An Endless Hunger Giveaway!


Congratulations to the Giveaway Winners!

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To celebrate the launch of An Endless Hunger we are giving away three prize bundles consisting of:

  • Signed First Edition paperback copy of An Endless Hunger by Narcisse Navarre

  • Signed First Edition paperback copy of The Olive Grove by Narcisse Navarre

  • Domenico Scarlatti’s Sonatas for Viola d’ Amore and Harpsichord CD (Read to find out the significance!)

  • 4×6 Postcards

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New York City’s oldest resident hasn’t aged a day. Beneath his youthful facade lurks an ancient menace. Experience the nightmare of eternal damnation through the depraved psyche of a nameless villain. Lose yourself in this antihero’s shattered mind as he drifts between past and present, dreams and reality. In the tradition of Gothic vampire horror, An Endless Hunger is a poetic and harrowing journey told in a daringly provocative voice—that of the monster.


Fans of Anne Rice and other similar brooding vampires will most certainly enjoy the tour de force through the unsettled mind of this undead creature.”  –Rick Gualtieri, Author of Bigfoot Hunters +READ MORE

“If you are looking for a vampire that belongs to the monsters of legend–a loner who hunts by instinct, born with an insatiable blood thirst, An Endless Hunger is what you are looking for.” –The Juice Juls +READ MORE

“Narcisse’s work is a wonderfully dark noir weave of poetic metaphor. It is a first person vignette exploring the dark recesses of one of the genre’s classic creatures, the vampire.” –Martin Shelby +READ MORE

  • Eden Connor

    I’m going to say ‘Edward Cullen,’ but only because I can practically see you flinching from here :p

    Good luck with this release, Narcisse! The blurb sounds wonderful, so I’ll probably regret I more or less disqualified myself by going with EC, huh? (chuckle)

    • Edward Cullen!!??? Hahahah …way to start off this discussion Eden! I think An Endless Hunger is the glittering vampire KILLER! xo

  • Edward Cullen!!??? Hahahah …way to start off this discussion Eden! I think An Endless Hunger is the glittering vampire KILLER! xo

  • My favorite vampire is Vlad Dracul from Brahm Stoker’s Dracula. It has always been a very realistic story to me.

    • Thank you for stopping by Laura, make sure to sign up to the blog to qualify for the giveaway! Bram Stoker’s Dracula is one of my all time favorite vampires though my fascination began with Coleridge’s poem Christabel.

  • It should be apparent where my heart lies when it comes to monsters! However, when discussing vampires, it is Nosferatu that always dominates my imagination. But there is a literary vampire tale that gave me nightmares when I was read it – ‘Salem’s Lot’ by Stephen King. Kurt Barlow scared me silly.

    Narcisse knows this, the vampire of An Endless Hunger is the one I loathe the most. I absolutely hate the bastard. Which of course is a testament to the character (and Narcisse) since I was unable to put the story down. I kept on reading regardless of how much I despised him.

    Certainly I am biased, but that aside, Narcisse has indeed created a monstrous vampire for the ages in An Endless Hunger.

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  • Liz Adams

    I always loved Frank Langella as Dracula, but my favorite vampire film (if we can include films) has to be Keiffer Sutherland’s The Lost Boys! (Older brother flying outside younger brother’s window: “I promise! I won’t hurt you!” “Then what are you?! The flying nun?!”) LOL!

    • The Lost Boys ranks high in my vampire collection. I recall having such a gigantic crush on Jason Patric! No doubt Keiffer is an awesome villain. Nice choice!

  • Zully Bartley

    My Favorite vampire was hard to choose from but have to go with Bill Compton …True Blood series, reason being it showed how erotic and sensual a vampire could be…

    • I read the books but prefer the TV series. Stephen Moyer certainly fits the bill! Sexy!

  • My favorite is Armand of Anne Rice fame. I named my son after him… what more can I say. Almost time for his trip to the brothel, he’ll be 16 soon! Time flies like the wind, fruit flies like a banana. Hope I win!!!

    • Armand is a beautiful name! Out of all of Anne Rice’s creatures I think Armand and Claudia were the most intriguing. I always felt very sorry for them partly because they were children. By the time I got my hands on Blood & Gold I was a bit burnt with what Anne Rice had done with her immortal children but I still read on. I was fascinated by Venice as a setting and of course, young Armand’s adventures with Marius. Make sure to also subscribe to the blog for a chance to win! Good luck and thank you for stopping by!

  • Katherine Tildes

    my all time favorite vampire….oh that’s definitely Lestat from Anne Rice’s books. 🙂

    • If you like Lestat I think you will enjoy An Endless Hunger. You will see some of that lack of empathy in the antihero of my story. Thank you for stopping by and liking our Facebook page.

  • RoxyIsle

    I love Joshua York from George R.R. Martin’s Fevre Dream. His desire for peace and beauty of the spiritual and physical realm has been done in so many vampire stories..but I would have loved to traveled on the river boat Fevre Dream and experience the luxury!

    • Nice! Alas this is one vampire book I’ve been meaning to read a long time. Thanks for stopping by Roxy!

  • Elena Kokonova

    My favorite vampire is the original vampire – Dracula. He has a hint of darkness as well as a sense of dark humor. He was simple yet real cool powers over the weather and what he turns into and that I really liked. he is simply a great villain.

    • Thank you for stopping by! Dracula is a classic right up there with Carmilla and Varney the Vampire. I have read it five times and will probably read it again!

  • I hope I do not sound arrogant but I wrote this great story called The Darkon Prophecy that was published in the Dark Light Anthology. I am turning it into a trilogy. I fell in love with my character Wilhelm. In this world vampires are usually born not made. He thinks he is human but transforms on his wedding night into a vampire. He fights it but learns he has to embrace who he is so he can save his people from a soul sucking shape shifter race. The image I have in my head of him is WAY hot! The character is being inspired by one of the hottest rock starts out there, the one and only William Control. The song I’m only human sometimes , has been really inspiring for writing this.

    • Thanks for stopping by! I shall have to check out your book. My familiarity with the word Darkon comes from years of playing D&D. Darkon is a domain in the northern part of the Core, in Ravenloft. Ravenloft, as you may know, is the Victorian Gothic arm of Dungeons & Dragons where Strahd the vampire dwells…another one of my favorite night creatures.

  • Despoina

    Dracula! Mystery, humor, and why not charm? Congrats on your book! I’m happy for you! xx

    • Thank you! Glad you stopped by 🙂 Dracula is as good as it gets!

  • It is really tough to pick just one Vampire as there has been so many greats through literary times. If I am to choose just one though, it would have to be Lord Ruthvan from John William Polidori’s “The Vampyre”. The character is charming, alluring and oh so sexual. How could you ever deny this Vamp what he really desires~

  • Lizzy Lessard

    My favorite vampire is Marius from Anne Rice’s series. He was the loyal protector of the Queen of the Vampires and I adored how devoted he was to her and I was in complete awe of him earlier in the series as Armand described his ‘Master’.

    • Thank you for stopping by! Marius and Armand are my favorite vamps from Anne Rice’s series. They were more complex and more tragic than some of the other players.

  • Vishous is my favorite vampire from the black dagger brotherhood by J.R Ward !

    He is so dark, sexy… mmm *I have impure thoughts with him* Lol.

    • Juls! Thank you for stopping by. If he causes “impure thouths” this is definitely one series I must read. Thank you again for taking the time to read An Endless Hunger and for the excellent review! ♥

      • Caleb Mckenna is another vampire that worths to read, which is from Vanir series, written by the spanish writer Lena Valenti. The first chapter of the collection, which is “El libro de Jade”, starts strongly in the middle of a rape which is described in a great detail, although it will then become really sexual, pasional and funny story .

        • Me intrigaste con estos dos libros. Ya compre el primero. El Libro de Jade lo busque y no lo e visto en formato digital. Ordene una copia usada. Gracias por el tip. !Tengo que leer mas en Español!

  • Sarah

    The Whole Black Dagger Brotherhood…mmmm!! Delish!!

  • I’m a little old school I guess, but Barlow from Salem’s Lot. LOL. And I’m now interested in checking out the Black Dagger Brotherhood from the comments below. 😉

    • Salem’s Lot and Eyes of the Dragon are my favorite King books. Thanks for stopping by.

  • Ken MIller

    Without a doubt my favorite Vampire is Alucard. Nothing more needs to be said

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