Deathmas Dayby Drac Von Stoller
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Most Americans celebrate Halloween as entertainment. They go to haunted houses, put on by mortals to scare them and trick or treat in their neighborhoods. They even have Halloween parties in their homes, but Count Drac Von Stoller's family celebrates Halloween like mortals do on Christmas day. Count Drac Von Stoller's family consists of Count Drac Von Stoller being Prince of Darkness a Vampire. His wife is also a vampire named Mortisha that he met in north-western Ireland when he impaled the great Wizard Estavan. The Count and Mortisha soon wed after his great victory. Another family member of Drac Von Stoller is Samantha who is Mortisha's cousin who also lives with Count Drac Von Stoller's family, is a Witch. Then there's Grandpa, who is Mortisha's father, who is a vampire. Count Drac Von Stoller's family moved from north-western Ireland to Transylvania after Count Drac Von Stoller's battle with the great Wizard Estavon who was impaled by Count Drac Von Stoller.
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Not very impressed with this short story. Would not recommend this to anyone I know.
It was ok not great. Only 9 pages, wish it was longer it would of made a good young adult book. Only one star for this book because it was a real short story and it need work on the plot
You have never gotten more than two stars for any of your stories. Your blurb is so poorly written that a middle schooler would be ashamed to turn it in. Maybe the universe is trying to tell you something, Drac.
My mom and I would totally celibrate "Dethmas Day" but we'd eat weird HUMAN food instead lol great book though I really injoyed it = ]
This story is about a family of vampires that celebrate "deathmas day" on Halloween. For dinner they eat bloody heart, brains, and chocolate covered torso. They gifts they recieve include; a human skin lined fur coat, some blood and frozen hearts. At the end they all exclaim, " This is the best deathmas day ever!" All in all this story is a waste of time and I regret not reading the comments before I purchased it. Good thing iit was free.