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To begin with, it is a toy and an amusement; then it becomes a mistress, and then it becomes a master, and then a tyrant. The irony of a physician who specializes in blood disease creating a series of vampire novels has been remarked upon by roughly every person I have ever met. The creative arts have always fascinated me, and I have dabbled in various media from poetry to prose, film photography to digital design. This is my first attempt at writing long-form fiction, from a story that has been kicking around in my head for the last ten years or so. Why vampires? Because Joss Whedon made them popular back then, just like Stephanie Meyer has now.
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Ten Good Vampire Books
Ten Good Vampire Books – Spellbound Scribes
I liked the story and the characters and would definitely recommend it to others. Cheryl Thomas I absolutely loved this book! I'm going to be very honest about this. I had no idea what I was getting into. I see the word vampire and I click. I didn't know this was basically porn.
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Toothless Vampires and the Holy Grail (Book Review)
Vampires are done. But if you like a good vampire story, you like a good vampire story. I almost talked myself into a one-click a couple months ago, and have moved the sample up to the top of my TBR list. I like the premise — centuries-old vampire and art historian searching for the same document and maybe or not falling in love — but some of the reviews have some pretty harsh things to say about the relationship, highlighting manipulation and dub-con. His boyfriend Gabe is a vampire hunter — therefore instant conflict — and the path these two take to get together is a lot of fun.
Marginalized groups were finally shaping their own narratives, from Selma to Stonewall, and power brokers had no choice but to take notice. So why not other excluded individuals and communities: the vampire, the monster, the killer, the madwoman in the attic? These outsiders also had their stories to tell, and the novelists of the era were determined to give them a soapbox.
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