Los Angeles, CA, September 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- This week marked the launch of multi-genre author Otin Coing's "Vlady Series", books targeted at children of all ages. The series is currently comprised of "Vlady the Vampire" (ISBN: 978-3-7309-4849-1), "Vlady Gets Sick" (ISBN: 978-3-7309-4850-7), and "Maria the Mummy" (ISBN: 978-3-7309-4851-4).
According to the author, the children's books are intended to "amuse and entertain, while providing positive and motivational messages". Indeed, in a year when bullying has made national headlines, the theme of self-acceptance in the face of ridicule makes "Vlady the Vampire" refreshingly relevant. The other books in the series embrace topics ranging from learning to read and write to finding the courage to withstand unpleasant medical procedures. Beneath a cloak of primitive illustrations and dark humor, all books provide surprisingly bright words of encouragement through the challenges the main characters are able to overcome.
The Vlady Series children's are available in e-book format for $0.99 via www.Amazon.com, www.Kobobooks.com, and www.BookRix.com. To promote the series in time for Halloween, a publicity campaign has been launched that includes a book trailer for "Vlady the Vampire". Promotional videos may be accessed via the author's websites:
Otin Coing is a multi-genre author, who has won first place in two BookRix writing contests under different pen names. He is currently working several writing projects, including another children's book.