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You’re a Vampire – That Sucks!

You're a Vampire - That Sucks! by Domenick Dicce
Oct 13, 2015 | 160 Pages
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Praise for You’re a Vampire: That Sucks!

“’Count’ Domenick Dicce comes off as worldly and capable, offering hard-won wisdom to potentially undeserving vampire readers. This is a quick read that might just surprise over-saturated genre readers.”
—San Francisco Book Review

“A must-read for the recently dead, which walks the reader through the first and awkward years of vampirism. This Transylvanian romp will have you giggling as it guides you through finding a decent meal, making fang-toothed friends, and avoiding wooden-stake-wielding psychopaths.”
Taylor Bayouth, author of How to Steal the Mona Lisa

You’re a Vampire: That Sucks! is prescribed for treatment of moderate to severe cases of nosferatu ennui. Side effects include laughter and prolonged snickering. Warning: reading Domenick Dicce may become habit-forming.”
E.E. Knight, author of the Vampire Earth series

“Finally, a guide for the living undead! Count Dicce’s delightful book helps the novice vampire deal with everything from finding a suitable job to recipe tips for creatively satisfying your insatiable blood lust. A fun, informative guide that I know I’ll be relying on.” 
Andrew Mayne, author of Angel Killer

“…[V]ery helpful for a new vampire…a light-hearted romp that any vampire lover will enjoy.”
SF Reader review

“If you’re looking for guidance in your new life or just for something different in the vampire line, you can’t go wrong with Dicce’s advice.”
Bill Crider’s Pop Culture Magazine review

“In ‘Count’ Domenick Dicce’s unique spin on the monster survival guide…you’ll learn just what it’s like to be the one dodging wooden stakes rather than wielding them. Count Dicce’s exhaustive guide includes tips, tricks, and trade secrets on how to cope with your new existence.”
Celebrity Parents Magazine review

“[A] nicely illustrated, short-and-sweet survival guide for those of the vampiric persuasion.”
The Nameless Zine review

“We get, as well as discussing feeding habits, a look at vampire weaknesses and powers, a discussion on finances, the necessary talk about coffins. It’s all good fun.”
Vamped review

“This is the perfect gift for the newly turned vampire in your life. Dicce approaches the heavy topic with humor and grace. It will make your transition into this new phase of life much easier.”
To Read, Or Not to Read? review

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