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Random musings on Dracula

Those who know me know that I have a soft spot for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Some folks think Keanu Reeves somehow diminishes it (and I will say that when you have Cary Elwes, Gary Oldman and Anthony Hopkins surrounding him, he does seem a bit small and wee), but I still adore the film and don’t know that anyone else has done it better. 397 more words

“I would not suffer anyone to endure the path I walk. My road must always be traveled alone.”

The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa // ☆☆☆☆1/2

“To survive in a ruined world, she must embrace the darkness…

Allison Sekemoto survives in the Fringe, the outermost circle of a walled-in city. 757 more words

The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness

Reviewed by: Brittany Morgan

Diana Biship and Matthew de Clairmont are dealing with the consequences of their quest for what vampires refer to as the Book of Life or Ashmole 782, according to witches. 398 more words

Book Reviews

B.O.S.S. -- Ambrosia, Part 19

Moving along with Ambrosia things heat up.   Or do they cool down?

Part 19 – Inherited Will

Nell stood in the city center of Terra, atop a simple wooden stage.  1,622 more words

Writing

The Blood and the Cauldron – Part 1

Karen Soutar, is an awesome writer. Her vampires are smexy to the extreme. This installment is tame, but just keep coming back. Tomorrow’s installment is as hot as an Arizona summer. 1,179 more words

Book 18: The Historian

          Vampires in literature have gone through the wringer over the past several years as authors have done their best to squeeze every last bit of creativity from the these undead monsters. 586 more words

Philosophy & The Finer Things

Sleeping with the Entity

Daniella Delaney wanted to make cupcakes and make her store successful but one man was making it very difficult, Nick St. George. He did not make her feel welcomed and wanted her gone.

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Thoughts On Books