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Vampire Fiction Where You Go Trick-Or-Treating With Zombies & Werewolves!

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It’s not dark.  Or serious.  Or romantic.  It’s not even sad.  BUT…

“I Walked With A Zombie” hits you upside the head the kind of ridiculous action you never see in vampire fiction!  The tired old romances and angst-heavy moral conundrums are chucked out the window…

“I Walked With A Zombie” gives you the gift of a completely modern, utterly hilarious spin on vampire fiction – you’ve never seen anything like this before, and it’s gonna make you laugh yourself stupid!

Three vampires and a young werewolf are on their way to a Halloween party when one of the gang – the lovably loony Stacey – spots a zombie wandering around a suburban L.A. neighborhood… with a pink ball-gag in its mouth.

Now, being that it’s Halloween – how could you NOT want to check that out?

Stacey flings himself out of the moving car in hot pursuit, accompanied by Lupi the werewolf.  Stacey and his super-strong girlfriend Brandi have essentially adopted the young she-wolf – meaning Stacey’s basically Lupi’s stepdad – so Lupi feels the need to go along as Stacey’s backup.

Probably not the best move.  Wherever Stacey goes, trouble – along with screaming and cursing – usually follows.

Not your usual slice of vampire fiction is it?  Traditional vampire fiction is plenty entertaining, but so much of it has been done so many times it’s like watching reruns…

You don’t need yet ANOTHER story of a moody forever-teen swooning over unhappy underage girls – or sad princes moaning over having to drink blood to live… it’s time to treat yourself to something inventive, innovative, and FUN!

The other two vampires are left in a sticky situation by the departure of Stacey and Lupi.  Brandi – who’s waiting for them at the party – gave EXPLICIT instructions to keep Lupi out of trouble.  Lupi running around with Stacey – and a zombie – on Halloween in the suburbs likely isn’t the greatest idea.

Tommy and Dorian nervously head out after their missing friends, hoping to keep their asses out of trouble.  They find the trio after some frustrating misadventures – including Tommy getting pulled over by the cops and a pair of rotten little brats laughing at Stacey’s “vampire” costume – and Tommy gets an intriguing look at the zombie.

A professor of the paranormal at L.A.’s Miskatonic University, Tommy decides it’d be irresponsible not to find out how the zombie got raised from the dead in the first place.  He’s got a mystery on his hands and has to figure out what’s going on!  And besides…

What kind of jerk leaves a hungry zombie stumbling around a suburban neighborhood – unsupervised – on Halloween?

It’ll be a miracle if Tommy doesn’t kill anybody when he discovers the pair of teenaged dimwits who raised the zombie with stuff they learned from the internet.  An “old-school” kind of guy who believes in the power of thorough, responsible research, Tommy hates the internet…

On the other end of the “responsible” spectrum, Stacey’s decided that taking his new pet zombie – named “Hugo” – trick-or-treating is a grand idea.  He’s got the big fat zombie on a leash and the tough young she-wolf alongside him…

What could possibly go wrong?


It’s vampire fiction without the unhappiness or overdone drama – because there’s so much more to being a vampire than BEING A VAMPIRE!

If you were a vampire – would you sit around your house all day and night feeling sorry for yourself… or would you go out, have a good time, and see what you could get away with?  Immortality rocks, so why not live it up?!

“I Walked With A Zombie” is just one of over 30 original and off-the-wall pieces of vampire fiction – including novels and short story collections – you’ll ONLY find at the Hollywood Vampires website…

The Hollywood Vampires tales aren’t for close-minded, mainstream readers – they’re for open-minded, adventurous readers who need a taste of action, rock ‘n roll, and all-out absurdity with their vampire fiction.

If you’re hungry for cookie-cutter romances and moral musings, “I Walked With A Zombie” likely isn’t your cup of tea.  Or blood, as it were.

But if you’re in need of vampire fiction that’ll have you laughing so hard you’ll have to stop reading just to catch your breathComputer Technology Articles, have I got something for you!

Follow the link below to be thrilling to “I Walked With A Zombie” in just four minutes from now…

The Official Hollywood Vampires Website

Come experience for yourself how much fun vampire fiction is when the tired old standards are flung out the window!

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Matt R. Jones has been writing and marketing his own unique brand of vampire fiction on the internet for just over 13 years, and while he's not mainstream enough for major publishers, he's built up a loyal legion of readers from around the world -- hailing from Australia to Canada and all points in between!

Discover the best-kept secret in vampire fiction for yourself at the Official Hollywood Vampires Website!

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