Interview with the Vampire… Obsessed Girl

I have been fascinated with the idea of vampires since I was an itty bitty weird girl checking out books on the supernatural and mythology from my elementary school library. Beautiful immortal beings who feed on blood, what’s not to love? I loved to read about the mythologies that lead to the idea, the legends and especially the amazing fiction about vampires that are available for teens and adults who love them. Here are some of my favorite books, or at least some of the most memorable to me.

The Silver Kiss – Annette Curtis Klause: I remember reading this at 10 or so and loving it. I have read it again as an adult and it is still pretty good. It features a vampire child, which is super creepy, and a lightly goth over tone. The ending made me cry.

Lost Souls – Poppy Z Brite: An interesting book that presents a very different idea of how vampires are created.

Interview with the Vampire/ The Vampire Chronicles – Anne Rice: She rewrote the genre. Lestat is pure wickedness. I once used a monologue from Queen of the Damned for an audition piece.

Dracula – Bram Stoker: The original. Renfield is the creepiest. Lucy is heartbreaking. And Mina is a goth girls dream.

The Hollows/ Rachel Morgan books – Kim Harrison: Rachel is a witch and a bad ass. Her roomate Ivy is a Vampire. They live in a church. Chaos ensues.

That is what I can think of off the top of my head. Do you have a favorite vampire book?

3 comments

  1. I love the Rachel Morgan books! The Hollows series is one of the things hubby and I share a love of.

    If you like a different take on the whole vampire thing, and don’t object to definitely adult scenes in your books, you should check out Lynsay Sands’ Argeneau Vampire series. It’s another hubby and I share a love of.

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