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The Un-Life of William Moore is available as an ebook and a paperback copy. A hardback copy is in the works with an estimated release of Spring 2020.

You can purchase The Un-Life at most retailers, including:


Nationally

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-un-life-of-william-moore-dana-lockhart/1131284470?ean=9780578515625
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07RFJ4GC3/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0



Missouri

http://www.mainstreetbooks.net/
http://www.theopenedbook.com/


Illinois

https://www.facebook.com/MyQuincyBooksandToys/



New Mexico

https://www.titlewavebooks.com/







Making friends is hard when you live forever...

When college student Kaylah Rhodes begins experiencing unexplained blood and memory loss, she suspects that she is the unwitting victim of a vampire. Only, vampires aren’t real. At least, that’s what she thought until one night when the vampire, William Moore, reveals his existence to her. But meeting a real-life vampire was not at all like Kaylah expected. William is shy, socially awkward, and surprisingly normal for someone who drinks blood to survive.

He offers to tell her the story of his un-life under the condition that she lets him drink her blood. However, the more Kaylah learns about William, the more questions she has. There are some secrets that the vampire refuses to share. He’s hiding something dark from her, and she won’t stop until she finds out what. As the horrors of William’s past come back to bite him, Kaylah finds herself caught in the middle of a dangerous game. William Moore is not the only monster in town she has to worry about.





***As of March 2020: Smashwords was, but no longer is, a vendor for The Un-Life. However, if you did purchase a copy through Smashwords (even a free copy) you will still have access to it. No new copies will be sold through Smashwords for the time being.***


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