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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Weekend Movie Review - Drive

Me and Roger Ebert are no longer friends. He gave this movie a 100 on Metacritic. Since we've been in sync lately, I trusted him. When I was leaving the theatre, a woman was asking everyone how they liked the movie. To my utter shock, all the men said they liked it. I thought, Really??? Did we see the same movie. 'Cuz sure, there was lots of blood and stuff, but during the interminable scenes between the stabbing and shooting, there were long, insufferable stretched of staring. Yes, that's right. No dialougue, just longing looks, questioning looks, stupid looks, bored looks, that just lingered to the point that I wanted to bang my head against the seat just for something interesting to do. And then the ending - utterly, horridly stupid. So that was my one word answer to the woman - it was the stupidest movie I've seen in a very long time. I can't beleive I was duped into paying money to see this. And I never realized there were so many senitive men out there who enjoy hours of longing looks broken up by much too infrequent bursts of grisly gunbattles. My rating - 2 1/2 out of five stars.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Blogging at Vamp Chix on Jan 10th!

Please come join me Jan 10th for my guest blog spot at
I'm giving away a copy of my book to a random winner!


Sharron aka Julianna

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Pros and Cons of being a Vampire

In celebration of release of my book, To Kill a Vampire and since it is a new year and we are all pondering our life choices, I thought this would be the perfect time to debate a very serious topic: The pros and cons of being a vampire.

Think about it - if you woke up with this hot vampire drooling over your throbbing jugular, and they say, "Come join me in the eternal night, or be my tasty one night snack", how would you answer?

I've actually (maybe strangely) contemplated this question for quite a long time, as in a scary, unmentionable number of year, and here are a few of my thoughts:

Immortality! Yeah, baby!
Eternal youth.                                 
Stay up all night, sleep all day.                            
Don't have to worry about muggers, unless they've been eating garlic.                                  
Easy meal planning.                                             

Immortality. Yawn. I mean, how many ways can I wear my hair? And bell bottoms in style again? Really???
Never feeling the sun on my skin again.
Drinking blood to survive. Yuck. 
Eternal Youth. "Are you seriously carding me? I'm like one hundred and twelve."
Your friends start looking like dinner.

I could go on...and on, but I'd love to hear some of your thoughts!

Friday, February 12, 2010


My vampire protectors kept me safe while I regained my strength. One dark haired hottie - Eclipse - offered to turn me. I have to admit, it was tempting. But I came here to write their story, not become a part of it. Though of course I told him there were other ways to make me feel better... Anyway, it's time to get back to the trenches. Aurora just returned with a wounded warrior. She says Ammon's army is closing in and they're about to raise the last of the seven. We need to get the hell out of here, and fast. Regroup and come up with a counter strategy. Talk to you all soon - I hope!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Did you know you can get a cold AND flu at the same time???

Neither did I. Bad enough I have to dodge all those fangs, but I've been down and out the last seven days with a double whammy. Ugh! BUT... with all this thinking time, I've come up with a new bumpersticker for all my GOOD vampire friends.

"Good people suck, bad people spit" You think it'ss catch on? Or is my brain still fried from the germs?

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Back from the shadows

Phew, I barely made it out with my life. The Church of the Damned are particulary frenzied during times of Christian and Pagan holidays. As you all know, vampires are tricky little demons. Everyone of them too gorgeous for words, and they smell good enough to eat! (Ironic, right?) Battles are raging everywhere, right under our noses. So keep a sharp eye out for a sharp tooth, and if some god-like man sweeps you into his arms, crooning with a voice that would make angels weep and oozing that smell  that makes you just want to lick his...well, you get the idea. If you meet up with one of them, run like hell!!! I'm off now, there's a deadly tangle happening in south Paris and the good vampires need my help. (you know, the one's who want to save our sorry human asses) I'll be back soon to keep you updated. More than ever it's important to stay alert and until next time, stay safe.

Monday, November 23, 2009

History of the Vampires

Long before civilized man began murdering each other in the name of their Gods, there existed lesser Gods - the first Gods. Worshiped by ancient Egyptians, each for special powers. Like any Gods they grew jealous when mens attentions turned elsewhere and their statues and reliefs buried in sand and dust.
Many Gods faded from existance, needing their worshipers to keep them alive.
Others dwelled in darkness, their hatred of mankind burning and growing until revenge forged solidly in their brains. For all they had given to man, so they would take it away. Free will. Pleasures of the flesh. Experiencing the warmth of the sun on their faces. Children, love, respect.
The Gods take the lives of men, thrusting themselves into their mortal bodies. With bloodlust born of hatred, they use these bodies to murder, to rape, to wreak carnage. And to their delight, once bitten, a mortal forced to drink their tainted blood would soon be possessed by a hungry, waiting demon forever. Unnatural, immortal beings now roamed the earth, in constant struggle with their burning thirst for blood and their lingering humanity. These creatures became known to future generations of vampire as The Ancients.