A belated dedication
Because the editing process of The Vampires of Michigan was so prolonged, it was only after it went live that I realized I'd forgotten to make a dedication.
I pondered this while attending a memorial service for one of my uncles that passed away. Speaking with my relations, many of whom I had not seen in years, I suddenly realized how closely the story hewed to family history. I don't mean the whirlwind romance, but the larger issues of finding meaning in life and the choice between decadence and duty.
I've since updated both versions, but for those of you who already purchased the book (thank you!), I offer it below:
This book is dedicated to:
Jay, who has just awakened,
Noel, who held the line for so long, and
Blaise, who is finally at rest.
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