Vince Versoul has a drinking problem; he's drinking too much booze and not enough human blood! You see, Vince is a vampire, but he’s been slowly regressing back into his normie state due to his alcohol use. That’s when two of his thug vampire cronies - Jimmy and Tommy - do an intervention.
Vince turns to AA to help with his sobriety, but he struggles with accepting the 12 Steps. He can't come to terms with, "Being powerless, weak, flawed, filled with Defects. And this turning to God thing? They must have me confused with someone else."
However, Vince discovers that going to meetings can be of lifesaving help to him - it gives him an endless revolving door of new potential victims. Through his active involvement with "the program," Vince becomes a highly respected member of his home group.
Will he be discovered? Will he change his drinking ways? Will his charm and charisma take him to even higher levels of evil within the program? Or will the program change a vampire?
The answers are inside: "A Vampire's Story - The first 30 days sober"
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Published May 16, 2012
Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction.