As you know by now RRBC has plenty of ways to help support other indie authors. #PushTuesday is one of my personal favourites as I’ve been in this chair several times now and it never fails to give my titles a good shot in the arm for sales and reviews. Today it’s one of my favourite RRBC people’s turn in the barrel, so lets meet Rhani and help support her wonderful short story (hopefully to make it into a longer novella one of these fine days!) A Perilous Thirst.
Now it so happens that I beta read this for Rhani, so I was one of the first to review it for her on Amazon. Here’s what I had to say about it…
In this unusual and entertaining perspective of the vagaries of sexual disease in the gay vampire community, Ms D’Chae’s sophisticated and utterly hubristic narrator spills not a single drop of the good stuff, not does he violate or do harm to another sentient, if mortal, life.Instead we are taken into an abstract and cerebral exploration of the nature of addiction and domination, that is a most refreshing, almost unique examination of the nature of the beast, in the most civilised and scintillating detail and language.
This is a truly mature, adult predator and all the better for the lack of uncouth YA romantic filters, and dubious aristocratic legendarium of your archetypal blood-sucking tale. This is for true connoisseurs of the macabre, not crass, blood-fest junkies!
Rhani D’Chae is a visually disabled writer who was born and raised in Tacoma, WA. Because of her failing eyesight, she no longer reads as much as she used to, but she does enjoy falling into the worlds created by other Indie authors as often as hre vision will allow. Shadow of the Drill is her first published novel, and is the first in a series that revolves around an unrepentant enforcer and the violent life that he leads.
She enjoys chatting with readers and fellow writers via Social Media sites, and loves getting comments and other input from those who have read her work. She is on Facebook, and also on Twitter, @rhanidchae. Also, if you have the time, please stop by her blog: rhanidchae.wordpress.com.
Ms D’Chae is currently working on Winter of the Drill and hopes to have it completed in late 2016.