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A Bloody Tall Tale

To Henry Sturges: Vampire at Large, I have recently read Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith, in which documented your significant role in helping to train one of America’s greatest presidents to survive and slay vampires. I found it a compelling tale, a wonderful mix of verifiable facts and the before untold involvement of vampires in […]

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Because History is Bloody

Greetings Dark Readers, While Regency literature with and without mayhem may be our primary focus it is not our only interest. In fact, as I’m sure you have noticed, we take a particular delight in that dark mayhem that comes with the introduction of creatures of nightmares into a world typically well ordered. Keeping up […]

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Interview: Wayne Josephson

We asked Wayne Josephson about Emma, vampires, and writing, and today he answers those questions. Be sure to check out his guest post featured last week for a chance to win an autographed copy of Emma and the Vampires, this month’s featured selection.  Other than Emma Woodhouse, which character did you enjoy developing to live in this […]

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Interview: Colette Saucier

Today we are pleased to have the opportunity to pose our own questions to Colette Saucier who has graciously agreed to answer.  What was the most challenging aspect of writing Pulse and Prejudice? Although some of the hours upon hours of historical research could be dull and trying, the most challenging aspect was ensuring that […]

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Darcy, Byron, and Vampires

Today we are pleased to welcome Colette Saucier author of this month’s feature Pulse and Prejudice to talk about how she came to quicken our pulses with the presence of vampires. Be sure to enter for a chance to win an autographed copy for yourself!   In this, the bicentennial anniversary of what is arguably the […]

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