Second in a series, A Dance in Blood Velvet by Freda Warrington is a follow up to A Taste of Blood Wine. Collectively they’re known as The BloodWine series, with two more I’ve yet to read. Let us begin with the simple acknowledgment I look forward to doing so. What is this novel about? In…Continue readingReview: A Dance in Blood Velvet
Blood Brothers. 15 million people are addicted to the mobile video game Blood Brothers. That’s a helluva lot! I came across this game in my cell’s app store on accident and was shocked that a vampire game had SO many players. I think this game just may be worth a play. What do you think?…Continue readingWhat are 15 million Vampire Fans Addicted to?
Go to virtually any bookstore and a seemingly odd decision awaits your eyes. Amid Biography, Western, Romance, Self Help and loads of other genres, two invariably get lumped together–Science Fiction and Fantasy. Yet as fans of either (or both) can tell you, many are the differences between the two. Why then group them together? An…Continue readingScience Fiction Undead
Table top role-playing games are most often recognized in the form of Dungeons & Dragons, even amongst individuals who are regularly involved in this form of gaming and role-playing. It often includes high fantasy adventure with Lord of the Rings-esque plot-lines and characters, involving the fate of the world, a kingdom’s destiny, or a princess…Continue readingVampire Characters: More than Adventurers with Fangs?