Sunday, February 14, 2010

How to Catch and Keep a Vampire

What better day that Valentine’s Day to talk about how to catch and keep a vampire? I mean, what more do we need? Valentine’s Day is all about hearts, and hearts pump blood, and blood attracts vampires, and vampires, well, are sexy and dark and brooding and just downright lovable in an evil sort of way.

Perfect. So, how does a woman go about catching and keeping a vampire? I have no clue. But author Diana Laurence does. In fact, she wrote the book on the subject. The book is titled, How to Catch and Keep a Vampire: A Step-by-Step Guide to Loving the Bad and the Beautiful.

And guess what? It is is chockfull of advice on how to do exactly what the title says. There is even a list of Top Ten Vampire Pickup Lines. The book is full of discussions with real vampires, with names like Conner and Gwendolyn and Mordred. Sigh… Yes, Mordred…

So what’s up, really, with this catching and keeping of the vampire thing? Let me just tell you, Diana Laurence must really know her stuff because, well, she’s got a lot of insider info here about hooking up with that vampire of your very own. Get more scoop straight from the author with his quickie interview.





Intrigued? I know you are. Be sure to visit the official How to Catch and Keep a Vampire website. There is so much to explore!

But in case you are not quite exactly convinced, here is a review:

“…a wonderful guide to balancing fantasy and passion with your oridinary life…fun, humorous, and has an underlying mssage that I can definitely get on board with. If you’ve had people poo-poo your vampire passions, this book assures you that are not alone and that your interests are totally normal.” – TrueBloodNet, 10/25/09

Totally cool, huh?

So maybe, on this St. Valentine’s Day, if you are pining away for chocolate or roses or safe, chaste smooches from some safe, chaste guy, you’re really yearning for something dark and delicious and delectably bad—like, maybe, Mordred. Or Colin.

Just one more thing. Be sure to check out the How to Catch and Keep a Vampire Book Trailer.





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Good luck. And if you do catch and keep a vampire of your very own, be sure to tell me about it. I'm bloody fascinated by the subject.
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