October 25, 2013

Top Ten with Ashlynne Laynne/ Q. Lane’s

Hi everyone! Today we have Author Ashlynne Laynne/ Q. Lane’s with us with her top ten scary movies and info on her latest released book.

BLOOD PROMISE (The Progeny Series #3) 

“Their love is fated by an ancient prophecy. Now the promise is fulfilled.”

Ascher Rousseau is a half-human, half vampire whose life has been a series of prophecies and predictions. After finding incredible love and passion with Shauna—a Wiccan with powers beyond anything he’s ever known—he seals to her and hopes for happiness. But his enemies seek to destroy all that he loves, and he finds that happiness never lasts for long.

Darkness is descending and a vampiric revolution is nearing. A new brood of hatchlings is born to join their darkling brothers, in preparation for war. A preordained chain of events is set into motion that could lead to the rise of the demonic “cloaked one” and his half-human fallen children, while ending humanity—as we know it.

Can a supernatural love and the loyal bond of a family save the Rousseaus and the world from certain extinction?

The Progeny Series is available for purchase at Amazon US Amazon UK BN Smashwords i books Kobo

I’m an avid horror movie fan, have been since I was very young. There’s nothing I love more than a good heart-pounding scare. I tend to love vamp and witch media. To those who’ve read my work, this should come as no surprise. Below are my top ten favorite horror movies of all times. 

Ashlynne Laynne/ Q. Lane’s Top 10 Scary Movies 

10. Queen of the Damned (2002) (based on the novel by Anne Rice)
Aaliyah, Stuart Townsend

9. The Craft (1996)
Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell

8. Dumplings (2004)
Bai Ling, Pauline Lau, Tony Leung KA Fai

7. The Covenant (2006)
Toby Hemingway, Sebastian Stan

6. Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) (based on novels by Anne Rice)
Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise

5. Insidious (2010)
Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne

4. The Lost Boys (1987)
Corey Haim, Kiefer Sutherland

3. Halloween (2007)
Scout Taylor-Compton, Malcolm McDowell

2. The Shining (1980)
Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, Danny Lloyd (based on the novel by Stephen King)

1. Sinister (2012)
Ethan Hawke 

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  1. I like your top 10. The Shining, original is my all time fav.


  2. Thanks for having me today. :)