Flowers of Transylvania, a prelude to Wallachia, is included in the app but is also available separately for Kindle and Apple Books. 1741, Transylvania. Corina finds herself a prisoner of Count Dracula. The good news: Dominic, her first love, is a guard in the castle. But can she trust him?
Chapter 1 of Wallachia: A Penny Dreadful by David Ely. The previous six episodes have comprised the prelude, Flowers of Transylvania. Now we jump forward to 1816 and move south to Wallachia.
Marley returns home after several years away and attends her sister’s first Communion. Afterwards, they eat, dance, take in a puppet show, and a strange visitor arrives.
I don’t know how well it works digitally, but The Terrifics 25 is a very fun issue. It lets you make decisions that are legally distinct from a Choose Your Own Adventure book by turning to different pages based on decisions you think the characters should make.
Batman & Dracula: Red Rain is a fun “Elseworlds” Story by Doug Moench. Here’s a collection that includes its that includes its follow-ups Bloodstorm & Crimson Mist.
Turnu Roșu Pass along the Olt River near the southern Transylvania-northern Wallachia border. 1831 watercolor by Miklós Barabás.
This marks the end of the Flowers of Transylvania novella. Next time we’ll jump forward 75 years and start Wallachia. We’ll meet a whole new cast of characters, but there will be some famliar faces, settings, and themes that carry over from the prelude.
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My brain woke me up at 4:00 or so this morning because it had finally figured out the line of dialogue chapter 10 has been missing. It’s not even something particularly great, just that little bit that let the words start flowing. 😌
John Williams wrote the score for 1979’s Dracula starring Frank Langella.