October is one of my favorite months of the year. The summer heat leaves Florida, and my birthday’s in October. But most of all, I like October because it’s the month when Halloween takes place.
When I was a kid, Halloween was my second favorite holiday, just after Christmas. I loved creating a costume, and trick-or-treating was always an adventure. I’d go out right after dark, and not come home until my curfew. I was an adept trick-or-treater; I charmed the panties off housewives and grandmas, and I always came home with a pillowcase full of candy that lasted me for weeks.
A few years ago, my novella titled Trick and Treat released, and it has been one of my best sellers ever since. Sales always increase in October, when people get in the “creepy” holiday spirit. Here’s the book’s blurb:
“Eric’s a college freshman and a computer geek. His college dorm mate, Tyler, is a loner who dabbles in the occult. While trick-or-treating near campus, Eric meets Roland, a vampire with a taste for young men. Their physical encounter casts a spell over Eric. Is he doomed to become a vampire himself, or can Tyler help free Eric from Roland’s grasp? Can the budding friendship between Eric and Tyler evolve into something more?”
If you’re not offended by graphic male/male sex scenes, and you find the supernatural intriguing, then you might like Trick and Treat. You can buy the book through Amazon here:
Have a nice Thursday night, friends.