. . . 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.
I . . . was quite pleased to see [Anthony] made a resolution to be more active on his site . . . at the end of the post he asked for suggestions . . . The following are my suggestions . . . I went a little overboard
. . . it didn’t take long for a response on idea[s] for this website! Here’s what website member Erin Chapman suggested . . . an intriguing idea . . . And I must admit, I do like the idea of a regular feature.
Here’s to a safe, happy and prosperous 2014! Blessings to all of you. Despite the quiet spell—I’ve been busy with a lotta things!—this site will thrive in the year to come. You can also submit your own posts here, too.
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.
Have you got a vampire-related book or film to promote? A project? Website, blog? Why not write about it here? First step: join the site. Note: no press releases. Unique content only. I’m looking for a personal touch.
The [“IndieJudge”] vampire edition is released today for your reading pleasure! It combines film, television, and vampire lore and legend . . . brief popular culture criticism and review of the cult of the vampires
Welcome to Vampirologist.com. This website is a spin-off from my Facebook group, “The Vampirologist”, which, in turn, spun-off from my blog of the same name. So what’s this site’s purpose? And what’s a “vampirologist”?