Monday, October 24, 2011


Title: Confessions of an Average Half-Vampire
Author: Lisa Shafer
To Purchase: Amazon Kindle  

Description: Lurking in the nuclei of a few rare human cells is an as-yet unstudied gene. It is a gene that makes the inheritor crave mammal blood and faint in bright sunlight. It is a gene that prevents the bearer from appearing normally in digital or mirror images.
It’s a gene that makes life heck if you’re in junior high and trying to fit in.

Eric Wright is a half-vampire with a problem. Several problems, actually. He can’t tell bloodlust from his rollercoaster adolescent hormones. The cutest girl in first period English wants him to become a vegetarian. And the assistant principal suspends him when he refuses to explain why his skin appears translucent in a school security video.

Then Eric’s non-vampire mom, who’s definitely not telling everything she knows, takes him with her on a business trip. To Scotland, where it never stays sunny for very long. The perfect
hang out for a vampire. Or several. If only Eric can find one to talk to before he makes any more stupid mistakes....


Talli Roland said...

What a great title - it drew me in straight away. Sounds like a good read. Thanks, Cherie!

Miranda Hardy said...

I'm a sucker for vampire novels, always have been.

Alleged Author said...

Ooooooooh...Scotland. Now that causes some intrigue!

Alice Audrey said...

Sounds like Mom knows what she's doing.