Martin Kukk-Gronbjerg has lived in several different countries (Estonia, Russia, Sweden, and Denmark) as the son of a Danish Diplomat. He has completed his new book “True Story of Dracula”: a riveting tale that details a universe similar to our own, but in which Dracula actually existed.
According to Kukk-Gronbjerg, "(I) became an author with the passing of (my) mother in 2006. The first book (I) published was an autobiography called 'The Truth Is Too Brutal to Be Reality' in 2008. It was about the months that followed the passing of (my) mother. Once (my) first book (was) published, (I) began with (my) new project of writing a book about Dracula and enjoyed the challenge of switching gears to write a fictional work."
Martin Kukk-Gronbjerg's thrilling work follows a class from California traveling to Romania on a research trip. As they soon discover, what began as a research trip turns into a getaway trip.
Martin Kukk-Gronbjerg's gives each character a great deal of depth so that the reader can anticipate how different characters would likely react or act under certain situations, both the humans and the vampires. This tale leaves opportunity with so many well-developed characters to possibly expand this universe with additional books focusing on any number of characters.
Readers who wish to experience this enthralling work can purchase "True Story of Dracula" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
Back Stage About True Story of Dracula
One of the things I am hoping for with the forum is to get insight into the mind of the reader. In regard to what do you find most noteworthy?
Why am Martin Kukk-Gronbjerg's bringing it up?
It is because Martin Kukk-Gronbjerg's would like to know is it possible that Martin Kukk-Gronbjerg can combine some of the things that he received as comments into the movie.
Hopefully, you will read the whole book and therefore can outline some conclusions.
One conclusion would be it is almost 100% impossible to make it into a series because it would simply be too lame to have a single day in several episodes. So I am hoping I can get to learn what really interests my readers and what would they love to see in a film. Before eventually selling the movie rights.
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