Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Paranormal Books we probably won't see

Sleeping with my Dog
Glenda put up with Ron turning into a wolf and mauling her every full moon, until the night he ate her precious poodle. Then she packed up and left. But how can she escape a man with a nose like a bloodhound? Especially since she can't seem to give up her exclusive perfume...

My Ex Vampire
Sharon broke up with Dexter, but now she fears for her life. She bought a sun lamp and sleeps with it on all night long. Her worse fear? Lighting storms will knock out the electricity - and Dexter will come and get her.

The Ghost who Stalked Me
Sally Mae can't get rid of the feeling someone is watching her - all the time. In the office, at the club, in her house. Day and night. And then she meets Fred. He's dead. But he's decided to stay in with her to watch her every move. Forever and ever.

Bringing Back Baby
Zelda loved George so much that when he died she begged a bokor to bring him to life. He agreed, in exchange for a lock of Zelda's hair. And now George is back - but he's different somehow. And Zelda is terrified of her zombie husband. Something is not right. And what is that smell?

Look Who's Coming to Dinner
Trish just met Henry, and she wants to introduce him to her parents. But he's a werewolf, and they're both weresheep. She's afraid Henry will cease to love her if he knows she's a weresheep too. Is there a future for a weresheep and a werewolf? And what will their children be? WereWeeps?


A Vampire's Book of Southern Style Living
Mary, a 600 year old vampire, is bored, so she gets a group of southern vampire women get together on the porch every night and they talk about life and love and trade recipes. Blood pudding, blood sausage, bloody Marys and such. A cute book about friendship in the afterlife and recipes galore for the picky vampire.

14 comments:

Bonita said...

I don't know, maybe you could write about the last one, LOLLOLLOL
You have the best imagination, Sam.

Sam said...

I'm kind of partial to blood pudding myself...

LOL
thanks!

Jona said...

You've got me giggling ;o) And some of those sound like they'd be fun to read!

December Quinn said...

LOL! Very cute! I especially like the one with the sun lamp.

Tara Marie said...

very clever and I'm agreeing with Bonita, the last one might have a little potential--LOL.

Typing Slave said...

I actually read a story where the husband turns into a dog and gets snagged by the dogcatcher! Wifey has to go get him out of the pound...again. I *think* it was in one of the Chicks in Chainmail series...

Fun stuff!

Doug Hoffman said...

Mmmmmm. Blood sausage, blood pudding. Drool.

Have to go find some suet . . .

Michelle B said...

Weresheep LOL! To funny:)

Gabriele C. said...

The southern belle vampires could breed weresheep. Lots of wool for quilting and nice southern gentlemen at night ...

... and then one of the sheep turns out to be a werewolf with a black moustache. :)

Sam said...

I'm getting all sorts of ideas here...

Gabriele C. said...

Oh dear.

Are there were-plotbunnies as well?

Erin the Innocent said...

weresheep???? LMAO

Lyn Cash said...

weresheep??? - ROFLMAO!

That last one sounds like Divine Secrets of the Va-Va Voom Vampire Sisterhood.

Wynn Bexton said...

This was absolutely hilarious!

Being a sheep lover myself I loved the weresheep. That's me. Baaaaaaa