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The Queen of Vampires, Anne Rice, Turns Seventy-Nine

As a young girl, I was always fascinated with the supernatural and enthralled by entities that defied all possibilities. I would read anything that contained beings that would spook the living daylights out of any normal human, and I would revel in these creatures’ evil ways and unethical choices. Out of all the supernatural beings in the world, however, vampires are what piqued my interest the most. I don’t know if it was their fangs or their unnatural quitch for blood, but I was drawn to them, like a moth to the glow of a candle.

Unsurprisingly, I was drawn to Anne Rice as well and the vampires she created so eloquently. Without Anne Rice, vampires would not be as prevalent in the world of literature. Without her influence, there would be no Edward Cullen or Bill Compton or blood-thirsty romances that make our toes curl. Interview with the Vampire is what coronated Anne Rice as the Queen of Vampires, and since the book’s debut, no other author has even come close to dethroning the seasoned veteran that has won our hearts.

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With that said, for Anne Rice’s 79th birthday, I implore you to pick up her Vampire Chronicles. It is a series that will leave you speechless as you explore the dark, twisted world of vampires in the French Quarter. The series encompasses over ten books, and each will take you on a literary journey that you will not forget.

If you are unsure and worried about diving into Anne Rice’s gothic, erotic vampire novels, don’t be! You will be entertained and left begging for more! Anne Rice’s books have sold more than 100 million copies, and her Goodreads ratings reflect the star-stunning nature of her books. I do bid you a warning, however, once you start reading this twisted series about bloodlust and the utmost desire to kill, you will be hooked. Like myself, you will be drawn to the world of bloodsucking demons and shadows that plunder the night.

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Hulu & Netflix Adaptations To Fill You Up This November

Whether you celebrate this month’s holiday of Thanksgiving or not, the cold season brings us a lot to be thankful for. Family, friends, warm clothes, and of course enough book content to fill your plate ten times over! So round the family up, and enjoy these amazing adaptations Netflix and Hulu have to offer.

Every new release has been put into categories and include the Netflix and Hulu release dates to boot! Click on the titles or where it says “book” or “novel” to either the watch film/show trailer or to purchase the original book!

 

        

 

About Authors

 

Ladies and gents, the great Margaret AtwooD | Image via fromclairespov

 

  • Margaret Atwood: A Word After a Word After a Word is Power (2019 Documentary) – November 19th, Hulu
  • Vita & Virginia (2019 Film) – based on the story of the love affair between Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf (November 22, Hulu)

 

Romance

 

From Under the tuscan sun | Image via giphy

 

 

Drama

Helena Bonham Carter’s intense glare from Wings of the Dove | Image via Pinterest

 

           

 

 

 

Crime

You don’t want to mess with The Queen of the South | Image via giphy

 

 

Thriller

 

From Apple Tree Yard | Image via ginges be cray

 

 

Supernatural

 

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Comics

 

From The End of the F***ing World | Image via Giphy

 

 

Animation

 

From Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas | Image via Timblr

 

 

 

 

 

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