Dark Whiskey: A Short Horror Story by Emma Meade

Emma Meade knocks this blog post right out of the park.

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How do you like your whiskey? Dash of coke, a few ice cubes? Some blood?

One of my favourite vampire films is Blade. To this day, I still get a buzz on the rare occasion I hear the song, “Confusion” by New Order or “Operation Blade” by Public Domain – played during the early club scene in the film, a club filled by vampires raving away and about to be covered in human blood dispensed from the sprinklers above. I loved the quick flashes we got of Deacon Frost (played moodily by Stephen Dorff) as he moved through the club. I wondered what would happen if a couple of human girls were to walk through those club doors, and if one of those girls caught the club owner’s eye.

That’s where Dark Whiskey came in. The cover below was designed by Clarissa at Book Cover Art. Check out…

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Author: Jo-Ann Carson

About Jo-Ann Carson Where magic happens … Reports of Jo-Ann Carson’s death on a Gulf Island are greatly exaggerated or, at the very least, premature. The eclectic crew of ghosts that haunt her head spill onto the page in two series: The Gambling Ghosts and The Ghost & Abby Mysteries. A Viking with existential issues, a broken hearted Highlander, a Casanova man-witch and a Pirate with a secret are just a few of the males her strong heroines encounter in tales of fantasy, adventure and romance. A firm believer in the magic of our everyday lives, Jo-Ann loves watching sunrises, walking beaches near her home in the Pacific Northwest and reading by the fire. You can visit her on social media: Website * Blog * Twitter * Facebook

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