This is the THIRD and most recent edition. Lure of the Vampire is a pop culture reference book that takes you on a journey through the mythology and history of the monstrous vampires – through the romantic and, at times, scary vampires in movies, television, and books. Included in this definitive guide are interviews with “real” vampires and an extensive bibliography, lists, and websites for readers to continue their journey long after they have read the book. The author discusses a variety of vampire-related topics, such as why vampires are currently so “gentle” in movies, such as Twilight, compared to classics such as Dracula, and why women are lured to the “vampire boyfriend” and read every romance book about these bad boys that they can get their hands on. Lure of the Vampire provides the readers with clear cut sections beginning with the mythology of the vampire and going next to history, literature, movies, recreation, websites, and to modern times where the author interviews real life vampires. This is the third and final updated edition of this book. The previous editions have won multiple awards including Amazon and Kindle Best Seller in pop culture and reference categories. Her vampire live action role playing character was used by Elizabeth Loraine in collaboration on a fiction novella, titled Lillian: A Vampire’s Story which is available at the end of this book for free!
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Bertena Varney is a sociology professor at Southcentral Community College in Bowling Green, KY. She holds masters degrees in sociology, criminology, social science and education. She was named to the Top Women in Horror in 2012 by Venom and Honey and Blaze McRob's Tales of Terrors in 2014 and has been nicknamed the Vampire Professor. She is an Amazon and Kindle Bestselling author of Lure of the Vampire and Lure of the Vampire: Revamped. She is also contributor to Vampire News: 2011, 2012, and 2013 edition, Vampires: Romance to Rippers Vol. 1 and 2, and The Witching Hour and Sirens Compendiums. She is also the Examiner.com expert on True Blood, vampires, television, movies, and more. Her role playing character was used by Elizabeth Loraine in collaboration on a fiction novella, titled Lillian: A Vampire's Story which is available at the end of this book for free! Thanks to Scarlette D' Noire and Indie House Publishing for Publishing the book, Patti Roberts for the awesome cover, and BZ Hercules for editing and formatting.
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