. . .And as usual

I forget to summarize what LAST BITE! is all about.  So here it is. . .

 

Soon-to-be sixteen Samantha Samm has three things going for her:  A pulse.  A reflection.  And an appetite.

 

And Sam will do anything to keep it that way!

 

But cursed to become a vampire whether she likes it or not, Sam will find every excuse in her human conscience to avoid becoming the undead.  And since Sam is already faced with a deadline toward eternal death, not to mention, orphaned and the biggest loner in a town of egotistical vampires, the odds against Sam staying human are inevitable that is until pulse-pounding, warm blooded handsome, James Reinhardt walks into the kitchen of an all-girl’s foster home and finds her choking on a cookie.

 

Now determined with the idea of staying human for James will become Sam’s biggest challenge.  But living amid thirsty bad boy vamps in hip-hop gear, bad valley girl vamps who resemble the likes of snapping gators in a Louisiana swamp and a pretentious foster sister who wants James to herself isn’t exactly helping Sam’s quest.  And just as Sam thinks things couldn’t get any worse, James reveals a bloody secret tied to her curse that may just as well have her ditching love for those set of fangs! 

 

LAST BITE! is a YA Paranormal novel, and book I in a IV book series.  FIRST BITE!  will be due out soon, hopefully before I sprout another grey hair!!

And you don’t need to be a genius to figure that out!

 

 

So why are people under the impression that by dishing out money to hear the secrets of a successful businessman (or woman) automatically entitles them to that luxury?

 

Now referring to Donald Trump’s latest seminar or the Trump Universities “supposed scandal” of those who invested, then after, complained about learning nothing only to end up in debt.

 

Aside from myself, does anyone else here honestly believe that Donald Trump is about to divulge the secrets to his success just because someone paid to hear it?

 

For anyone who is successful, those successes usually derive from some form of a self-strategic ethic and not necessarily someone else’s strategies.  In the pursuit of success, the whole idea, while a romantic one, is not without heartbreak or hard work; there’s a vast amount of time, sweat and money when trying to be successful in any business, and by the time success is achieved one will then find themselves asking:  Do I really want to make it easy for someone else to achieve my success after what I’ve just been through because they paid to hear it?  Now if people in general can understand that very concept, then I hate to be the bearer of bad news folks, but you got what you paid for.

 

So my 2-cents is this:  Stop whining!  Because the money you invested to hear things you were never going to hear, you could have very easily invested it to start the path of your own success!  

 

And you don’t need to be a genius to figure that out!