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Rejected Book Plots

Not every book can be the next Twilight

Mrs. Biggins speaks out against necrophilia through vampire obsession.

“Webster Dictionary defines Necrophilia as:  obsession with and usually erotic interest in or stimulation by corpses. So riddle me this parents, why are we allowing our children to become obsessed with necrophilia via the love of vampires? It is an epidemic and must be stopped!”

Mrs. Biggins was the head of the Parents In the Aware council or PITA and her latest crusade was against vampires. Her daughter, Penelope age 13, was obsessed with Twilight and anything vampire related. She knew she needed to step up and do something to keep her child innocent. Being on the PITA council for the last ten years she knew throwing around the term “necrophilia” would get their panties in a bunch. What Biggins didn’t count on was the teenage revolt that was about to take place.

Can a bunch of adolescent teens on a quest change the mind of parents who just don’t understand? Will Becca literally die if she can’t watch Twilight anymore?

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