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How Not To Stake A Vampire (Flash Stories)
     

How Not To Stake A Vampire (Flash Stories)

by C.D. Reimer
 

A collection of five 500-word speculative flash stories.

"How Not to Stake A Vampire" — A master vampire hunter and his apprentice have a disagreement about staking technique while inside the crypt of two vampires.

"Hog Wild Under The Moon" — Three teenagers fool around with the weight set in a biker's backyard under a full

Overview

A collection of five 500-word speculative flash stories.

"How Not to Stake A Vampire" — A master vampire hunter and his apprentice have a disagreement about staking technique while inside the crypt of two vampires.

"Hog Wild Under The Moon" — Three teenagers fool around with the weight set in a biker's backyard under a full moon.

"Golem Got The Blues" — A computer science student shows off the golem that he created from clay and electronics for his artificial intelligence class.

"An Unanswered Question" — A woman U.S. Census worker asks ten questions to an old man who lives alone in a trailer as he wary watches a full moon rising over the woods.

"A Wild Fish Tale" — A pair of fishermen find themselves trapped inside a pier outhouse by aggressive trout flying out of the lake.

These flash stories were first published in various flash anthologies by Pill Hill Press and Wicked East Press.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940032844457
Publisher:
C.D. Reimer
Publication date:
11/02/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
87 KB

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Meet the Author

C.D. Reimer lives and works in Silicon Valley. His interests are ceramics, painting, tropical fish, and web programming. These keep him out of trouble when he’s not fixing broken users and consoling hurt computers. After serving two tours through The Twilight Zone as a child and a young adult Christian, he writes about everyday reality that he often finds weird, twisted and absurd for being so normal. He’s currently working on various short stories and his first novel, and blogs about writing and everything else when he's not busy writing fiction.

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