Friday, November 25, 2011

Divinity by Bryl R. Tyne

Bryl Tyne Literary Nymphs Author Interview

What would you like new fans to know about you?

 I'm not really as scary as I come across at times, i.e. see answer to what my fantasy character would be had I a choice.

In your fantasy world who or what would you be?
 I would be called Beau, and I'd have money, power, and the deadliest weapons available at my disposal, and I'd defy anyone to knock the chip off my shoulder. Yeah.

What is your favorite genre to read?
 Suspense or Action Adventure

Do you have a favorite quote?
 To label me is to negate me ~ Soren Kierkegaard

What can we look forward to in the future from you?
 I'm currently working on a psychological horror collection for Riptide called ANGUISH. The first story is DEVOUR, and there are two others planned.

Here's the blurb from my newest release at Riptide, called Divinity:

Martin Hayes has found the perfect job for a 200-year-old vampire. As the late-shift security guard for Spire, he works and hunts by night and sleeps by day, hidden away in the unused cellar. Life is all so easy—nights bleeding away, weeks and months passing . . . until a new janitor disturbs the peace. Martin finds himself obsessed with memories (or are they?) of red hair, freckled skin, and men on their knees.

Dylan Mesmer isn’t just a hot, freckled, red-haired janitor. He’s altogether too composed around Martin and never surprised by Martin’s supernatural abilities. In fact, he seems to have a few of his own. And why does he keep feeding Martin orange lollipops?

A healthy vampire has no use for candy, yet Martin cannot resist the lure. He’s being baited and knows it, but for what end? And what about those visions that assail him whenever he thinks of Dylan? Their story is centuries old, but this time around, Dylan’s playing for nothing less than immortality. Eternal life—and eternal love—is within his reach, but can he convince Martin to change his ways and commit? If not, he’ll remain trapped in time beside his lover, always together but forever apart.

Divinity can be purchased at Riptide:

Where can we find your website?
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  1. I LOVE the sound of your current book and the theme of your next book has me intrigued. I don't read a lot of horror, but psychological horror has me on pins and needles.

    joderjo402 AT gmail DOT com

  2. "I'd have money, power, and the deadliest weapons available at my disposal," Love that answer!

    I look forward in reading Divinity.

    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

  3. Great post :-) I enjoyed Divinity - it was definitely different!

    smaccall AT

  4. Thanks for the interview.
    Your next release sounds good.