Like most of us, I [believed] that Bela Lugosi’s Count Dracula represented the original vampire of myth and legend. It was only later as I read more novels, more folklore . . . that I discovered how wrong we all were!
I grew up loving vampires in film and fiction. How grand it was to face the most powerful, fearsome creatures in history from the safety of my chair. They outwitted their enemies . . . They got the girl.
Last year, while looking for a relevant picture to include in my September 22, 2013 blog post about the connection between vampires and sleep paralysis, I came across this impressive artwork in Google Images
Vampyre music is some of the strangest music I have ever heard. In my mundane element, I am strictly a jazz enthusiast but when . . . writing this article . . . my vampiric element loved a far broader selection of music.
. . . when I was in high school I . . . picked up a copy of “The Vampire Lestat” and immediately fell in love with her characters, New Orleans, and the entire ambiance of the vampire world she so brilliantly portrayed.
There’s something captivating about vampire kids . . . With that in mind, I thought I’d share a few pics from my friend’s Facebook account . . . Earlier today, I asked her why she went about collecting these images.
Would I have ever thought that I would write a book? No way! Not me! That’s what I used to think until I found the darkness…or maybe it found me? . . . Who am I? My name is Gabriel Adams and I write vampire stories.