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Midnight: Rise of the Black Vampires follows 15 year old Amber as she enters puberty. A vampiric puberty marked by reoccurring nightmares. This novel introduces readers to a new breed of vampire female.
Black characters are always needed, not just as comic relief or to provide diversity. Black characters are to be revered, celebrated and revolutionary. American Literature as well as entertainment hubs should present them as such.
In Midnight: ROTBV the color of Amber’s skin is significantly deeper than humanities labeling of it. Oppression, marginalization, different sociological and political perspectives are what make a thing authentic.
In addition to dealing with women's issues, multicultural characters and urban concerns; each chapter of Midnight has at least one graphic novel page, drawn in unique darkness.
Midnight is not bound to the race narrative; it is bound to the narrative of injustice, which includes the race narrative. This novel does address social ill and still it manages to empower and inspire. The world is reflected in Midnight, this novel is literally a white supremacy barometer.
Amber Wharton may be a vampire, but she is still scared, she is still unsure and she still wants to be loved. Midnight: Rise of the Black Vampires is about a lot more than being a vampire.
MG Hardie is a two time literary award winner, for EveryDay Life and Ain't Just The Size. These titles are thought provoking ground breaking exploration into the lives and minds of Americans.
Midnight: Rise of the Black Vampire
ISBN: 978-0-9968296-0-1 (Color Edition)
ISBN: 978-0-9968296-2-5 (Standard Edition)
ISBN: 978-0-9968296-1-8 (eBook)