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When Jamie Bradshaw’s husband up and leaves her, he leaves a void that can’t be filled. Sick and lonely, Jamie is doing the best she can to cope, but the ghost that resides in her home decides to come out to play with her.
Night after night, Jamie can’t go to sleep because of the ruckus the ghost is making in her home. Desperate for a solution, Jamie seeks help from a local church. What she discovers when the pastor performs an intervention leaves Jamie with bigger problems than she had before.
Can this pastor deliver what he promises, or can a long-suffering entity connect with Jamie in a way she’s never dreamed anyone could in this life or the next?
The Vampire Queen, Eleonore von Schwarzenberg, is bloodthirsty and vengeful on Cat Sanders and her friends. She plans the most painful death for them. Cat and her friends find themselves entrapped and helpless to avoid her wrath.
Will Cat and her friends be able to escape and survive the Queen of Vampires’ fury?
Cat Sanders has a simple task: spread Vlad V Draculesti’s ashes in Transylvania at midnight, during full moon. But it won’t be that simple. Vlad V, and Vlad the Impaler’s old vampire enemies abduct her and her Romanian friend, Dr. Tudor Lupu. While in captivity they discover the Vampire Queen’s proto-vampire and zombie army, which are held in hibernation to be used for mayhem and destruction whenever the queen so wishes.
She and Dr. Tudor might not be allowed to see the light of day again. Cat’s only hope for rescue is her vampire friend, Mundibuto, who is presently in Transylvania. Will they be able to escape from the blood sucking proto-vampires, and flesh-eating zombies, or become zombies themselves?
When Cat Sanders’ vampire great-great-grandfather, Vlad V Draculesti, bequeaths his fortune to her, she thinks the worst of her problems would be dealing with unscrupulous lawyers, greedy financiers and bankers, Wall Street shysters, corrupt politicians, devious conmen, and depraved socialites.
Instead, her nemesis, Veronica Seyler, allied with a vampire-slayer drug cult, demands extortion money or she would be killed. Unlike Vlad V, Cat is not a vampire and her life is in danger. Luckily, her vampire friend, Angelique, comes to her aid. But the cult is more cunning and dangerous than even her vampire friend could handle. Would Cat and Angelique the vampire be able to come out of this alive even if Cat pays the ransom?
While writing this book I placed most emphasis under writing a good story. The book is good at holding the reader engaged and at times it can be rather entertaining. It starts with an introduction to the story of Dracula, followed by the pre-story of Dracula and then the story of Dracula. Then we can begin with the actual plot line of the book.
It is a manuscript ready to be made into a movie after buying the rights from me. If you plan to make a movie and thereby buy the rights for it get in touch with me first. Since I have all the personas, drawings and pictures of all the things I have described in the book.
At the end of the book you should have two questions. First what happens next? Second why did he choose to end it off like that?
The book is written as a manuscript.
Peony has a lot to live up to. Daughter of the legendary heroes, Edmond and Daffodil, all they've ever wanted for her is a safe life. One as far away from dragons and monsters as possible. But, like a lot of children, that only draws her closer to danger.
When Peony is kidnapped, it seems like her chance at adventure has finally come. But is she ready for it?
You think you know all about monsters? You don't!
Say 'How d'you do' to an aging ogre; a willful monster who doesn't do what it's told; a ghost who came to tea and put 'swashbuckling' into mealtimes; tricky Kleptomania who can't stop disappearing things (will she take the school?); a dragon; a gorgon with a conscience; a wheeling-dealing zombie and a hydra that wished it didn't come for dinner. These are only some of the monsters you'll meet, but watch out, there are others... you know the sort - disgusting, rude or emitting dangerous screams. A few are captured in here... but most of them are out there... living around you. You may even know one or two.
These funny and pacey monster rhymes will make you splutter and guffaw. They'll have you checking behind you, or wondering what it was you saw out of the corner of your eye or pondering the fate of poor old Quantum Querulous.
*For Kids age 8 to 80
*Story rhymes for adults, if the kids'll let them read
*Monsters ancient and modern, myths and legends come to life
*Includes at least one riddle, limerick and sonnet
*Kids can have fun reading them out loud, in home or in class
*Adults enjoy reading to kids who lap it up (best not lap up the Yeti Spaghetti though, nor what they serve you in Munch-You-Witchstew!)
*Short reads with good rhythm and rhyme make for growing enjoyment of the English language
*What have you got to lose but a laugh (or in the case of Justin the Giant... don't get in the way of what he loses!)
*26 rhymes for 26 letters. Just because they are alphabetical doesn't mean they're only for children. Deeper messages are afoot.
"Chucklesome gore from start to finish"
You know, a lot of people are claiming to have spoken to gods (most of them institutionalized), but has anyone ever claimed that a Goddess head-butted them?
Yeah, hi, I'm Alex. If you can't tell, my life is weird.
Actually, it isn't just mine. There's this string of seemingly unrelated murders that's got people scratching their heads, some kind of illegal black magic tournament, and then there's Helen, my beautiful classmate, who's being targeted by some wizard-assassins.
All in all a lot to deal with for someone who's just found out about magic. Wish me luck.
You can see yourself going down a road when you come to a crossing. One road has a sign saying “True Story of Dracula (Hardcover)” the other has “True Story of Dracula (Kindle)”. You cannot make up your mind which one to take. The hardcover version is meant for the ones who really want the experience to go along. Whereas the Kindle edition is for the ones who really do not care about the attributes but value the text, how it has been written and whether it is a good story. The hardcover version has a lot more graphical images than does the Kindle. The graphical effects that are applied to the hardcover version make you want to continue. On the Kindle it has no aura.
Comments by reviewers:
Great book that is entertaining and it was sometimes hard to put it away. I would recommend it to everyone who is interested in history, Dracula or interested in reading a good book. Anrijs
I really love this little story…… Last night I read it and now I want to say to everyone that this is a great story. Thank you MARTIN. Virginia
Dracula certainly the most chilling terrifying book ever written; it's really the best horror story in my eyes. shirley
You may have seen every Dracula movie ever made, but you do not know the real Count Dracula until such time as you have read this book. Of course, unless you have been living under a rock, you will know the general plot line, but I assure you there is a wealth of rich material buried throughout the text that is sure to excite, intrigue, and surprise you. Michael Ryan
This book is a very good read and the author wants to make it feel like you are there experiencing it together with the characters. nene
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