Dear [Agent Name],
Graham is a vampire; he just doesn’t know it
yet. He was captured by werewolves and given a drug named, "The Cure."
Now he is human and has no memory of the past two thousand years. With
less than sixty vampires in existence, and Graham being one of the three
original creators, his disappearance doesn't go unnoticed for long.
wolves stationed Graham in an apartment just outside the city and as
the first subject "The Cure" has successfully changed, he is closely
monitored by his kidnappers. When Graham's vampire companion, Karl,
discovers his location, he must find a way to get close enough to his
friend to remove the drug-induced transformation.
Cure" is forcibly removed and the human side effects begin to wear off,
Graham must accept the creature he is, but the terrifying changes from
human to vampire are enough drive him to the wolves, seeking a normal
life. But the experiment he underwent has been ruined and now the
werewolves want him dead.
With no other choice, Graham is forced
to return to his vampire friends and attempt to go back to a world he
doesn't remember yet.
My contemporary fantasy novel, On the
Surface, complete at 79,000 words, is about a man striving to learn
about his past and then cautiously coming to terms with the creature he
turns out to be.
I received my B.A. in English writing from
[omitted] and have had short, non-fiction pieces published on a
locally-based website [omitted].
Thank you for offering your time to read a little about On the Surface.