Vampire's Kiss

  • Title: Vampire's Kiss
  • Author: William Hill
  • ISBN: 9781558178861
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • [PDF] Read ë Vampire's Kiss : by William Hill - Vampire's Kiss, Vampire s Kiss A master at scaring people reclusive horror author David Matthewson meets his match in Monique a vampire with a deadly thirst for blood who is also David s number one fan Original
    [PDF] Read ë Vampire's Kiss : by William Hill - Vampire's Kiss, Vampire s Kiss A master at scaring people reclusive horror author David Matthewson meets his match in Monique a vampire with a deadly thirst for blood who is also David s number one fan Original

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    Vampire's Kiss

    About William Hill


    1. William Hill is a native of Indianapolis, Indiana, and first learned to read through comic books and adventure and science fiction novels.Since realizing that the corporate world stifled creative thought and discouraged personal imagination, Bill has been employed as an alchemist in South Lake Tahoe and an EMT Ski Patroller at a North Lake Tahoe resort.Although his first writing love is magic oriented fantasy, Hill s first and second novels Dawn of the Vampire and Vampire s Kiss were supernatural thrillers published by Pinnacle The Magic Bicycle and California Ghosting were published by Otter Creek Press.Bill and his lovely wife, Kat, and their new son, Brin, currently reside in Lake Tahoe, Nevada Bill intends to write imaginative fiction and fantasy until dirt is shoveled upon his coffin.


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    1. You know how with some authors you establish a rapport Their writing style matches your reading rhythm Well, this certainly was not one of those experiences The first 2 3 of this novel were excruciating for me to trudge through I m not saying the story is subpar or the writing is bad neither of those is the case I just didn t click with the style or my rhythm wasn t supported in the sentences Things finally picked up, and the big confrontation was a winner except for the ending, which I hated wi [...]

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