The Case of the Damaged Detective is for anyone who enjoys a buddy story.
Author: Drew Hayes
Once again the most boring (and most awesome) vampire accountant makes time to take us on an adventure before he can take Crystal down the aisle.
I love Fred. How come the most boring vampire in Town is also the most awesome?
I loved everything about this Second Hand Curses: the characters, the story twists, the way the story unfolded, the narration. It was creative and entertaining, and I hope there will be more to come.
Next Tuesday is the release date for The Fangs of Freelance, the fourth book in the Fred the Vampire Accountant series, so we caught up with author Drew Hayes. Good morning, Drew. I am so happy you could join us here this morning. We have our own Drew Hayes Fan Club at my office. I got […]
My favorite boring vampire is back. I freakin’ LOVE Fred. I especially love Kirby Heyborne’s audiobook presentation, so much so that I waited an additional two months of the audiobook release before grabbing a copy of Blood Acquisitions.
If you like graphic novels and superheroes, Drew Hayes gives an interesting twist to the education and training to become the next Hero.
Fred and the gang are back for more adventures. I was so excited when this story was finally released back in July, but I had to hold out for the audiobook which was just released. Kirby Heyborne did such a great job bringing this series to life for me, I had to hold out to hear his presentation.
Another great story by Drew Hayes. He has created a world that suffers from the actions of the (role playing) adventurers who journey through on their quests. While this is not a nail-biting thriller, it is a clever premise with strong, interesting characters. A second story is due out for 2015, I will definitely be picking it up. I am the newest fan of author Drew Hayes.
I found boring Fred and his misfit friends to be delightful. This books is s series of five short stories and in each, Fred stands up for those he cares about but stays true to his modest and former life as a nerdy accountant. Like Dorothy on her way to Oz, Fred picks up new friends as he goes through each story and he evolves from a loner to a leader of misfits.