A Horse Is A Horse

A horse is a horse, of course, of course;
That is, of course, unless the horse is the Blue Mustang at Denver International Airport. 😈

Here’s an “out-take” from my front cover photo session this morning:


  1. What other airport in the world has a sculpture worthy of being on the front cover of a vampire novel? All I have to say is this: You guys are gonna love Chapter Thirteen. I eagerly await the sound of thousands of hands slapping their foreheads in simultaneous astonishment.

    Remember: My novel is a work of fiction. Vampires don’t exist. You can go about your business. Move along, move along… 😈

  2. Now that I know where you got the cover art for Vampire Syndrome, I am even more impressed with your originality. Not to mention, this horse is one of the scariest things I have ever seen. No horse should ever be that big. For the record, I never wanted a pony.

    • In my novel, a blue horse with red eyes is the logo of the Vampires’ governing body, the Council Of Thirteen. Chapter 8, when Jack Wendell is in the Presidential mansion, he sees a stained glass window featuring the horse logo, and comments that it looks just like the scary horse statue at the airport. President Lilith Morrigan replies “That’s our horse statue at D.I.A.”

      Sculptor Luis Jiménez was killed on June 13, 2006 when a section of the Blue Mustang statue fell on him.

      Could it be that he was going to spill the beans about the truth of the statue, and the Vampires silenced him? 😈

  3. A blue horse with RED eyes. LOVE it! Never noticed that? Where is it?

    • The Blue Mustang statue is at Denver International Airport, on Peña Boulevard, between the eastbound and westbound lanes.

      • Thanks–will have to check on next trip there….

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