About Us…

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Eight anniversary badges for our journey together.

Welcome to Flatliner Books.

Here is our new logo.

 

 

First off, a flatliner is our word for vampire since they have no pulse and read as a person that flatlined. The idea behind vampires here is a very unconventional one. Our first book, Daybreak: Flatlined, explains how vampires began.

Daybreak: Flatlined – Available Now on Amazon

A long time ago there were angels cast to earth that had children with human women producing what is known as the Nephilim. The conspiracy is that by polluting the human bloodline with angelic blood early on, Jesus would not be born as purely human. So, the flood of Noah washed nearly everyone with angelic blood away and the fallen angels were imprisoned in Hell by a squad of heavenly angels.

During their mission, one angel in particular, was unlawfully detained. Primus was rescued by Gabriel. But only after Primus made a deal with the devil to keep human souls out of the torture of Hell by giving them immortality. The catch of course is that they must become murderous vampires.

God being merciful gave vampires a way out, just like He did with Lot and the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. If 3 vampires abstain from blood then all of them can have their humanity back.

And chaos ensued.

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Epic Undead Season One – To be released Summer 2020

In Epic Undead Season One we see what was going on in the rest of the flatliner world while Paul worked on claiming his humanity, keeping his girlfriend alive, and joining the living immortals trying to defeat his boss (in Daybreak: Flatlined).

Here we see how everyone’s friend, Elle, winds up entangled in their mess. Troy bites his ex wife and goes on the run. Hiding at Elle’s house put a target on her back. She winds up searching for her (thought to be dead) husband in Hell and ultimately joins the immortals in the Tibetan Mountains in search of archangel Rafael’s camp at the Jade Gates.

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Red Rail Academy and the Estranged Brothers – Available Now on Amazon

Elsewhere in the world, Danny fights to maintain the secret of being turned into a vampire on his first day of school. Almost making it to graduation, he defies the odd to not end up causing an undead takeover. Or does he?

His younger brother Zach enrolls at the same school determined to find a way to save their father from the vampires that kidnapped him years ago. Being that this is a school of wizardry they both hone their skills and stumble into the clash of the century that unleashes the Trifold. An ancient creature that threatens the safety of the entire school.

Stay tuned as chaos ensues. Join our race against time as this thrilling ride leads all of our characters to the last days before the apocalypse.

We have Author Features regularly and Member Tribute videos to thank our followers for going on our journey of love, danger, and a non-stop suspenseful whirlwind for all of our chronicles.

Welcome to our world of Flatliner Books @ VamPinterest. We are also on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

-Elle

 

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    1. Hi there. Nice to meet you too. I know right! But, they only work if they’ve been blessed. So, in Chapter 9 when Caleb gets stabbed in the eye by a blessed silver steak knife that’s the only reason why it worked… and that was after Lorena grabbed a hand saw to try and bring him down. Who knew right?

      Have a fabulous day and thank you for visiting πŸ™‚

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        1. Thank you kindly! In Singapore (my little red dot) we do not celebrate 4 July. But getting out of hospital is a celebration in itself!! Have a smashing great weekend celebration πŸ˜€

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  1. I found a proof reader on goodreads.com. Out of the goodness of her heart, she edited my whole book. I’ve spent 3 weeks so far on both our edits, and I should be ready by the end of the week to submit them. I’m editing line by line. This way I won’t have to re-publish, which would be too costly for me.
    Thanks for listening to my story,
    Susanne

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    1. How exciting! The final touches are always a little nerve wrecking huh. I’m so glad you found a proofreader. They are invaluable. I never catch all of my typos until after it’s too late lol. Good help is a wonderful thing. It’ll do well. The reviews of The Dead Game were really good, so I’m sure people are chomping at the bit to see some more πŸ™‚
      -Loren

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  2. Wow! I love all the thought you put into the history of vampires. I just released a vampire book but I never dealt with their background. I decided to place them in a small town in the middle of a murder mystery. In my next book, I will consider whether I should delve deeper into the vampire myth. But I have to be careful not to remember any of your history. I try not to read vampire books because I don’t want to be influenced by other authors’ plots. I watch vampire TV shows.
    Good luck on your books,
    Susanne

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    1. Author to author your story is wonderful. I’m so glad we got to touch base. It’s so refreshing to talk to someone who writes in the same genre. I really enjoy history and wanted to introduce historical events with a hint of vampire flare where the result of human history is because of vampire influence. If I can convincingly write in such a way where the whole thing is plausible then it makes the myth more fun lol.

      I do the same thing. I can’t read anything until I’m done writing so I don’t subconsciously borrow someone else’s material. But, let me tell you what a smile it has put on my face to think that in some small way I have touched the direction you may possibly write in to include history in your next book. I can’t wait to see the next installment!

      Thank you for visiting us here and Write On! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚
      -Elle

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      1. We must keep in touch. Since my book is a mystery, I did take the name of the house, End House, from Agatha Christie. Otherwise, I’ve used my over-active imagination. I’m editing my book again this week because some of my reviews have stated that my characters are too stiff and don’t have enough depth to them. I’m loosening up the humans but I believe vampires should be haughty and stiff. You can’t please everyone. Susanne

        http://amazon.com/author/susanneleist

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        1. Yes, we should definitely stay in touch :). You really can’t please everyone lol. It’s sounds so intriguing, but being a mystery that’s the best part. Have you begun the next installment? πŸ™‚
          -Loren

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  3. Our species has always enjoyed “let’s pretend” and uniquely (unless you include otters) seems to pursue entertainment, so that’s a smart target. Takes our minds off reality in a better way than the politicians use and the dead and undead bodies lying around are only available when wanted and never smell bad. Gotta be a winner!

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  4. I am honored that you liked another of my posts (on the US govt. sequester). I looked at your bio again – so many influences can take us in a different direction from our education, even an area of study we love. My youngest child is your age, with a PhD in biology, and right now she takes care of itty, bitty kittens abandoned by their mothers!

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    1. Wow! I love kittens too. I can see the allure. Thank you for sharing. It makes me feel better knowing that other people my age are doing something different from what they originally aspired to πŸ™‚
      -Elle

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  5. Thank you for visiting my site and liking my summary of Super Bowl XLVII. Sad day for my San Francisco 49ers. But since they haven’t been to a Super Bowl in 18 years, it’s still something of a victory. Looking forward to even greater things from Colin Kaepernick next season.

    I haven’t read all the books on your reading list on the left, but can add my agreement on “Lord of the Rings”, “Pride Prejudice” and “Jane Eyre”.

    Thanks again!

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    1. Thank you for your post about the Super Bowl. I thought the 30 something minute timeout/lights out issue would have made more of a difference too. Even though I was rooting for the Ravens I admired how the 49ers bounced back and only lost by like 3 points. If only there had been another field goal or something huh?

      Don’t feel bad. I haven’t read all of the books on my reading list either. That list is showing the books I want to read in the near future… or in some cases read again.

      Thanks for stopping by! πŸ™‚

      -Elle

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      1. RE: If only there had been another field goal or something huh?

        San Fran had an opportunity to make a touchdown but the Ravens defense held them back. They were just outplayed. Next year!

        It was nice hearing from you!
        SWL

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