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New Orleans, 1842 by Nicole Hadaway

New Orleans, 1842 by Nicole Hadaway
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Quickie Short Story Review: Miranda, the vampire, Ms. Hadaway first introduced to us in her eBook, Release, makes an appearance in this entertaining short story set in my favorite city. Miranda, a young vampire at this time, has journeyed to New Orleans in search of an adventure. Almost immediately she runs into one, quite literally.  Mr. John Stevenson upon exiting a House of Ill Repute blunders right into Miranda...thus sealing his fate.  Voodoo, a little light and witty repartee, combined with some gory tidbits, made for a quick and entertaining read.

The short was nicely executed and wet the pallet enough to make me want to go on to read Release. Which I have, or at least half of it.  But I do have to say that reading a PDF on the computer is hard for me, because I'm on the computer so long -- making me not want to read with the laptop. (And I've yet to figure out how to convert to work with my iPhone kindle app - any help greatly appreciated). Enough of that.

Vamp lovers, go out and grab this, why not it is free.  I read this at work, while I was waiting for a site to upload. It is a wonderful introduction to Ms. Hadaway.  Kudos I must also give her to the description she gave to my wonderful city. I think this was my favorite part!


Melissa said...

You can get dropbox for both your computer and iphone. Both are free (please use my referral).

Once you get both, you can upload your pdf files to drop box. Then you can read them on the app on your iphone. I do that for pdf's on my iPod Touch.

Hope it helps.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much and I'm really glad you liked it! My novel, Release, is also available on Smashwords in several different formats, one of which is for Palm devices. Email me if you'd like to try it and I can give you a reviewer code.

Thanks again, Parajunkee!

Donna [F.D. Ramblings] said...

Nice review! I have Release, I won it over at but I haven't read it. Like you I love stories based in New Orleans. It seems to have the perfect atmosphere for stories in the paranormal. Too many Anne Rice books, maybe? LOL!

If the dropbox thingy that Melissa doesn't work, I use Calibre to convert pdfs for my Sony Reader and it also converts for the iPhone and other ereaders.

ParaJunkee said...

Thanks Donna & Melissa I will have to try that. Will do Nicole! Thanks hun.

Cecile said...

Thanks for the heads up on this one. I love books set around my towns! Going download this one right now! Thanks!
Hope you have a great weekend!

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