The Vampire Goes To The Dentist — Does your child have fear of monsters? the dentist? Vampires?
We interviewed Jake Vamp the author of the children’s book The Vampire Goes To The Dentist, this is a twenty-four page illustrated book that helps children cope with their fear of the dentist while introducing children to non-gore horror which may also help alleviate any fears the child may have about monsters such as vampires. I first seen the posting about the book on the social media application ‘Slasher’ when Jake Vamp posted that he had made a children’s book about vampires and the dentist, I thought at first that it was a meme or a joke posting as much of the content on slasher is meme’s. I reached out to Jake Vamp asking him to clarify if the book was real and if he had wrote The Vampire Goes To The Dentist which leads us to this interview.
Here is what Jake had to say to us when I asked for a horror facts exclusive interview.
I asked Jake if this was his first book.
Can you tell me what the book is about?
How did the book work out for you? did the book have the desired effect?
I learned that Jake has an autistic son and suddenly the thought of the book made much more sense to me. My heart went out to the both of them and I decided that this book deserved to be seen by as many people as possible as this was a book created out of love for Jake’s autistic son.
Do you have any other books in the works?
Where can people purchase your book?
Jake and I talked about the in’s and outs of publishing a book the hardships that come with it and how he learned so much from his publishing experience. I think that Jake is an amazing person and that his idea to incorporate horror and children’s books is original and worthy of a digital download if you are interested The Vampire Goes To The Dentist is only five bucks on Amazon and you will be helping support Jake’s independent horror books as well as his family.
On behalf of HorrorFACTS.com I want to thank you Jake Vamp for your work and all the love you send back to the horror genre community.
Last Updated on May 15, 2020 by Horror Facts