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Vampire Stories and Poems

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Collection of six vampire tales and poems to get your blood boiling. Each story sells separately for $2.99 each. Now you can get Glenn's entire collection of Halloween classics for a fraction of that cost! This also includes a free bonus title, "A Valentine Gift". I hope you enjoy these vampire stories and welcome your feedback. What sort of vampire story would you like me to write next? Send me an email and I'll see if I can write that one next. Here are the stories you'll read about in this book ... Halloween Ball at Dracula’s Castle It's Halloween night and the Count is throwing a party for his undead friends. Guess who the main course is! Join Jill and Vickie, two college cheerleaders, as they accept Dracula's special invitation to the Ball. See if two cheerleaders fight back against the evil forces surrounding them this Halloween night? Vampire Who Lives Next Door A new neighbor moves into the apartment next door about the same time a woman is murdered nearby. Her body is drained of blood and there are puncture wounds on her neck. The new neighbor is identified as the killer, but manages to get out of jail. He's knocking on Karen's door. He wants to be friends. He swears he's not the killer. Can she save herself? Or does she become his next meal? Babysitting a Vampire It's late at night and your strange pale next door neighbor needs someone to watch little Johnny. What happens during a thunderstorm when little Johnny is hungry and you're fresh out of food? For someone so young, little Johnny seems to have incredible strength. See what happens when Karen discovers Little Johnny’s secret. The Vamp And The Tramp Count Dracula orders take-out, Italian! When the porn star arrives, he wines and dines her and tries to convince her of the existence of vampires. She's a non-believer right to the end. The Black Widow It's Halloween night and a werewolf is loose in downtown Chicago. Can the police stop this creature before the body count stacks up? The Valentine Gift He wanted to get his new bride a special Valentine's gift. Vampire Poetry A collection of seven vampire themed poems perfect for any occasion. And please don't forget, many of these titles are also available as audiobooks and sold separately. Keep a light on!

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Vampire Stories and Poems by Glenn Stevens is a compilation of the author's previously published work, bringing together a collection of six original short stories and seven original poems. Each individual tale is a stand-alone that contributes to the underlying theme of the undead, with the anthology kicking off by introducing none other than the Carpathian King himself, Count Dracula, along with his Countess, Lilith, in Halloween Ball at Dracula's Castle. It is followed by Babysitting a Vampire, Living Next Door to a Vampire, The Vamp and the Tramp, The Black Widow, and the newly released bonus story, The Valentine Gift. The seven lyrical poems, written in freestyle verses, round out the themed collection.

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Glenn grew up in Chicago glued to the TV watching Dark Shadows every afternoon. In that highly rated series, it was Barnabas Collins who first ignited Glenn's passion for blood and vampire stories. The more romantic and erotic vampire stories like Dracula and the many films by Hammer set that passion ablaze.

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