Ashley Nowak is excited to be moving to the big city (relatively speaking) and starting college. Freedom. Anime cons. Vampires?
It seems all is not well. Vampires are real! But who will believe her? Even her new friend and fellow anime otaku is skeptical. What's a girl to do?
A new series from author Mark Moore, "Vampire Killer" explores the concept of ordinary people fighting supernatural creatures, the questions that are raised, and the emotional toll that it takes on them. No superpowers. No destiny. No secret societies. Just two girls out to protect the world - or at least their own small part of it.
"Out On Her Own" contains 7,729 words of story content. There is vampire-related violence. Suitable for high-schoolers and perhaps some middle-schoolers.
Mark Moore was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1978. He moved to Florida when he was 7 years old.
Mark grew up on 1980s cartoons and, in the late 1990s, discovered anime, which has been his obsession ever since.
In his free time (meaning when not writing or working as a retail clerk), Mark enjoys watching anime, superhero movies, action heroine movies, and various cartoons. He also plays video games and fan-edits films.
Mark writes in various genres, ranging from fantasy to sci-fi to dramedy, usually starring a female protagonist. His preferred format is short-story series, which are usually episodic in nature but containing a larger overall plot.