Monday, October 31, 2011

A Brand New Year

Happy Halloween! 

For many of us “pagans” this is the start of a brand new year. And for me the start of a regenerated blog. Yes I’m back on the broom again. And since it is Halloween, I just have to mention those gorgeous “monsters” we all love to write and read about.

Now the vampire trend has been going for such a long time. From Dracula to Twilight and hundreds in between. Whether evil demons or beautiful tortured souls so many of us are drawn those night dwelling bad boys.
But give me a wolf. There’s just something about them that gets me every time. Ever since I read Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Night Play I’ve been a wolf girl to the bone.

So to celebrate the new year, I’m giving away two fabulous reads.

Just tell me which you prefer, Vampire or Wolf and why and you’re entered to win a copy of the vampire anthology Yours for Eternity autographed by Kaitlin O’Riley or a copy of Wolf Tales #12 signed by Kate Douglas(Warning-Jalapeno Hot).

On Sunday November 6th at 11:59pm I’ll pick a winner from all the comments. Check back next week to see if you've won.

1 comment:

  1. I have loved vampires since I watched Dark Shadows when I was 7 years old. Now some one is saying they are related to Dracula:Prince Charles is claiming that he’s related to Dracula.

    “The genealogy shows that I am descended from Vlad the Impaler,” Charles said.

    Vlad the Impaler was also known as Dracula, which means son of the dragon (dracul) in the Romanian dialect of the time. Vlad’s father was a member of the Order of the Dragon.

    Vlad, 15th-Century Romanian warlord, also inspired the 1897 novel “Dracula” by Bram Stoker.

    The heir to the British throne was making the connection during an interview that will air as part of an upcoming TV show to promote the preservation of forests in Romania’s Transylvania region. “So I have a bit of a stake in the country,” the prince said.

    Charles, who owns a home in the region, has said Transylvania’s pristine landscapes and rural farming traditions make it a national treasure.

    Teresa Ryan