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About a year ago, I put out a little story called A Vampire's Guide to Sex. It was my little poke at genre writing. I had my fill of those books/movies whose title references the setting sun. When I learned that the pop phenomena had glittering vampires, I could feel the heat of Bram Stoker spinning in his grave half way around the world.
I had one question, that I'm sure many others had...How does a vampire, with no blood flowing through his veins, function in the baby-making department?
Vampires are sexy. They can be arousing and tempting. Who has not thought, at least once, that it might be fun to be one?
That is the basis of my Vampire's Guide. It is not so much an actual instruction book, but gives us a glimpse at the difficulties of adjusting to an alternativelifestyle.
I thought that it was a single story in me that needed to escape. Here I am, almost a year later holding a new story engorged with fangs and titilation. A Vampire's Guide to Sex: The Next Lesson introduces some new characters (if you read the first story, you'd know why). This story addresses the problems faced by teenage girls that have been misled by current trends in vamp fiction. What happens when a confused 18 year-old grows up in search of her one true love, a vampire?
She will learn that it's not all glitz and giggles.
The Next Lesson will be available quite soon.
Why not start at the beginning for a mere $0.99 by clicking here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005V0JCV2
Or, one better, for anybody that "likes" my new author page (http://www.facebook.com/samcanwrite) between now and release date of The Next Lesson, I will send the first story to you with my compliments.