Antellus reissues NAGRASANTI Illustrated Vampire Anthology

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Antellus reissues NAGRASANTI Illustrated Vampire Anthology

Antellus, a private independent publisher of science fantasy adventure and nonfiction books and ebooks, has republished NAGRASANTI, an illustrated anthology of vampire short stories by author Theresa M. Moore through a second supplier, with an expanded title and revised cover.

In the wake of new publishing options offered by CreateSpace, NAGRASANTI, the third installment in the SF/vampire fusion series Children of The Dragon by Theresa M. Moore, will be made available through both CreateSpace and Amazon in the coming weeks. The anthology is a large paperback volume at 8.5" x 11" and 342 pages, with a list price of $22.95.

"We had been waiting for this for a long time," Antellus owner and CEO Theresa M. Moore said. "The limitations of the publishing options for trim sizes offered by CreateSpace prevented us from being able to present the book in its original size to Amazon for some time. This is a great opportunity for us and we look forward to making this project searchable for Amazon shoppers."

The print version of the anthology, and its ebook version, are already available for purchase from the Antellus detail page and on Amazon as a Kindle edition.

The Children of The Dragon series of SF/vampire books is the epic chronicle of the Xosan, living vampires from the planet Antellus who were once human but were transformed by a dragon’s blood. They are stories of science fiction, fact and fantasy, myth and history, romance, tragedy and triumph; linked together by the theme of the vampire as hero.

About the author: Theresa M. Moore has many years of experience as a writer and  fantasy artist. Her work reflects a love for imaginative and speculative fiction, ever with the mission to educate as well as entertain. She has been a member of The Count Dracula Society, The Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society, the Cartoon Fantasy Organization and various other genre associations, and continues to maintain an interest in science fiction, fantasy, adventure and anime. In addition to works of fiction, Moore also has a keen interest in history, mythology and science, as well as a skeptical interest in the workings of pseudoscience.

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