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So, there are no vampires in this book? Now I’m very curious. Such an intriguing title.

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There Are No Vampires In This Book

by Megan Bailey

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She wasn’t like other girls- not after that night, that thing, took her parents from her. She made it through hospitals, doctors, and therapy by playing by their rules and saying all the things they wanted to hear. But, inside, she held on to the truth.

She knew what she saw.


With her two closest friends at her side, she dedicated herself to a mission. She would train and she would hunt. When the time came, she would be ready. No one she loved would be hurt by one of those monsters ever again

But with high school behind them, new found freedom comes with new responsibilities and new problems. Instead of weapons and self defense classes, she now has jobs and bills. The relation-ship with her best friend was suddenly shifting into new, scary territories. How could she take down bad guys if she couldn’t get her own life in order?


A mysterious stranger who pops up in suspicious places and throws off all sorts of bad vibes. His face now starred in her regular nightmares and plagued her thoughts in the day. Was she overreacting? Or, was this finally the monster she had been waiting for? As the scars of Taryn’s past rise up to haunt her, she begins to question herself. With her mission faltering and her friendship off kilter, would life ever be the same again? Would she ever be the same?


Enjoy the excerpt

It’s late. I have school in a couple hours, and I should be asleep. I had the nightmare again. The blood. The scream. The chill of my skin. It comes in parts, like flashes in a movie. It’s the same, but then it’s not. It doesn’t make sense, how it feels so real but looks so different. Every time, I wake up sweaty and shaking like it’s cold.

I saw him again. The one I shouldn’t talk about. The one who isn’t real.

That’s what they tell me. That’s what I tell them back.

But I know better and I’m done pretending. I’ll play their games and smile, but I won’t lie to myself or these pages anymore.

I know there is something evil out there. I have seen it with my own eyes. I have faced it. I know what walks around in the dark. And I am done being afraid.

I am done.

Now, I am going to do everything I can to get ready. Because whatever that was, monster, vampire, whatever, I am going to find it.

And it is going to be afraid of me.


About Author Megan Bailey

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Megan Bailey is a novelist and short story author. When not writing, she loves playing video games for way too many hours and reading everything she can get her hands on. Megan is married to her own wise-cracking, romantic hero. They live in Central Illinois with their two devious/darling daughters and three furbabies: Minna the boxer dog, Logan the black cat, and Gimli the dwarf bunny. You can keep up with Megan at


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Welcome to The Friday 56 hosted by Freda’s Voice.


This is a really fun meme!

The only rules are to grab a book (any book), turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader and find a sentence or a few (no spoilers) that grabs you and post it.

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My 56 for this week is from

 Night And Day

A Pecan Valley Mystery #3

by Ann Summerville




My 56

“It happened when it started getting dark on Friday,” said Bea. “It couldn’t have been later than seven o’clock. By the way it’s time to set the clocks tonight.”

“Which way?” asked Biddie.

“Fall back, spring forward,” said Marge. “I don’t know why we have to keep continuing with this nonsense anyway.”



Not all is what is seems in Pecan Valley and Bea can’t quite put her finger on what is wrong. She’s hoping Marge won’t become a permanent house guest and encourages her to look for a new home, but while they are scouting the neighborhood they end up looking for more than a house for Marge. What Bea wants to uncover is the unsavory dealings of a ruthless realtor and a murderer that might put Bea on the list of victims.


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