At last the full story can be told…

In 1897, using the letters and journals of Jonathan Harker and Mina Murray-Harker, and those of their dear friends, Irish born author Bram Stoker published the major events of tale in his book “Dracula”. When it was first published, in 1897, Dracula was not an immediate bestseller, although reviewers were unstinting in their praise. Most of Victorian England felt it was simply a good yarn, but had they known it was not a work of fiction, but in fact an accurate account of real events, who knows the outcome. Perhaps Mr. Stoker was convinced by those involved; Jonathan and Mina, Dr. John Seward, Arthur Holmwood, Quincey Morris, and Professor Abraham Van Helsing, that the world was not yet ready for the truth behind the tale.
They kept one final piece of the story to themselves without sharing its secrets. It has been kept in a vault unseen these many decades until now.

Presenting an audio presentation of….”Dracula’s Journal” written by Jim d. Jordan and performed by The Tulsa Area Writer’s Workshop’s own Jim Jordan and Wendy Matchen.

This 2-CD audio book is available for only $7.00! Contact Jim or Wendy here at T.A.W.W. or pick up your copy at the next group meeting!

Just in time for Halloween!

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About jimdjordan

I am a poet / writer with two published volumes of poetry titled "Chasing Emily" and "Dance of the Divine". I also have a children's poem book published called "I Found a Spider In My Shoe". In addition to writing poetry I have published my first novel, a mystery/thriller called "Savage Lust". I'm currently working on my second novel to be called "Bone Digger". You can find all of my books at lulu.com, or through amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. I currently live in Tulsa, Oklahoma with my wife Jan.
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