Book Tour ! Vampires on the prowl: a preview of Relative Strangers by Helen Treharne

Super excited to be with the fantastic Roxanne Rhoads on the first day of my virtual book tour. Thanks for having me Roxanne and to all the people who’ve made it happen. Click on the link to read my guest post which includes two previews from Relative Strangers and a chance to win some eBooks!


Vampires on the prowl: a preview of Relative Strangers by Helen Treharne.




Helen Treharne

I’m Helen Treharne, fiction author an creator of The Sophie Morgan Vampire Series. I live in South Wales with my husband, young son and rescue cat.
My books are available at all major digital retailers with soft back copies also available from Amazon, Createspace and other stores.
When I’m not writing fiction, I blog at, sharing my experiences of being a busy parent jugging working, writing, and more. Follow me there for my personal insights.


  1. December 1, 2014 / 2:54 pm

    Hi, I loved the beginning excerpt; it gives me a very good sense of the vampire mindset, even if the person in question may not be quite a vampire yet. It makes me want to click buy, which is a very good thing. But…and I hate to say this…I don’t like the cover. What’s the feedback you usually get on it? I may be the lone dissenter.

    • December 1, 2014 / 3:49 pm

      Glad you like it! On the cover, I haven’t had anyone say that before, in fact the opposite (especially in paperback form) but feedback is always welcome. Artwork is often subjective I suppose, I’ve seen many which some people love that have made me feel icky. Whatever floats the proverbial boat I suppose. Surprisingly, a lot of guys have picked it the book and I think for them the pop-culture, comic book/contemporary vibe is probably a bit more appealing than some. (ps I love a dissenter… there is a lot to be said for the role of a devils advocate in making things better)

      • December 1, 2014 / 5:57 pm

        Yeah, there’s a lot of variation in opinion, especially in covers. Now that I think about it, I could see the cover appealing to guys. Myself, I tend to go for more ethereal/Gothic covers, so that’s probably I don’t personally like it. I’m too used to the YA genre. 😀

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