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The Blank Slate Theory. Or: Why vampires and near human monsters are so damn interesting

Before I sold VampCon to Greyhart Press, I had already approached a ┬ánumber of literary agents about the novel. A few of them really liked the story, but felt that they could not represent VampCon because the big publishing houses … Continue reading

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7 Interesting Facts About the Original Novel of Dracula

Dracula may not have been the first vampire story, but it blended elements of myth, legend, drama, horror and romance (and a distinctly British perspective) to create the modern vampire novel. Interestingly, however, many people have not actually read the … Continue reading

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