The Midnight Diet Club

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Some kids would risk almost anything to be thin, popular, and stop others from teasing them.
But would you join the Midnight Diet Club?
Esme is a slightly overweight teen-age girl who is hounded endlessly by three sinister bullies. In her quest to find acceptance she almost loses her soul in this funny, slightly scary, twist on vampire legends.

Won 1st Prize in the Florida ...

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Overview

Some kids would risk almost anything to be thin, popular, and stop others from teasing them.
But would you join the Midnight Diet Club?
Esme is a slightly overweight teen-age girl who is hounded endlessly by three sinister bullies. In her quest to find acceptance she almost loses her soul in this funny, slightly scary, twist on vampire legends.

Won 1st Prize in the Florida Writers Association Royal Palm LIterary Awards for Young Adult Fiction (Published), 2011 under previous title YOU NEVER SEE FAT VAMPIRES.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781492845133
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 9/30/2013
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.31 (d)

Meet the Author

Mark has been writing since he was five and has been published in Cricket, Cobblestone Press, Learning, Newsday and other periodicals and anthologies. His books include the Rockhound Science Mystery Series, winner of a Teacher's Choice Award (Learning Magazine, 2001) and The Midnight Diet Club, (formerly You Never See Fat Vampires), about a young girl who risks it all to stop bullies, which won 1st Prize for Fiction (YA, Published) in the Florida Writer's Association Royal Palm Literary Awards in 2011. Always eager to learn and help other authors, he is a member of the Author's Guild, SCBWI, the Florida Writer's Association, and the founder and leader of three active writing groups in Central Florida.
Long interested in book marketing, he co-created and hosts Author's Beat, broadcast world-wide at www.blogtalkradio.com/authorsbeat and has now created the How To Sell Your Books Checklist which he hopes will help writers everywhere tame the marketing monster.
Mark was a teacher in Central Islip, Long Island, New York, and adjunct professor of education at SUNY Old Westbury. He was named Teacher of the Year by the New York State Reading Association in 1989 and currently lives in Florida with his very patient wife.
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