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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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Having “The Talk” and Vampires Babies

What’s better than a 200 year old Regency vampire, a Jewish vampire hunter, and a clueless son? A vampire/human grand baby or death, of course.  Admittedly, I was skeptical of Jane Goes Batty. But I came around for most of the book. The dialogue, sharp and pointed, the characters more fleshed out and alive or […]

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