I've been thinking for some time of what it would be like if Count Dracula ever visited America. (The Claes Bang Dracula, of course. Or, the Dracula BBC One created.) So I decided to type up a story about it.
After watching Hotel Transylvania, I thought of writing a non serious vampire story and this is what I came up with.
One Wolf. One Cat. One Rogue.
One chance, one world.
The town of Fallencorn is a quiet place to live.
That is until the vampires come.
Jessica Hope, a sixteen year old teenager, arrives there in the summer of 1971. But, as she does so, she finds herself being scared of the Undead.
The full length horror novel of Fallencorn by Robert Helliger.
"Beautiful," he whispered and I held my breath in, begging him silently to release me. He softly caressed my cheek with his hand. "And all mine." ~The Silver Fang Pack harbors a secret that hasn't been seen for over a century now. A secret that, if revealed, can not only affect the Supernatural world, but the human world too. A secret that, if loved by the right people, can bring eternal happiness and joy. And a secret that, if abused by the wrong hands, can bring eternal chaos and destruction.
Unfortunately for Ariel Weston, that very secret is her.
Dark/ Werewolf Story
New York, 1884
A year has passed, and Lady Margot is still a vampire.
When she is serving Lord Nathaniel, other people are being attacked in the city that never sleeps, as all out war arrives to destroy the city.
The sequel to "The Pale Girl".
Tom Payton is still living in the town of Archer.
When darkness falls, he has to make sure that the vampires are gone.
At all costs.
The sequel to The Cemetery.
Young Miron is a poor worker at a metal factory in Ukraine, doing late-night shifts and lives with his mother.
One night everything is turned upside-down with a vivid nightmare, followed by grave news of his grandfather has passed away.
He learns the family holds a dark secret that is not be taken lightly and is rather impossible. Blood-bending and vampire-hunting.
Very soon vampires will be at his heels for his ability, what will Miron do? Stand and fight, even when the new-found power will take a toll on his sanity or run for his life?
This is actually an entry for the futuristic contest I plan on participating in. However, I couldn't finish on time so I decided to post on my page. Hope you find it worth your while.
Synopsis: How I got here?
It's a mystery I can't figure. All I knew was I woke up and found myself in a nightmare. The future I still haven't believe.
This one is for my daughter. She talked me into it (again) and it is her favorite genre of books. So, Bet, this one is for you.
The true-bloods, the masters, they came first. That was hammered into Heath's head since he could walk with both words and fists by Karen. As a guardian and half-blood bastard of his vampire father, he would never know peace. His duty as a dhampir, his duty was clear, his fate sealed. Heath was to serve Gerald, an aging Vampire Lord, one who was of pure blood, born to the race, until Heath outlived his prime and then he would pass on the knowledge that was passed to him onto a new bastard to carry protecting the bloodline.
But was it necessarily his fate? Could a sterile half breed such as himself, someone who did not exist in the human world, live anywhere in the world on the light? After a particularly nasty encounter with his Mentor, Heath is on the run. Set on not becoming the new guardian and knowing that decision has now marked him for death. The hunt is on and somewhere behind him is Joshua, the heir of his Master, and the thing that plagues his nightmare, his Mentor Karen.