Several years ago I was asked by a fan when I planned to write a vampire novel set in my hometown. Not one to disappoint, I set about the task, and began to write a story from my vampire hunters’ series. As yet untitled and still unfinished, here is an excerpt from the novel. I think this might be the year for me to return to my task.
“Dr Worthington,” the man said politely as he stood before her.
She looked up at him without smiling. He wore blue jeans and a red checked shirt. His blue eyes sparkled with power, and his short blond hair was carefully styled. She knew immediately that he was much older than the mid-twenties age range that he embodied.
“Yes,” she said, “Who are you?”
“My name is Kian,” the vampire replied, “Mr Vance is expecting you. Please, follow me.”
He turned and walked back the way he came. Jennifer looked around the room, but everyone seemed preoccupied, perhaps a little too studiously. Narrowing her eyes, she stood up and followed the vampire, her fingers flexing at her sides as she resisted drawing her guns too soon. The humans were most likely enchanted not to notice the vampires. It would cause chaos if Jennifer suddenly began wielding a gun and fighting with a powerful undead creature right in front of them. She found herself walking into a long corridor at the back of the building, and she noted the exit leading out onto the car park. Kian led her up a wide flight of stairs and stopped outside a brown painted door on the landing above the pub. This was it. He knocked once and then opened the door carefully. Jennifer had to follow. Drawing her guns, she squared her shoulders, let out a breath, and stepped into the room, keeping her back to the wall and the exit in sight.
Books in the Series
While this is a work in progress, you can peruse my published vampire hunter novels to whet your appetite. Click here for details.
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