Red Hair and Gold: St. Van Helsing University

Red Hair and Gold: St. Van Helsing University

by Vanessa Knipe
     
 

Demons, vampires and elementals swarm through Britain--held in check only by the faculty and students of St. Van Helsing University. In this short story, author Vanessa Knipe tells of the run-in between one young student and the forces of evil.

Overview

Demons, vampires and elementals swarm through Britain--held in check only by the faculty and students of St. Van Helsing University. In this short story, author Vanessa Knipe tells of the run-in between one young student and the forces of evil.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045178204
Publisher:
Rob Preece
Publication date:
07/26/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
351,183
File size:
117 KB

Meet the Author

"As a teen, Vanessa learned her love of canoeing in the alligator infested bayous of the Texas Gulf Coast. Back in her native, Yorkshire she watches the River Ouse rise every winter and wonders if she needs to revive an old skill: so far she and her son have been lucky. She mixes raising her son and wrestling with Creatures of the Night, though that’s not a nice thing to call her cat. Currently she is studying the preliminaries to what she hopes will be an MA in Creative Writing." That's what it says on the back of the dead tree edition anyway. But what was a Yorkshire lass doing in the bayous of Texas? At fourteen I was dragged from a sleepy English Village - where the greatest excitement was the annual Village Fête and fancy dress competition - to a suburb of Houston, Texas. We lived just across Clear Lake from the Johnson Space Center. It was a shock to the system. But I loved the bayous and saved up my pocket money - instead of buying lunch at school - and bought a canoe. As soon as I could drive I was off every free moment on the still water of Armand Bayou. I returned to England when I was twenty, to go to University in York. And aside from a brief madness when I actually chose to live in London I have stayed here. Now, I'm a fairly young widow bringing up my son as best I can, spliting time between York and the Seaside at Filey.

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