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V is for...Vampire Brides

In the moonlight opposite me were three young women, ladies by their dress and manner . . . they threw no shadow on the floor .

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Part Time Monster

Invitation To A Funeral

Dracula author Bram Stoker died 103 years ago on May 20th. Twice a year, on Bram’s birthday and death day, I think about the author and his infamous vampire creation Count Dracula; two of the greatest influences on my life. 555 more words

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The Count...

Nope not that Count, this Count…

I hope this gives you a hint as to what my next post will be about. My last post about a possible destination was about Bucharest, which if you did not know is in Romania. 326 more words

The Green Book 5


“In Ireland we have a national apathy about literature . . . It began to descend on us after we became self-governing; before that we were imaginative dreamers.” 1,021 more words

Irish Authors

1912 – Death of Dublin writer Bram Stoker, creator of Dracula.

Death of novelist Bram Stoker (b. 1847), author of Dracula which was first published in 1897. Born in Dublin, Stoker was bed-ridden for much of his childhood, but lived a relatively healthy life during his adulthood. 47 more words

Irish History

Throwback Trailer: Dracula's Daughter (1936)

Although Count Dracula was destroyed by Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan), who is now being tried for his murder, Dracula’s daughter, the Countess Marya Zaleska (Gloria Holden), is still alive — and her father’s death has brought her no closer to eradicating her vampiric thirst for blood. 36 more words

Throwback Trailer

[Review] Bram Stoker's Dracula

I bought Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Centennial Edition published by Signet Classic on 12th October 2014 – I know because there was a meeting a Kinokuniya, and I kept the receipt as a bookmark. 2,139 more words