Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by timothy, Dec 29, 2010.
I know, I know, I mentioned the stupid Cullen thing, I shall go punish myself accordingly.
Newman turned in the manuscript for Johnny Alucard to his publisher a few weeks back.
Very cool! Thanks for the news. And from Titan, no less.
OMG! That brings back memories!
Here's an obscure one: "The Black Castle" by Les Daniels, one of five featuring the same vampire protagonist. Never found the others,but I did this one. It's set during the Spanish Inquisition, and features a plot twist I won't go into here...
I found that on my nook hd $4.99 added to my ever growing vampire reading pile
Making note of the Black Castle. I am intrgued.
The Les Daniels "Don Sebastian" books are worth checking out. For the record, the sequence is:
The Black Castle, The Silver Skull, Citizen Vampire, Yellow Fog, and No Blood Spilled.
Got to meet kim harrison last week she sighned my nook cover
Picked up affliction by laurell k. Hamilton this week
Saw a new edition of DRACULA CHA CHA CHA (aka JUDGMENT OF TEARS) at a bookstore the other day. (That's the third book in Anno Dracula sequence.)
Johnny Alucard should be coming soon. Been waiting for years.
I have them in my reading pile have yet to get to them.
We are three months away from the vampire academy movie who is planing on seeing it i know I am i loved mortal insturments
I'll wait for the reviews.
Okay two new books came out for me this week
1. The wolves of midwinter by anne rice
2. Revealed by p.c.cast
I've written a play adaptation of LeFanu's Carmilla, and we're having auditions next week in Hollywood!
Excellent send pictures if you can i love that story
I remember that episode. It scared the living crap out of me when I was a kid. I was 9 years old and I thought the Vorvon was the scariest thing I had ever seen.
I totally love Daybreakers, by the way. It may be my favorite portrayal of vampires that I've ever seen. I was intrigued by how a society populated by vampires was so much like ours.
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