Nobody expects to get turned into a vampire, especially a guy like Bob.
Everybody hopes that if they somehow get transformed into a vampire, they will instantly become some kind of superhero vampire out of the movies. Bad news guys: not gonna happen. More likely than not, you're gonna be one of the poor clueless bastards hanging out on Thursday nights with Bob in his vampire support group.
You may think you know what being a vampire is supposed to be like, but Bob is here to set you straight. He's made it his personal mission to get answers about the reality of being a vampire. He's been shot, stabbed, thrown off rooftops, survived bad coffee and endured crippling boredom - all in the name of answering the eternal question of what it means to be a vampire.
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A LITTLE CONFUSING HISTORY:
This book started off on NaNoWrimo and was finished on Wattpad, under the title SO YOU MIGHT BE A VAMPIRE. When I got an editor on board and decided to rewrite the book, we ended up with two novels instead of one. That's how SO I MIGHT BE A VAMPIRE was born. The funny thing is, that I had actually gone on to write a second book called SO YOU USED TO BE HUMAN. That book is now officially going to be book 3 in the series since I now have to complete writing the real book 2, now titled: SO I'M A VAMPIRE... NOW WHAT? In the meantime, book 3 is sitting there, completed and waiting for me to catch up and edit.
So what we have here is a series of novels following Bob's ridiculous adventures as he survives being a vampire.
- Book 1: So I Might Be a Vampire (published Feb 2018)
- Book 2: So I'm A Vampire... Now What? (due to be published in 2019)
- Book 3: So You Used To Be a Vampire (coming in 2020)
Over the next six months, I'll be working on the first draft and edit of the second book, SO I'M A VAMPIRE... NOW WHAT? My editor Nikki Barran will be working alongside me to point out any errors and make tweak.. you know, the things that editors do (expect epic fights) with an aim to having a polished manuscript ready by November of 2018. The story is all laid out, plotted meticulously, and this is entirely doable.
Here's the tricky part: I also need to be doing promotion for the first book (and the series) and making public appearances while this is going on. I'd like to be able to hire and work with a publicist on this so that I can actually get writing done. Publicists take away the need to become a full-time marketing machine.