Stephen Brown is a human who works within an organization that tries to help peaceful vampires remain hidden in return for a few supernatural actions that can be used to help people, but can only be performed by vampires. One night as he and the ‘good’ vampires are attempting to stop a ‘bad’ vampire he undergoes a magic ceremony that is meant to leave him with the strongest anti-vampire powers.
At the same time another human, Marshal Bretter comes face-to-face with the bad-guy vampire and ends up in a supernatural fight when he believes he can defend his girlfriend. Complications caused by what Stephen is attempting make him a bit late to save Marshall so he decides that he needs to help/protect the new vampire somehow.
Stephen’s friend Phyllis Wicket, who is also a big vampire-loving human, gets involved with the situation. She quickly decides that she will be able to take the type of action needed to avenge Marshall. Noble as that might sound, she is just a teenage girl who has all her life lived in the midst of ‘friendly’ vampires, so her perception of danger might be a bit off.
Targeted Age Group:: adult
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
With the subject matter such an obvious fantasy, I was able to write without making much effort at revising the facts of my story into what I see as possible.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write what you enjoy to think about. Have fun.
Sarah was born in Houston in 1982; grew up in Texas and Louisiana. After a car wreck on I-45 she never finished college. Now she lives on a donkey ranch in central Texas where she writes most days on a laptop upon a small desk.
A strange poem that I wrote about vampires after watching Forgetting Sarah Marshal.