Vampires Still Live With Best Fantasy Stories

| April 9, 2008


When I was younger I went through a period of time where I read all of the Anne Rice books. I was especially fond of the Vampire Lestat series. I even had the graphic novels which were like wonderfully illustrated comic books.

I remember when growing up in the 70s I graduated from Saturday morning cartoons to the scary movies you could see on Saturday afternoons. My favorite ones were the vampire movies. I also discovered that the really good vampire movies were usually on at 3:00 am.  Apparently the racier stuff was reserved for insomniacs.

I have recently discovered that there is a whole genre of books containing vampires, mysteries and cool heroines. I wouldn’t have known these books exist or which ones to pick without discovering Best Fantasy Stories. If your interested in this genre or think you might be, Best Fantasy Stories is definitely the place to start.

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  1. FantasyGirl says:

    Thank you so much for the mention and the link to the site. I read urban fantasy books all the time and write reviews each week. I have lots of cool contests in the works so readers should visit often – or subscribe to the feed. :)

    Thanks again!

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  2. Emma says:

    My pleasure FantasyGirl. :smile:

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  4. yeah anne rice, my bestfriend’s got a whole collection of it!

  5. I like reading “Vampire Romance Books”…

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