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Happy Holidays Book Giveaway from Vampires.com!

Because we love our readers so much (and because I am a bibliophile with multiple copies of the same vampire books) we are having a Happy Holidays vampire book giveaway! Woot! One of you lucky readers will win their very own copy of Vampireology: The True History of the Fallen, which is quiet possibly the most entertaining vampire books ever. See the book description and the giveaway details below!

The Ologies are a series of beautifully illustrated fantasy books presented in a fictional encyclopedic manner. They are meant to look like a real diary or old journal. They have actual hand written notes, slots filled with goodies, real “dragon skin” to feel and more. You may have read some of the others like Dragonology, Pirateology, Wizardology – but none are quite like Vampireology.

Explore (if you dare) the true history of the Fallen Ones — and follow the fate of a 1920s investigator lured by a beauty with violet eyes.

Long before the term vampire was born, long before Bram Stoker fictionalized this being’s ways, blood-drinking demons were banished to Earth by Michael’s host of Angels, or so the Bible describes. Now this rich, mesmerizing resource, written in 1900, sheds light on what happened hence to the three vampire bloodlines — especially the tortured souls known as the Belial. Interspersed are booklets, flaps, and letters between a young paranormal researcher who discovered the book in the 1920s and an oddly alluring woman who seeks his help. Among the phenomena explored are:

  • vampires’ genealogical origins, attributes, and range
  • myths about the making of vampires
  • secrets of vampires’ powers and shape-shifting skills
  • tips for spotting vampires, protecting oneself, and fighting back
  • case studies of famous vampires — and vampire hunters — through history
  • a shocking overview of vampires “living” among us

Fun, right? And it could be all yours!

GIVEAWAY DETAILS
We’re doing this giveaway a bit differently than past giveaways. As many of you know, we have a Vampires.com Facebook Page, and every time we post an article here it also gets posted on Facebook where readers can “like” or “share” that post. Well, today we’re having a SHARE giveaway. Head to this post on Facebook and click “share” to share it with your friends. I will pick one winner from the list of those who have shared (your share has to be public otherwise I can’t see it) and they will win the awesome Vampireology book. I will pick that lucky winner on December 16, 2012 and contact them via Facebook for their prize.
(US Residents only – Sorry!)

Added note: the winner has 48 hours to respond, if they don’t within that time then the book goes to someone else, so make sure to check Facebook.

So share the news and enter in to win your very own copy of this amazing and gorgeous book!

– Moonlight

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Moonlight • December 10, 2012


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  7. Novus Vox Vampirum December 11, 2012 - 1:04 am Reply

    If you don’t have “Vampireology” already, enter this contest! =^D

  8. Mari Nieves December 11, 2012 - 5:59 am Reply

    Done! I´d love to get that book, I have lots and lots of vampire books but I don´t have that one, it seems very good! :D

  9. Linsey Pierce Renyer
  10. Mari Nieves December 11, 2012 - 8:04 am Reply

    only US residents? :(( good luck to the rest!

    • Moonlight December 11, 2012 - 1:26 pm Reply

      Sorry :( It’s a huge book and that costs a fortune to ship. Next book giveaway will be for everyone, promise :)

  11. Linsey Pierce Renyer
  12. CountessJJ December 16, 2012 - 9:55 pm Reply

    Its ok that’s It’s only for US residents because I already own it :p

  13. Scarlette DNoire

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