Renfield On The Champs-Élysées In Paris

February 19, 2014 at 8:08 pm (Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Renfield On The Champs-Élysées In Paris

Having worked his way from the beaches of Normandy where he had landed in France, Renfield R. Renfield was now sitting in a cafe along the Champs-Élysées drinking cafe au lait and having oral surgery performed on a certain part of his anatomy by a tres belle Madame de le soir as he attempted to sketch a Toulouse-Lautrec like drawing of Parisienne nightlife sur la table.

Just then his iPhone went off at about the same time as he did.

It was Dr. Cadbury Rocher (the chief sanity challenged scientist at his boss’ Set Enterprises Laboratories) calling.

Apparently Julius the genetic hybrid T-Rex giraffe (he was mainly giraffe but he had a touch of prehistoric T-Rex dinosaur DNA which gave him ferocious razor like teeth) who was Set Enterprises Laboratories’ chief watch “dog” and security guard had screwed up badly on the job last night in a highly embarrassing incident involving Nabisco Barnum’s Animal Crackers.

Renfield went ballistic when Dr. Rocher explained what happened.

“You can tell that crazy giraffe who’s a walking advertisement for the benefits of prehistoric dentistry that if he ever pulls a stunt like that again,” Renfield foamed, “I’m going to send him to a Danish zoo.”

A ferocious roar that could be heard in the background suddenly turned into a whimper when Renfield shouted those last words into the phone.

To be continued.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Wednesday February 19th
2014.

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2 Comments

  1. Mike said,

    An epic opening line – powerful DVH

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