Vamp Camp


[/list3][three]Did Mårten Larsson want to be a vamp? Not so much. He want­ed it as much as he asked to have a sis­sy cir­cle over the å in his name. He just woke up dead one day with a piece of paper that said, “Dude, you’re a vam­pire. Drink some blood. Don’t sun­tan.”

Luck­i­ly, anoth­er vam­pire finds Mårten and agrees to teach him how to live (well, not live, exact­ly) as a vam­pire. And so Mårten goes to Vamp Camp, where he has to sur­vive with­out get­ting staked or baked, learn how to work with fangs and blood lust while spend­ing time with his boyfriend, and employ his wicked wit as he mas­ters the art and sci­ence of vam­pirism.

Num­ber of Page 244
Inte­ri­or Type Black and White
Trim Size (inch­es) 6 x 9
Bind­ing US Trade Paper
Pub­lished 2010, Dream­spin­ner Press
Vamp Camp by Wynn Wagner

Audio­book now avail­able at Audi­ble and iTunes


Now an audio­book at Audi­ble and iTunes.
[three][quote2]“Sick of the same old tired, über-pow­er­ful vamps but can’t quite let go of those sexy suck­ers? Def­i­nite­ly give Vamp Camp a try then. This hilar­i­ous, wit­ty, sly, enter­tain­ing, sexy, and flat-out laugh-out-loud fun­ny romp hits so many high points…”

—Three Dol­lar Bill Reviews[/quote2]

[quote2]“Bloody, yet ten­der. Fun­ny, yet poignant. The boys are back and more hys­ter­i­cal than ever. I am delight­ed that Wynn Wag­n­er is writ­ing again, after a near fatal dis­ease almost took him from us. Here the author lets us ride this tale through the eyes of a sar­cas­tic vam­pire who would nev­er admit to the flaws we all see so plain­ly. I don’t know how author Wynn Wag­n­er main­tains such a dif­fi­cult voice, but he pulls it off flaw­less­ly. How did he even do that? My mon­ey is on design­er drugs or expen­sive coun­sel­ing or both.”

— Queer Enough Reviews[/quote2]

Anoth­er great review is from Charles Macphee. [link]

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