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MISHMASH | New Christopher Moore Free Reading and Other Stuff

Christopher Moore has posted the first two chapters to his third vampire book Bite Me.  Here is a small sample:

Being the Journal of Abigail Von Normal

Emergency Back-up Mistress of the Greater Bay Area Night

The city of San Francisco is being stalked by a huge, shaved vampyre cat named Chet, and only I, Abby Normal, emergency back-up mistress of the greater Bay Area night, and my manga-haired love monkey, Foo Dog, stand between the ravenous monster and a bloody massacre of the general public. Which isn’t, like, as bad as it sounds, because the general public kind of sucks ass.

Still, I think that this battle of dark powers, the maintenance of my steamy, forbidden romance, the torturous brea- in of a new pair of red vinyl, thigh-high Skankenstein platform boots, as well as the daily application of complex eye make-up and whatnot, totally justify my flunking Biology 102, (Introduction to Mutilation of Preserved Marmot Cadavers, with Mr. Snavely, who totally has his way with the marmots when no one is around, I have it on good authority.) But try to tell that to the mother unit, who deserves this despair and disappointment for cursing me with her tainted and small-boobed DNA.

Allow me to catch you up, S‘il vous plait. Pay attention, bitches, there will be a test.
You can read the rest hereBite Me releases March 23rd as a hardcover.   If you've never tried a Chris Moore book do yourself a favor and get a copy of Lamb, The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove, or Bloodsucking Fiends, which was the first vampire read.  I'm very partial to Lust Lizard, but Lamb is probably his best.  Also, Moore is doing a special event November 19th with the New Jersey Shakespeare Company where he will be doing a presentation and signing.  There will also be a performance from his latest book Fool with some of the actors from the company.


Scott said...

I'm so glad he wrote another vampire book I love those characters and they are hilarious. Bloodsucking Fiends is one of my favorite books of all time.

The Mad Hatter said...

Me too, although I'd love for another visit to Melancholy Cove, but it seems he tied all of that as much as he wanted.

Scott said...

Yeah I guess the Stupidest Angel was his last go with the crew from Melancholy Cove but it would be cool to read some more stories about them.