Little Vampire Bites

Little Vampire Bites

by Marshall Miller
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Little Vampire Bites by Marshall Miller

Little Vampire Bites is a collection of vampire short stories by Marshall Miller.

This book contains the following stories:
The Biting Cold: A snow storm in Wyoming isn't the only threat there that can kill you.

Sweet Hitchhiker: Your mother always told you not to pick up hitchhikers, even though you might still make it to your destination.

The Last Words of Moses: When Moses wrote Genesis, he left a few things out. He had a lot to tell, but was a bit short on papyrus while in the desert. In his last conversation, he spills the beans on the rest of the story, including the first vampire. Hey folks, it's just fiction here.

A Cuddly Kind Of Death: This story teaches you a thing or two about pets.

Grandpa’s War Stories: There are reasons why Grandpa doesn't like talking about the war.

Thinking Outside The Box: Moral? Don't get stuck thinking inside the box!

Love Bites!: Love may last forever, but when one person changes and the other doesn't, it could mean the end!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014928373
Publisher: Marshall Miller
Publication date: 03/06/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 91 KB

About the Author

Marshall Miller is an aspiring author, and this is his first published fiction book. It was a lot more fun to write than the technical manuals he has authored in the past! He is also a wedding photographer, an ion source technician, a husband, and a father in Colorado. Hey, can I quit talking about myself in the third person now?

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Little Vampire Bites 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ArchStrangel More than 1 year ago
I highly reccommend this author's work! Very imaginative and clever. An excellent read.
CynLynn More than 1 year ago
In the midst of all the new vampire books available, it's refreshing to find a writer who brings a fresh, unique perspective to a familiar subject. This all too brief taste of Miller's creative ability leaves one thirsting for more. I am anticipating his next publication.