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Step Carefully for the Night Is Dark

Kylie Porter needs a break. Novacore VR's Eternal Night is it - the VR vampire game that her editor wants her to write about. But she's not a gamer, so she's going to have to learn to fake it for her article. With a little help.

Johnathan Masters is that help. An old friend who is doing her a favour, he's a lot more confident and good looking in the game, even if they've both touched themselves up. But she's a professional and this is just a game.

None of it's really real? Is it?

First Steps into the Night is a vampire LitRPG short story (approximately 10k long), written by Tao Wong, the author of the System Apocalypse, Hidden Wishes and A Thousand Li series. It is not a fade-to-black story, set in a VR vampire MMORPG.

©2020 Tao Wong (P)2021 Tao Wong

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  • Matt Pena
  • 20-02-2021

Another paranormal romance

I was very excited when I saw one of my favorite authors writing a vampire litrpg. But this really should just fall into paranormal romance. I can't cast blame him,the romance genre is where the money is at and I wish him success. I enjoyed the writing but the aspects that make a good litrpg were extremely light. I feel the intrigue was good and the taste of the world is interesting enough to have people wanting more. But for me this is just another paranormal romance and not something I would sink my fangs into. I'm just not the audience for paranormal romance but would have been down for a litrpg vampire series as we don't currently have one on the market.

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