|Pitt as Anne Rice's Louis, 90's Hot|
|Please don't suck my blood. Seriously.|
|Sparkles = Lust?|
Granted, 30 Days of Night vampires are very unappealing, but with a film like that, the vampire represents something else. When a vampire is not sexual, it often becomes a thinking, calculating killer. Unlike a mindless eating zombie, that kind of vampire speaks to other things in our society that are dark, dangerous, and definitely--as Paris Hilton might have said--not hot. The vampires we often love represent ideals that are both physical and emotional. Immortal love with a really good looking person. Sounds good.
To celebrate our lusty vampires, I am offering a little give-away that will run from February 12th-February 19th. If you would like to be considered to win my Vampire Prize Pack, you need to do two things:
1) Sign in so we know your name, and in the comments section below this post, comment with one or the other: Sparkles! or No Sparkles!
2) Sign up to "Follow" this blog.
It's that simple! On 11:59pm of the 19th, I will randomly choose a winner of the Vampire Prize Pack which will include all of the nifty items listed below:
1 DVD Collector's Edition of Bram Stoker's Dracula
1 Tarot of the Vampyres Kit by Ian Daniels
1 autographed copy of "The Harvesting" by Melanie Karsak! (yes, vampires!)
Be sure to visit all the blogs participating in the hop on the linky list to the right. And special thanks to paranormal romance authors Felicity Heaton, Caris Roane and H. D. Thomson for organizing this hop!