The thing is, I was born in 1985, and so Monster High came into my life when I was twenty-five. I fell in love with Frankie Stein! I know the OCD Vampire doesn’t place Draculaura first. What gives? But Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is unique, and Frankie Stein is so adorable!
Gothic Bite Magazine shares the debut song Forever Suffer from the new German darkwave band, DARK.
DARK, a darkwave music band, releases Debut Music Video, Forever Suffer. Originating from Hamburg in Germany, on June 15th, they unveiled their first-ever song. It happened via their official YouTube Channel.
The holiday season just around the corner, and you’re looking for something to read? Gothic Bite Magazine has you covered with a frightening compilation of horrific stories! ‘Tis the season!
GBM And Merry Krampus Vol. 2 The Blurb
Welcome to the spooky and twisted world of authors who know that there is more to this world and season than Santa Claus. The horn and hoof man comes from the north once a year to visit each of us and give us a holiday season to remember. Because GBM wishes you Merry Krampus!
Gothic Bite Magazine is always proud to share the work from the Indie Community! From all fields, including musical, which we can all agree, is a crucial role in our gothic lives! Today, here is the work of Daisy Mortem!
We proudly present L’accident est inévitable, the latest music video from the rave/goth duo, Daisy Mortem.
Gothic Bite Magazine often shared the work of an author that we love, Jane Jordan. Most recently, she brought to our attention the work of her daughter. We guess that art is in the blood.
A British-American Girl
Sarasota artist, Charlotte Jordan was born in Michigan. As a child, she moved to England for six years and lived on the dramatically beautiful Exmoor in the South West of England. Being surrounded by natural elements and animals, gave her a passion for drawing.
Her love of art was nurtured during high school art classes, where she developed her creative style.
Gothic Bite Magazine always welcomes amazing authors on their website! This week, we have the pleasure to interview, Luc Vors!
Who is Luc Vors?
I am a native Texan with education in psychology,
biology, art and music. In college, I did a lot of research on the psychology
of creativity, consciousness and free will, so my first publications were
Mrs. Blackwood is the introduction to The Lord Impaler Series. An opening to a world with vampires, werewolves, and many other monsters. After its release, it won the heart of readers who gave it a solid FIVE STAR!
The Unique Cover
Mrs. Blackwood has one cover for the digital version while the paperback itself has a special and unique cover. Arielle Lyon previously known as Alexa Wayne studied graphic design and being an illustrator has her possess an eye for design.
Wayne knows what she wants and so when in the process of making the covers for Mrs. Blackwood, she had a specific idea in mind. She always enjoyed the neat and clean look.
VitaL is comparable to any fruit punch juice manufactured by VitaL Tech. Initially, it was created by Bernabé Lavoie in the summer of 2015. The drink comes in a black opaque old-fashioned bottle and will soon be available.
A Scary Drink
Keep your eyes peeled for the new fright. When VitaL hits the shelves, it might become the most high-water mark for the unexplainable paranormal encounters which happened lately.
Furthermore, when Gothic Bite Magazine launched in March of 2018, our determination was to look out for strange meetings and witnesses with obscure stories.
A vampire is a being from folklore that subsists by feeding on the vital force of the living. In European folklore, vampires were undead beings that often visited loved ones.
The First Print
Mrs. Blackwood was a novel I wrote to be part of an anthology that sadly never happened. As a result, I decided to repurpose it and publish the novel as my first book. Mainly, I enjoyed the story and thought it to be unique.
MRS. BLACKWOOD COMES OUT ON TUESDAY JULY 30TH, 2019 ON AMAZON!
Two years before the writing of Mrs. Blackwood, I met Tara M. Clapper, an editor among a few I contacted and her love for the paranormal attracted me. Henceforth, Tara became my editor and worked with me on a few writing projects.