No Place to Lay My Head

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A vampish romance, this is a short story with fangs! A gentleman from Eastern Europe is looking for a new home. In his search he discovers Juliet, a delicious young estate agent who finds him equally irresistible. There is just this one little obstacle to their mutual happiness...
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About E. A. Walker

I took a B.A. in journalism from UCL and then worked from 1999 - 2008 in Sydney, Cape Town and back in London.
Since then I have been working part-time and developing my writing skills - I hope.

As a young reader I was inspired by the stories of great writers such as Andre Norton, Anne McCaffrey, Ursula K. LeGuin, C.J. Cherryh and J.K. Rowling. I wanted to create worlds like theirs, and characters as loveable and engaging as theirs. So I started writing stories in notebooks. Sharing these with friends showed me, painfully, that I had a lot to learn - but I just had to keep trying.

I love Fantasy, and that is what I mostly write. But I also read, and write, Young Adult books, and most of my stories have at least a little romance in them. I go all gooey over a good love story, so I'm inclined to think that other readers feel the same.

You can reach me at 77eawalker(atsign) If you are a reader of any of my books I would love to hear from you!

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Michael reviewed on June 6, 2016

They say real estate is a cut-throat business. This short story gives that adage a new spin and a tasty twist. It’s an enjoyable fast read which may make you think twice about moving house!
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Stan Morris reviewed on May 1, 2016

Well written and very clever with a nice twist. I downloaded this book after reading the first paragraphs. From those it was clear that this book would be quite professional, and I was right. The writer uses a few unnecessary tags, but they are easily overlooked. The tone is mature. It's short, but well worth the read.
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