Greetings from Author Rusty Nugent: A new adult, urban and dark fantasy series.

Greetings y’all, My name is Rusty Nugent. I am a southern Dark Fantasy with elements of horror, supernatural, paranormal, honor, days of old, action, adventure, blood, gore and romance blogger/author/reader. I’m writing on my third novel in the MW Series. My books are about heroic werewolves waging war against evil vampires and other evil supernatural creatures. In thirteen sixty-three. The werewolf warrior Stytentos is jaded and disillusioned, living in a monastery in Nepal. His outlook on life has changed since the humans turned on his people and began hunting them to the point of extinction. As mass hysteria took over Dacia, lycanthropes and humans alike were burned at the stake, accused of being werewolves “in league with the Devil” by the self-righteous and power-hungry Catholic Church. Stytentos is attempting to rebuild his life in the aftermath of the darkest chapter of his people’s existence: The Burnings. There are many werewolf vs vampire action scenes in their supernatural forms. I have two books so far in the MW series but the first book is unavailable at this time. My second book’s title, Moonwarriors: [book:Guardians of the Night|6623801]. Please can you read my fourth chapter of my third book, Moonwarriors: In A Blackened Dawn. The website Wattpad is great for writers and readers to join forces. Check it out if your an author or writer. (^_^) Good luck and Thanks.

A poem/song about my books on youtube, a taste of my overall talent. It’s called Full Moon Bloodlust.

When the moonlight strikes me, I am filled with power. In an evil age, in my darkest hour. Death and Destruction are the pleasures of my life. A lonely life filled with agony. Here I stand upon this Ledge with sword in hand I hereby pledge. That in the full moon’s waning light. I shall make my Sacrifice. The Fog drifts down the hills into my dark domain. My senses sharp and I Insane. Into the woods I go with the moonlight as my guide. I now creep like the mist and from my wrath you can not hide. I shall avenge all I have lost. Behold the coming of death with your now ending immortal life. I shall make my sacrifice. Unto the goddess of the night. I shall make my sacrifice.

Twilight (2008)

Twilight (2008).




Twilight (2008)

Director: Catherine Hardwicke

Screenplay: Melissa Rosenberg and Stephanie Meyer

Cast: Kirsten Stewart, Robert Pattinson

Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Romance

Budget: n/a

Gross: n/a

Synopsis: Bella Swan  (Kirsten Stewart) was not expecting anything out of the ordinary to happen when she moved to live with her Dad in Forks, Washington. But this where her life truly begins. There she meets Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), a mysterious and captivating student at her new high school. Bella soon discovers that Edward is hiding a secret, after he impossibly saves her life from a van with his super-human strength and speed. She is determined to unravel his secret, but the truth is more terrifying than she realized. Edward is a vampire. Any normal person would just keep away from him, but Edward and Bella have fallen passionately and unconditionally in love with each other. And so begins their forbidden relationship between a human and a vampire. But the young lovers soon discover that their troubles are only just about to begin.

Pros: Its nice to see a movie and compare it to the book. Its never as good as the book, however it was nice seeing how a girl (Bella) becomes completely obsessed with a guy. Its a real world problem.

Cons: Bella was washed out compared to Edward the vampire. Kirsten Stewart can use way more facial expressions.

Rating: 2.5/5 stars. I wouldn’t recommend it unless you’ve read the book. Its not the greatest movie but its cute for an adaption of a book.

Scary People, Movies and a real mystery-instead of packing

PBS has an ancestry show called Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr. I never saw it before, but the other night Stephen King was one of their subjects so of course I had to tune in. What I like about this show is that in addition to researching articles and records, they do a DNA test that geographically shows where your ancestors are from. What I don’t love is that they focus on 3 people each episode so you’re constantly switching back and forth, and the subjects don’t go on their own journey – they don’t do the research themselves.

But ancestry is always fascinating to hear about. Stephen King learned some incredible things about his ancestors, particularly their actions during the time of slavery. Watching this person, whose mind has invented so many stories and characters, learn details of his own story was actually kind of fun.