Jeanne C. Stein
The UNOFFICIAL Biography
Since this is unofficial I see no reason not to tell all the truth.
What would you expect if you lived next door to someone who writes Vampire Novels? Well Jeanne is my next door neighbor and I can tell a lot, so I will. I know you will be disappointed because the world likes people who are sensational and not just nice regular people.
She and her husband are absolutely nothing like you would expect. They are quiet mild people and great friends. Mostly. There have been the occasional rare instance of Jeanne out in her front yard at 1:22 am (according to the police report) in her pajamas, shouting unintelligible obscenities at a neighbor's barking dog. Still that was only one instance. And I am sure that when that particular dog eventually disappeared, it had absolutely nothing whatever to do with the odd cooking odors coming from the grill in the backyard. I know they like salmon so that is probably what it was.
Once people find out that she is a "vampire writer" it is a foregone conclusion that rumors will surface, and I am here to put an end to these vicious mumblings.
The first rumor that needs addressing is that she is a vampire. This is absolutely untrue. According to the people in her kick-boxing group, she is usually very gentle and controlled. I was told this directly by the man with the neck brace. He should know because she was the last person he trained with before he had to go to the emergency room for what we were told was a kidney stone.
I find it even more deplorable that because she is becoming known as a "vampire writer" her earlier history is being called into question. I believe it is terrible the things the supermarket tabloids say about people. The idea that she was born in a cave by the ocean (which will appear in her next book) is as clear a case of irresponsible reporting as the article stating that Bill Clinton had sex with that girl, Monique or whatever.
She lived for years in San Diego and there is no reason (despite rumors that continue to circulate) to believe that she found it necessary to move. The San Diego police have no records that they will share with civilians, but I heard the desk sergeant say something faintly like, "..dogs missing..". Certainly nothing there.
So there you have it! There is nothing you can do to ever convince me that these are not some of the nicest people you'll ever meet. End of statement. Gotta go, I hear a dog barking.....
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