www.cherylahunter.com 

Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/CherylAHunter.writer

Twitter: @CherylAHunter4

Instagram: Cherylahunter101

44 thoughts on “#BadMoonRising Inheritance Revealed (Vampire Hunter #1) by Cheryl A. Hunt #paranormal #vampires

  1. A fun interview, Cheryl, and I definitely love vampire stories, having gotten hooked on them at age 12 when I read Bram Stoker’s Dracula. I admit, I got sort of burned out for a couple of years when they kinda took over the scary book/movie scene, but now I’m back to including them in the mix of fantasy I read so much of these days. I’ve found some new vampire tales and series I’ve really enjoyed, and I’ll definitely be checking out this book!

    I also LOVE the idea of carving a pumpkin for Thanksgiving! Why not? I can see a big ol’ turkey pumpkin as a fun centerpiece, myself. Thanks for the idea, and thanks for having Cheryl here today, Teri. Super post. Sharing!! 😊💖

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  3. Victoria Zigler

    Fun interview. An owl design is a great choice, and I have to laugh at your daughter sat eating popcorn calmly while you had your hands up covering your face.

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  4. alexcraigie

    Great to hear about Cheryl and her writing. I had to laugh at the image of you with your hands over your head whilst your daughter cheerfully chomps away on popcorn – snap! We’re also pumpkin carving fans after finding a carving set in Ireland with a pattern of an owl inside. We grow our own and the family get together and we carve at least one each. Three of them can take a photo and turn it into their own pattern now. Love the book cover!

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    1. Fortunately, my plants seem to just grow. I start the seeds in a small pot, transplant them to the edge of the garden, and let them grow. Pumpkins are one of those no fuss plants. Thank you for stopping by and reading the interview.

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