Category: Unexpected friendship

Vampire Hunters, Staying at Home, Online Learning, Keeping in Touch, and Rolling My Eyes as Usual.

My brother Aaron called me. “We need your help,” he said. “No. Absolutely not. You need to hire a professional. I am not doing this.” I was not going to do this. “I am hiring a professional. I’m going to see Durant right now.… Continue Reading “Vampire Hunters, Staying at Home, Online Learning, Keeping in Touch, and Rolling My Eyes as Usual.”

A particularly ill-tempered Ghost – or – Don’t forget your paranormal friends during the holiday season)

“I remember my last Thanksgiving. I was dead a week later.” I looked up from my work at Nigel the Ghost. He’d materialized in the chair across from me in the breakfast nook. Today his black hair was in kind of a side bang across… Continue Reading “A particularly ill-tempered Ghost – or – Don’t forget your paranormal friends during the holiday season)”

Mysterious Friendships

From 2013 When friends, or others, discover we are Vampires the reactions vary from shock to horror to fascination. But, that said, they rarely find out we’re Vampires. I had to meet with my friend Adam, Werewolf and brilliant photographer. Until a year ago… Continue Reading “Mysterious Friendships”

Mysterious Friendships

In honor of Werewolf Week (October 1-7, 2017 here at Vampiremaman.com) I’ll be featuring more than one post about my friend Adam, who IS a Werewolf. The following is from 2013. Yes, Vampires and Werewolves can be friends. Really. Mysterious Friendships When friends, or… Continue Reading “Mysterious Friendships”

Personal Hygiene, Vampire Hunters and Real Friends…and don’t forget the Marx Brothers

Today it was 106 degrees F outside (what the F) so I thought I’d rerun this post that contains mention of SWIMMING. I live in a pretty crazy world full of interesting people and challenges that hit me like either flying fried eggs right… Continue Reading “Personal Hygiene, Vampire Hunters and Real Friends…and don’t forget the Marx Brothers”

Short Story Sunday: The Child

The Child (A Short Unspectacular Vampire Story) “I don’t get them at all. What is it about the obsession with things like Proust and his stupid cookie or that German guy who kept shoving his cat into a box then pondering if it was… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: The Child”

Short Story Sunday: Father Paul

Father Paul: Part 14 of the Austin and Elizabeth Stories She remembered when he was just in high school. His family lived next door in an old ranch house with a rabbit warren of added on rooms. There were six Jackson kids. Paul was… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: Father Paul”

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