Wednesday, January 7, 2015


This is an overview of what my "Immortal Relations" series is about:

Are those who are "different" than you automatically bad? Certainly the vast majority of books published about vampires paint them as "in league with the Devil" and "evil personified." Often they are shown like "shape-shifters," able to take on the appearance of beauty, while underneath lurks a hideous killer of unspeakable ugliness. "Immortal Relations" starts with a true-life event that occurred to the author's parents. It was finding out about this situation that spurred the author to write the series. The first book explores love and aspects of its physical expression (sex) so it's appropriate for open-minded adults. Read Richard Rasmussen's comment about the first book, :

Being a bit of a vampire-phile, I find myself constantly searching for the next vampire series to reach out and grab, or, more appropriately, bite me. I believe I have found my holy grail of vampire novels. You see, the Vlad books are typically a bit gory for my tastes, while the Twilight series is campy, sophomoric, and I feel, is most appealing to teenage girls. Mr. Ogan has delivered a tale at breakneck speed, one that jumps out of the starting gate and never loses steam. A tale filled with life lessons, love, sex, action and adventure. Complete with new insights into the powers of the immortal vamps, and fresh takes on the complex inner workings of their existence. From page 1 until the very end, Immortal Relations promises to have you on the edge of your seat and begging for more...
 This comment is about my second book in the series, “Immortal Relations, Love and War” as found on this BlogSpot by Nancy Bell:
Immortal Relations is NOT just another vampire story! An unusual blend of vampire fantasy, world politics, and political statement in defense of human civil freedoms, this book is a quick read that takes you through the story as a voyeur of one man's extraordinary imagination. You will not predict the outcome of this story, nor do you want to, as you sit back and let the story unfold insights into human nature, vampire nature, and the unusual relationship between the two. Looking forward to reading book three as the crescendo of poetic license plays itself out on a global scale. Thanks to Guy Ogan for an enjoyable read!
The third in the series, "Immortal Relations Coming Out" has yet to receive a reader's comment, so here is an excerpt from the back cover:
This third in the series by G.D. Ogan continues to rock the foundation upon which typical vampire novels are based. Such stories, where vampires safeguard humans are rare indeed. These vampires do their utmost to save humans and animals from not only evil vampires but evil humans. Ogan's insights into the powers of the immortal vampires, along with fresh  takes on the complex inner workings of their existence provide an intriguing experience for readers. In this story a novice shape-shifter wolf meets a beautiful hybrid vampire. Good vampires set up a new coven in Southern Canada to monitor a regime intent on changing America into a dictatorship, but unforeseen dangers lurk on the other side of
the boarder. 
I would greatly appreciate it if readers will leave a comment on the Amazon site for any or all of the three books of the series currently in print.



  1. hi, hny to u, was wondering do u have a newsletter to join

    1. Hi Karen, Unfortunately I don't have a newsletter although I'd absolutely love it if someone would either take over making one and told me what they needed to make it work! I'm up to my ears in "projects" and other than putting my books on special sale when eligible to do so (the ones in the UK were on .99 [pound] sale until the 14th). I'm not 100% sure exactly what a newsletter would do, but I'm game to try with some help! R U ^ 4 it? (-: