Vampire John Adams

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"Vampire John Adams" is the second part of Domestic Tranquility, a long series intertwining American presidents with vampirism. In this installment, Tobias Lear confronts President Adams with startling knowledge about George Washington. Due to the emergence of a famous inventor and the moving of the president's residence from Philadelphia to Washington, a dark, dangerous plot begins to thicken.

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About Jon Burr

I am an adventurer, a writer, and a college professor. Though my work tends to cross genres, it will generally always include a certain degree of humor, adventure, and fantasy. I enjoy reading almost anything by Stephen King, Thomas Hardy, Henry David Thoreau, and Algernon Blackwood.

Here are some recommendations regarding the works I've uploaded to this site:

Coming of Age: Woolly

Comedy Horror: Puffin Panic, Jump Rope and DIE, and Beaver Dam (check out the following hilarious review of this story by karen on Goodreads.com: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/609687279)

Fun/Humor: Jump Rope and DIE, The Knights of Vicksburg, and any of the "Versus . . . " installments

Imaginative/Sports: Universe Cup

Short Story: Empty Storage

Horror/History: I've uploaded three parts of a Vampire Presidents series called Domestic Tranquility, and they are my most popular writings. That said, it takes a lot of time to do the necessary research to achieve *some* degree of historical accuracy (yeah, I know, these are vampire stories . . . ), and feedback has been negative to non-existent, so, for now, the series is discontinued. If you want more, please leave a review indicating as much, and I'll get it going once again. My original plan was to go from George Washington all the way to Barack Obama. Not an undertaking I want to take on without some major support.

Fantasy: Hraun's War and The Knights of Vicksburg

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Reviews

Review by: Virginia Conlin on April 08, 2013 :
Sorry. Very predictable.
(review of free book)

Review by: Virginia Conlin on April 08, 2013 :
Sorry. Didn't do it for me. A bit predictable.
(review of free book)

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