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Friday, May 23, 2014

Don't Forget

To celebrate the release of the second adventure of the Cambion Journals
Kiss of the Succubus
 
 
The very first story in the series
Rage of Augustus
Has been reduced to $0.99 for a limited period.
 
 
Click below to take advantage of this great offer...
 

Friday, May 16, 2014

Release Day Treats

Hi everyone, today is the release day of book 2 of The Cambion Journals
Kiss of the Succubus
 
 
To mark the event, the kindle version of the first book of the series,
Rage of Augustus
has been marked down to only $0.99 for a limited period
 

If you enjoy fast paced adventures of the dark, demonic, and decidedly 'fruity' kind - these tales will be just the thing to while away the midnight hours.
(Just click the links on the book covers in the side bar)
 
And most of all,
Enjoy...
 

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Kiss of the Succubus

 
 
Remember - this weekend sees the release of Book 2 of the Cambion Journals
Kiss of the Succubus
 
Having survived the double-cross planned by Samael, the demon king, and Fanon, his own spawn-father, Augustus Thorne is trying to come to terms with his lot in life. Both Fanon and Agamemnon, the king’s assassin, are dead. But also gone is the only woman Augustus has ever loved, driven away by the dangers his lifestyle brings.
Augustus doesn’t have the luxury of dwelling on what might have been. An insidious new threat has emerged, one that exposes humanity to a danger unlike anything they’ve ever faced before.  
Stumbling upon a mysterious woman who appears to be the only other Cambion he’s ever met, Augustus discovers he doesn’t have to face the threat alone. Has he met his soul mate, or is she too good to be true?
Augustus much watch his step, unsure who else might want him dead. The story continues in The Cambion Journals: Kiss of the Succubus.
Hell has no fury like a Cambion Scorned.
You'll see why...

Monday, May 12, 2014

What Do Readers Think of Augustus Thorne?

 
Here are some older reviews of the 1st book of the Cambion Journals
Rage of Augustus
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book!, 21 Nov 2013
By 
This book is engaging from the start. Augustus' character is intriguing and more complex than the initial chapters suggest. The plot is believable and interesting. The whole book is a roller coaster of emotions! Without giving any clues away, the ending will bring tears!!
 
 
5.0 out of 5 stars This Book Will Rock Your World!, 8 Oct 2013
By 
Augustus Thorne is a real ladies man- his intense love making leaves women in a state of unconsciousness . He often offers them limitless spending accounts on his credit cards, fills closets with designer clothes and shoes. One problem only- he is a hybrid demon. Yeah, you heard right. Now hold on, this handsome hunk got into this nightmare two hundred years ago when his mother was ravaged by a famous incubus who cast his spell upon her and she became impregnated with Augustus. He has one mission in life and that is to kill his father. He enters a secret dark world of others who are like his father and travels to distant countries to uncover clues to his whereabouts, only to find the others also want his father and him,as he possesses even greater powers than most. He finally gets his chance for real human love , but this takes him into a more deeper and more dangerous journey. I loved that this story always had me on edge with suspense around every corner. You want Augustus to find love and peace in his dark world.

I couldn't put this one down. It was a mixture of Indian Jones, Twilight, and True Blood all in one. The sex scenes explode with heated desire. Andrew Weston knows what his readers want , be it action, paranormal , fantasy and good romance. Rage of Augustus is not to miss!
 
 
 
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!!!, 27 Aug 2013
By 
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What can I say!!!! First class book, well written and fast paced. I actually read it in one sitting as I just couldn't it down!! The storyline made sense and explanations were given at just the right time. Some books of this genre (and I have read loads!!!) can tend to meander a bit and include things that aren't relevant but not this one. There is some satisfaction at the end as it doesn't leave you hanging too much but I am really looking forward to the next book in the series as I want to know what happens to a number of the characters, especially Augustus, so come on Mr Weston, don't leave us waiting too long please!!!
 
       
4.0 out of 5 stars A good read, 15 Aug 2013
By 
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
I really enjoyed this book. I look forward to reading more in the Cambion series.I would imagine this would make a good fantasy film lots of special effects! One definitely for adults.
 
 
5.0 out of 5 stars Rage of Augustus, 11 Aug 2013
By 
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This review is from: Rage of Augustus (Paperback)
OMG - brilliant... I've just finished the book and now I have to wait to see what happens. I was intrigued from the start and gripped from the 3rd chapter - couldn't put it down - has everything - lust ,love lots of action, good vs evil. definitely not for the younger reader - this would make a brilliant film as the special effects would be fantastic. Roll on book two, I can't wait...
 
 
4.0 out of 5 stars I will never think of demons in the same light again, 9 Aug 2013
By 
This is a really good story and I love the fact it shows demons in a different way from the nom.
Its good the way the author tells it from the view of the main character and and is able to show his anger at what has and is happening to him and the love character feel's for those close to him.
In all, a really good book
But I wouldn't recommend it to anyone under the age of consent :)
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Readers seem to enjoy what Augustus does...
And the weekend sees his return.
 
Are YOU ready for Kiss of the Succubus?

 

Saturday, May 3, 2014


What Story Does Your Name Tell?
 
 
Some years ago, I decided to get my father a really special present. I had some research completed on the Weston family tree. Dad was into that kind of thing, and, because we had pretty accurate records of a number of generations of our family – on both sides – going back a few hundred years (Due to military service, etc), I thought it would be something he might enjoy.

 

Sure enough, after several months, a great result came back. My family had a rich and varied history. Our ancestors were noteworthy on both sides. My father’s mother – Jayne Lister – was a Great, Great Granddaughter of Baron Joseph Lister, a British surgeon and pioneer of antiseptic surgery. (Listerine mouthwash is named after him) And the Weston family name runs back to before the Doomsday book – the great survey initiated by William the Conqueror – in 1066. It was quite interesting to discover we had a hereditary title at one time, a family crest, and were descendants of Henry De-la-Westuna of France.

 

Needless to say, my father was delighted with the findings, and especially with the documents and seals that came with the research. (Plus a copy of our family crest – a rather fine example of argent lion rampant on sable background, with motto – Honor without Fear).

 

I always wanted to look deeper. But the cost involved was phenomenal and further research would take a great deal of time.

 

Imagine my interest this past week then, when I discovered that scientists have developed a GPS tool that can tell you where your ancestors lived, not just hundreds, but thousands of years ago. The article – within Nature Communications – states that researchers have discovered an algorithm which accurately pinpoints your geographic origin using samples of your genetic data. The findings can be so precise, that the results can narrowing it down to the country, or, in some cases, even the area within a country. 
 

 

Knowing my family originated from France about a thousand years ago has often made me wonder how far back I could take it. Not in the biblical sense, but in an entirely familial setting. I’d love to know. Wouldn’t you with your family?

 

You see, using DNA to pinpoint where modern individuals originated has been somewhat limited up until now. Current biogeographically generated algorithms have a variance of up to 700 kilometers in Europe, and even worse, elsewhere.  

 

To develop a more precise test for genetic ancestry, a team led by Eran Elhaik from the University of Sheffield, UK, created the Geographical Population Structure algorithm. (Get it? GPS.)
It relies on genetic admixture, (the process that takes place when people from different populations marry and have children, creating new gene pools that represent a mixture of the founder pools). This happened more than you realize in history. Conquerors settled where they won their victories, started raising families, etc. Well, the resultant blend of traits can be used to gauge the distance from the original home. 

 

A quote by Elhaik stated, “What we have discovered is a way to find not where you were born, as you have that information on your passport, but where your DNA was formed up to 1,000 years ago by modeling these admixture processes.”

 

Elhaik’s team developed the admixture algorithm using genetic and geographical information from 54 participants recruited through the Genographic Project. And then they tested their GPS tool with 600 genetic samples composed of 98 global subpopulations. Using DNA sequences, GPS can accurately place individuals in their country of origin 83 percent of time. 

 

How good is that? Well when the data from 10 villages in Sardinia and 20 or so islands in Oceania was analyzed, the team was able to trace more than 25% of the Sardinians to their home village and most of the remaining participants within 50 kilometers of their village. For the subjects from Oceania, they were successful at pinpointing their island of origin 90% of the time.  

 

This is poignant news for me. Remember, I’ve discovered ancestors dating back a thousand years. Just imagine when we have the technology to travel back even further...

 

Now THAT will be a story worth telling

 

Information courtesy of Nature Communications. 

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Augustus Thorne


 
The blood of fallen angels runs through his veins.
Is that a good thing?
 

 
Soon, the world will know.
 
Kiss of the Succubus...Coming soon.