It’s that time again! The time to take a peek at all of the fangtastic vampire books coming out this month! Woot! Sadly, there aren’t many vampire books being released this December. But worry not, a few of them sound excellent, so this month isn’t a total downer. (Click titles to view on Amazon) Interdisciplinary…Continue readingVampire Books Coming December 2011
Vampire romance is in the air due to the recent release of the latest Twilight film, and that means we’ve got loads of love-hungry vampire fans looking for passionate stories to fall deeply into. Now, you could read Twilight for the hundredth time, or you can check out one of the young adult books listed…Continue readingYoung Adult Romance Novels For Love-Struck Vampire Fans
Richelle Mead is one of the most beloved of all young adult vampire authors, especially here on Vampires.com where she has a massive fan base. Readers are constantly asking about the latest news on Bloodlines, the spinoff series to the bestselling Vampire Academy novels, and at long last I finally have news! Hurray! Information on…Continue readingRichelle Mead’s ‘The Golden Lily’ Release Date Revealed!
It’s book time! There are lots of fangtastic books hitting stores this month, and I mean lots. Hurray! Here’s a look at all of the vampire books coming out this August. (Click titles to view on Amazon) Helter Skelter by Bryan Cassiday An anthology that features a wide assortment of horror tales written by Bryan…Continue readingVampire Books Coming August 2011
Richelle Mead is definitely not a woman that needs an introduction. As the author of the widely popular Vampire Academy series, she is known to nearly every vampire fan out there. I was lucky enough to chat with Richelle on the end of Vampire Academy, the beginning of Bloodines, and much more! Many of our…Continue readingExclusive Interview with Richelle Mead!
Last week I wrote about the end of Richelle Mead’s incredibly popular Vampire Academy series, and you guys were pretty bummed that it was all over. Well I’ve got some great news for the VA fans out there! Not only do you have Bloodlines to look forward to (read about that here) but you also…Continue readingVampire Academy Graphic Novel Coming Next Year!
Richelle Mead is the author of the incredibly popular Vampire Academy series, which just concluded this week with the sixth book, Last Sacrifice. But don’t worry VA fans, Richelle is planning a spin-off series titled Bloodlines. Read on for info on this new series and Mead’s thoughts on ending Vampire Academy. In an interview with…Continue readingRichelle Mead Ends ‘Vampire Academy’ & Begins ‘Bloodlines’
It’s the beginning of a brand new month my lovelies! Which means it’s time to take a look at the glorious fang-filled books coming out this month! The best part is that it’s December, which means that you can totally ask for these books for Christmas! Win! Here’s a list of a few of the…Continue readingVampire Books Coming December 2010
The YA vampire series, Vampire Academy, by Richelle Mead, has it all; action, romance, hot young vampires, and even some evil vampire action for the classicists in the audience. Plus, there are some nifty references to actual vampire folklore, –you don’t see much of that anymore, –with the evil Strigoi, and the happy-go-lucky Moroi. There…Continue readingVampire Academy Film is On Its Way! Woot!
Vampires are everywhere nowadays, especially in young adult fiction. You’ve got a large selection of vampire series to choose from, but which one is your favorite? Check out the list below and let us know which one you love the most. Or if I forgot one, let your voice be heard and fill me in.…Continue readingWhat’s Your Favorite YA Vampire Series?
Immortal: Love Stories With Bite is a collection of short stories about vampire romance written by some of today’s most popular young adult authors. Cynthia Leitich Smith’s Haunted Love: A story about a love triangle between a girl, a vampire and a ghost. This story wasn’t exactly bad but it wasn’t good either, it was…Continue reading‘Immortal: Love Stories With Bite’ Review