While in high school, I wrote this story, then I continued it in college. Although being diagnosed with bipolar, I accomplished getting a masters in reading.
After graduating, I worked as a reading teacher in an elementary school. I taught reading strategies and decoding to first graders. I also accomplished being an adjunct professor in Suffolk Community College in Brentwood, New York. I taught students that scored low on their entrance examination. They were retested, and successfully, the majority showed improvement.
I enjoyed working until I was diagnosed with cerebellar ataxia. This condition affects your speech, coordination, balance, and your ability to swallow. As a result, I could no longer work.
With the help of my family, we found a facility called Family Center for Recovery, owned and operated by Dr. Robert Moran, a neuropsychologist. Dr. Robert Moran was dedicated and determined to help my mental and physical condition.
I thank him for my healing, along with a higher power of spirituality and answered prayers from our Blessed Mother, Our Lady of Lourdes.
After my physical and mental improving, I revised my original story for easier reading.
Because of the nature of the vampire Ambrosh, I titled this book Two.
Do you have two love interests?
Well, Katy does. See who Katy chooses as her lifelong companion.
Enjoy this book. Keep the faith—and the vampires won’t get you!