Award-winning author (First in Category, 2018 CIBA Paranormal/Supernatural Fiction Awards) Franklin Posner lives in Portland, Oregon. He is not, nor has he ever been, a vampire, suburban or otherwise. That's the official story, but it isn't the whole story. Franklin ("Dave" to his friends) has been interested in writing since he was in grade school. However, apart from a few articles published in some obscure corners of the internet, he never seriously pursued writing as a vocation, despite friends and family telling him that he should probably consider it. And now, many years later, after a few attempts, he has finally achieved his dream. Whether it was maturity, or experience, or a midlife crisis, he's not sure. All he knows is that Franklin Posner is an author, and he's here to stay. "Suburban Vampire Ragnarok" is Franklin's second novel. It is the sequel to his first novel, "Suburban Vampire: A Tale of the Human Condition - With Vampires". It continues the story of newly-turned vampire Scott Campbell and his struggle to retain his humanity despite overwhelming odds. The "Suburban Vampire" novels are urban/contemporary fantasy thrillers with action, suspense, romance, and all the blood and mayhem associated with vampires, served alongside a healthy dose of humor, both light and dark, sarcastic and subtle. It is a must-read for fans of Anne Rice, Charlaine Harris, Jim Butcher, or Larry Correia. For more information, please visit https://franklinposner.com/
BOOK RELEASE EVENT! Announcing a book release event for Franklin Posner's second novel, SUBURBAN VAMPIRE RAGNAROK!!! It will be at the Horse Brass Pub, 4534 SE Belmont st., Portland, Oregon 97215 (call 503-232-2202 for directions if you don't have GPS or Google Maps) on Monday, August 13th, starting at 6:00 PM! Stop by, meet the author, get your copy autographed, and enjoy some great British-style pub food and beverages! There will be copies of both of the SUBURBAN VAMPIRE novels available (sorry, we can only take cash and checks)! See you there!
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