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Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Review Vampires Romance to Rippers an Anthology of Tasty Stories, #1

REVIEW:

Vampires ... No matter that are still some people who say that the subject is for girlies and youths, for the ones without other loftier preoccupations, it cannot be denied that people were fascinated by the existence of these supernatural beings not only from the ancient times, but from the whole surface of the earth, and the scientific discoveries have not diminished it at all. Maybe is about the eternal life (immortality?), or the power over others, sensuality till paroxysm, or just the unknown of everything that is hidden in the night? From personalities and artists that you cannot deny their value and knowledge to the devourers of commercial literature, we are all somehow drawn to this mystery.

For those who have not yet discovered the crimson taste of the myth, Vampire Romance to Rippers comes to meet them.

The anthology was well thought out and organized. It begins with an essay that will give to both, beginners and versatile readers of Urban Fantasy, benchmarks regarding the vampire literary approaches, but also provides some (very briefly, but no less welcome) information about the earliest historical mentions of the myth.

The following texts come to exemplify those said in the first work. Benefiting by the works of some known and awarded authors, but also of some younger (literary age) ones, you will get a glimpse of the vampire in its various classical and modern states. The variety of the typologies, the vampire in love, the misfit, the beast, but also the punisher, the tormented or satisfied with what it became, the one in the change phase that vampirism involves, offers great chances for every reader to find something for his taste. You’ll not miss the passion, the despair, nor the massacre, the blood in waves, the good intentions or redemption. It is something for everyone, even poetry.

Featuring short stories or excerpts from novels or larger works, the anthology is able to fulfill its purpose: to spell you and drag you into the dark (or not so much) world of vampires.

Description:

Vampires! Sixteen authors give you a glimpse into the dark worlds of lost love, murderous rage, and undeniable sex appeal where deadly quests and blood lust spanning centuries of time reign supreme. Explore some of the most unique vampires to exist on this side of the grave. 

Essays, excerpts, and short stories from award winning authors Karen Dales, Kurt Kamm, Bertena Varney and more. They will entertain you, thrill you, and bewilder you as they reveal the dark secrets of the most beloved creatures of the night, including eleven times bestselling author Terri Reid, creator of the Mary O’Reilly Series. 

So, which will it be: the romantic vampire, the revenant vampire, the elemental, the fanged vampire, or the mythological female vampire? Begin reading and find out.



About the author:
Originally from Chicago Scarlette D’Noire is an American author currently residing in Florida with her husband and two furry children.

A lover of all things vampire, Scarlette has published two books, Vampires Romance to Rippers Series an Anthology of Tasty Stories, and Vampires Romance to Rippers Series an Anthology of Risqué Stories with several outstanding authors. She is currently writing two books in the Vampire Historia a Series of Revelations, collections: Nicolai's Fate and Delano’s Undoing. Scarlette D’Noire is a nom de plume used to protect the true identity of the author so she may bring Vampire Historia a Series of Revelations to light without consequences.

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13 comments:

Laura Enright said...

Glad you liked the anthology. Thanks for the wonderful review. It was a fun project to be involved with. A lot of great authors.

Bertena Varney said...

Wow.. thanks for the great review. I wrote the introduction... can every one here tell me which type of vampire that you like the best? I am so interested in knowing:)

KIM TALBOT said...

If this review doesn't at least pique the interest, what will it take?

Carole Gill said...

Thank you so much for hosting our tour and for your review!

Laura Enright said...

I like all sorts of vampires, Bertena. Good, evil, sexy, monstrous, etc. I think it depends on the story. But I'm drawn to writing stories where this was once a human being whose life is instantly transformed into something wildly different and how he or she has to deal with that. Whether it be giving up their old lives or trying to keep their old lives and function as their new selves in their old world. What would you do? How do you reconcile who you are with what you've become? Or do you?

Scarlette DNoire said...

Thank you so much for the awesome review. Each and every author involved gives so much of their talent in the stories. It was a true joy to work with them.

BellaDonna Drakul said...

Thank you for having us as guests and it has truly been a pleasure working with my fellow authors. :)

Daniela Ella said...

I love vampires so much and is interesting to read about them. There is so much to say about them, and I like that there are more and more books with vampires.

Cher Garman said...

It certainly leaves the reader wanting more, that's for sure!

Audrey A'Cladh said...

Greetings! I am the author of the poem included with all these wonderful writers!

JB Stilwell said...

What a great review! So glad that you enjoy it. Fang on! v--v

Scarlette DNoire said...

If you want to join some fun check out our event for the blog tour where you can win a $25.00 gift card. :)

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Lynda Dickson said...

Great review!