"This book is more than just a vampire story. Swaim has used thevampire/horror genre to create this finely tuned Bildungsroman, allowing us to join Sam on his journey of awakening and self-discovery. But Come What May is also a damn good, complex, and sufficiently creepy vampirestory. Swaim's level of writing is rare in the world of self-publishednovels, and this story largely avoids the clichés that can bog downsimilar tales. Sam's world...is complex andengaging - a world worth learning more about in future novels."-Portland Book Review
"Vampire and supernatural books are in demand, however, most have an immature 'Scooby-Doo' like feel about them... This, however, makes use of flashbacks, foreshadowing, and symbolism to provide the reader with an intense, mature read. Forget those vamps that glow in the daylight! This tale of good versus evil is an in depth exploration into human nature."-Rhoda D'Ettore
About the Author
He's currently the Subject MatterExpertfor Intrusion Prevention Systems for a Fortune 50 insurance companylocated in the Midwest. He holds the CISSP certification from ISC2.
When he's notwriting, he's busy repairing guitars for the working bands ofCentral Illinois.