The Bloodsuckers: Vampire Lawyers of Middle Tennesee

The Bloodsuckers:
Vampire Lawyers of Middle Tennessee

Scott Cunningham is a vampire just trying to make a living. After all, being undead isn’t cheap. There’s rent to pay, blood to buy, and child support due; it’s an eternal treadmill.

You would think it would be terribly boring, but as Scott is finding out, unlife as a lawyer in rural Tennessee is anything but.

The Premise: Fallout

Episode 1: Hanging out the Shingle

Episode 2: Smokin’

Episode 3: The Makings of a Lawyer

Episode 4: Joining the Club

Episode 5: The Hazards of Being a Divorce Attorney

Episode 6: Cleaning Up

Episode 7: Business is Booming

Episode 8: Blood, Sweat and Tears

Episode 9: Kicking Ass and Taking Names

Episode 10: Necrophilia

Are you just getting started? Download Volume One to your e-reader, smart phone, or computer. Contains the Premise and Episodes 1-10.

Episode 11: The Ex

Episode 12: A Long-Overdue Reunion

Episode 13: Dadding

Episode 14: Maggie’s True Motives

Episode 15: Puppy Love

Episode 16: Po’ Daddy

Episode 17: It’s a Date

Episode 18: Dinner and a Show, Part I

Episode 19: Dinner and a Show, Part II

Episode 20: Dinner and a Show, Part III

Still behind? Download Volume Two to your e-reader, smart phone, or computer. Contains Episodes 11-20.

Episode 21: All the Dirty Details

Episode 22: The Max Factor

Episode 23: Keep a Stiff Upper Lip

Episode 24: A Death in the Family

Episode 25: The Ultimatum

Episode 26: Loved Ones

Episode 27: A Woman’s Touch

Episode 28: A Room of Her Own

Episode 29: Taking Control

Episode 30: Bowled Over

Still behind? Download Volume Three to your e-reader, smart phone, or computer. Contains Episodes 21-30.

Episode 31: A Come to Elijah Meeting

Episode 32: The Bloodsucker

Episode 33: Doctor Death

Episode 34: It’s Going to be Fein

Episode 35: Now It’s a Party

Episode 36: Assault and the Law

Episode 37: The Delicate Holiday Dance

Episode 38: Thanksgiving Dinner

Episode 39: Going for a Walk

Episode 40: Surprise!

Episode 41: Girding the Loins

Episode 42: Road to the Lion’s Den

Episode 43: We Are Family… Sort Of

The Law Office of Attorney Scott Cunningham

Clarksboro, TN

Attorney Scott Cunningham

Josie Fein, Assistant

Attorney Scott Cunningham graduated from MTSU, cum laude, in 1987 with a B.A. in business management. He graduated from the Nashville School of Law in 2010, cum laude, and specialized in vampire rights. He is a native of River Bottoms, TN.

Josephine (Josie) Fein graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2003, magna cum laude, with a B.A. in English literature. She has 7 years’ experience as a paralegal and legal assistant, lately serving Judge Blackman of Murfreesboro. She is a native of Nashville.

This entire series (including content on separate pages) is copyrighted by Keri Peardon (2011-2013). Redistribution or republication of any portion of this content is prohibited. All rights reserved.

This is a work of fiction and all characters are fictitious. Any resemblance to any person, alive or dead or undead, is purely coincidental.

The pictures of characters Scott Cunningham and Josie Fein are images of Andre Agassi and Emmanuelle Chriqui, respectively.

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  13. cathy says:

    Why cant i fiind or download episeodes 21 thru 29?

  14. David says:

    Just finished vol 3, More please.

    • Keri Peardon says:

      I’m being slow about producing new episodes because I’m working on two books simultaneously (and I find it hard to switch gears between projects too often), but I have a storyline planned out for more Bloodsuckers episodes, including some guest episodes by my husband, who is going to introduce a nemesis for Scott. So there’s more coming; I just have to find the time to write them.

  15. Beatrice says:

    Where can I download episodes 31-40?

    • Keri Peardon says:

      I have not had time to format the next series for e-reader yet. I’m currently in the middle of a move, so I’ve had to put all of my writing/publishing on hold. I’m hoping the move will be complete by sometime in March.

      Also, Smashwords didn’t like serial novels, and when they figured out that “The Bloodsuckers” was one, they quit distributing it (although you could still get it on their website). However, they have since changed their position, provided you have different covers for each installment. So, what I anticipate doing is designing some additional covers and redoing all of the volumes so that Smashwords will start distributing them again. Then you’ll be able to find them not only at Smashwords, but also everywhere else e-books are sold (except Amazon; they don’t do self-published for free, unless you’re exclusive with them, and even then, it’s only free for a limited time).

      • Beatrice says:

        I can’t believe that Smashwords doesn’t like serial novels.anywhere else they r big sellers.everyone loves a short book that continues in another episode/volume.have u thought about taking The Bloodsuckers to the book shelves in a major bookstore?

      • Keri Peardon says:

        Physical bookstores are even less likely to want a serial book, and Smashwords distributes ebooks to the major retailers anyways. I just have to change my cover for each volume (they now allow serial books with that caveat).

        Actually, my original idea for this was as a sitcom, not as a book. Maybe I’ll sell it to a network sometime!

  16. Beatrice says:

    I would actually love to see how it plays on the screen.im addicted to reading ur The Bloodsuckers serial novel.im a huge fan.have u actually thought about sitting down with some screen writers to put ur idea into play?i actually write scripts and have been trying to come with some ideas for a vampire movie unlike dracula and other movies like that.this is definately a more modern vampire love story.would he nice to add some day walkers into a script.those are actually vampires that aren’t affected by sunlight.just an idea

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