Nobody expects to get turned into a vampire, especially a guy like Bob.
Everybody hopes that if they somehow get transformed into a vampire, they will instantly become some kind of superhero vampire out of the movies. Bad news guys: not gonna happen. More likely than not, you're gonna be one of the poor clueless bastards hanging out on Thursday nights with Bob in his vampire support group.
You may think you know what being a vampire is supposed to be like, but Bob is here to set you straight. He’s made it his personal mission to get answers about the reality of being a vampire. He’s been shot, stabbed, thrown off rooftops, survived bad coffee and endured crippling boredom—all in the name of answering the eternal question of what it means to be a vampire.
"Sit back and get ready to laugh out loud as Rodney V. Smith gives us a reality check on being a vampire! Witty, raw, gritty and earthy, this raucous tale is completely entertaining from start to finish! Mr. Smith has comedic timing and attitude down pat in this fast-reading tale! Meet the powerful vamps, the dark vamps and quite frankly some pretty strange vamps, but trust me, no one is as clueless as Bob...." Dianne - Tome Tender
"The writing is crisp, clean and witty. Wonderful characters tumble forth in profusion, written in a style of world-weary self-consciousness that has the author talking directly to the reader and coming clean on the nuts-and-bolts of the writing process: stretches, exaggerations and downright lies. It's all very alluring." Gordon A. Long
"With mishap, adventure and a trail of blood around every corner, So I Might Be A Vampire is fun, brutally real, and it's a ride on the fangster train I didn't ever want to end. Thank goodness there's a sequel! Five blood-drenched stars for this seriously funny, cool as f*ck, vamp-fest!" - Lindsey Clarke - Author of the Whitechapel series
"This is different. It's quirky, witty and a hell of a lot of fun. You might need to let go of all previous ideas of what a vampire is, all those notions from previous books and movies." - 2shay (From the blog, Chezshayonline)
"Sit back and get ready to laugh out loud as Rodney V. Smith gives us a reality check on being a vampire! Witty, raw, gritty and earthy, this raucous tale is completely entertaining from start to finish! Mr. Smith has comedic timing and attitude down pat in this fast-reading tale! ...I highly recommend reading SO I MIGHT BE A VAMPIRE just for the fun of it, or maybe, because if you don't know, (like Bob) this could save you a lot of pain (unlike Bob)." - Dianne - Reviewer at TomeTender. - Full Review on TomeTender
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Smith grew up in Barbados with an active interest in writing and art, combining the two at an early age to make his own comic books. After discovering Stephen King and Clive Barker his interest turned to horror fiction.
His science-fiction series “Out of Time” has been nominated for awards from the IAWTV (International Academy of Web Television) and the T.O. Webfest 2017.
Smith describes himself as a “web series evangelist” and was a founding member of the Toronto based IWCC (Independent Webseries Creators of Canada).
“So I Might Be a Vampire” is his first novel.
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