Being a middle school librarian provides me with a great excuse to combine work and pleasure.
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Annie O’s last login was Wednesday, May 8, 2013.
"Madman in the Mirror" is a story about a man - Henry Johnson - who is raised by a psychopath and forced to watch - even as a baby - his father murder people on a regular basis. He is also abused and brainwashed, turning him into a sociopath. Henry stalks and murders people efficiently - he tells himself that he may be a killer, but he doesn't want people to suffer. He is haunted by hallucinations, including a specter in his mirror that talks to him.
“A.J. is a master at creating word images that remain with the reader long after the book is finished.” Richard S. Friedman
This MIGHT be a little like Dracula if written by J. K. Rowling. It’s a place where magic and vampires interweave for an exciting adventure.
New York City is under attack.
Dracula is suicidal in a world where evil vampires are in the early stages of taking over. The Master has lived too long and can’t find a reason to face another day. Nasty vampires are feeding on vulnerable mortals and causing chaos. Years ago he trained valiant sheriffs and expects them to defend the humans but they are being overrun. Piers Anthony, the author, is now a vampire. He spends his days attempting to get the Master to snap out of it and to defend the humans, without losing his head.
A 12-year-old girl is a rare hybrid, half human and half vampire; she was conceived the normal way, with her mother a mortal and her father a vampire. Jenny is slowly discovering that she may be a blood wizard. She’s already an accomplished vampire killer and can cast spells, but an underground figure has noticed the girl. Some believe that she might be the one of legend that tips the scale toward good.
Sheriff Alexander and his vampire German shepherd stand and fight for justice.
Will the red sheriffs be overrun? Will Michael finally get the courage to ask out the sheriff?
It’s a tale of magic, romance and fangs. Dracula: Hearts of Stone Book One of Three. February or March 2012.
Thanks Annie, I'll check it out. Willa was much more of a signer than Primrose, I don't know why. Less motivated I think.
I'm sorry that we won't see you too. I've started saving though. I should have ticket $ for a trip to the East coast next summer. What do you think?
I started a blog for my many projects. Take a look http://puddlefoots-craftymonkey.blogspot.com/
I'm glad that you got to do some gardening. I usually do the veggie garden but this year Kevin's having to pick up my slack.
I missed you in library. I had a major headache today and I had to do a Thanksgiving word search. Aaron was out too so, classes were dull. I wished that we could have worked on our projects. I just finished reading "Life as we Knew it". They really didn't have an ending so I don't know if she ended up diying or not. Missed you. :)