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Postby Crystalbehr » Fri Oct 15, 2004 8:02 pm

Incubus Dreams is at the local library if you live in the U.S.

LKH gets threatening and sexually connotated letters from poeple who believe her Anita Blake series is true. She has to walk around with body guards all the time isn't that horrible!!!
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Postby Spacegirl04 » Sat Oct 16, 2004 3:12 am

Crystalbehr wrote:Incubus Dreams is at the local library if you live in the U.S.

LKH gets threatening and sexually connotated letters from poeple who believe her Anita Blake series is true. She has to walk around with body guards all the time isn't that horrible!!!


Wow that is scarey :(
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Postby jojotheorange » Thu Nov 11, 2004 10:10 am

look I love Anne Rice and i really liked 'Salem's Lot by Stephen King sorry if my spelling is messed up

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Postby Applebylicious » Thu Nov 11, 2004 11:12 am

Sherrilyn Kenyon is my current fave. She's just too cool. :)

I go back and forth on Christine Feehan. Some of her novels really interest me, and then others are just...eh. :roll:

Anne Rice is a classic, no doubt.

LKH...I've never been a fan of hers. I just couldn't get into the series. :?

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Postby Waking The Dream » Sun Jan 23, 2005 9:52 pm

Well I did love Laurell K. Hamilton but her last 2 books have kind have gone down. They seem more like porn without plot stories especially her last book. I just read I burn for you by Susan Sizmore and it was really good. Another great author of vamp fiction is Mary Janice Davidson. Her Undead and Unwed, and Undead and Unemploed is so funny. Really both good reads.
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Postby Earth2Mama » Mon Jan 24, 2005 9:18 am

I hear Anita Blake is also good.

Anyone know of her or her books?
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Postby Waking The Dream » Mon Jan 24, 2005 3:03 pm

Anita Blake novels are written by Laurell K. Hamilton and I say it is a good line of novels she has out even though the last 2 weren't that great to me atleast. Laurell also writes a Merry Gentry series which I love and they are out in paperback right now. Hope that helped Earth2Mama.
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Postby AmberEyed51 » Mon Jan 24, 2005 9:01 pm

Waking The Dream wrote:Anita Blake novels are written by Laurell K. Hamilton and I say it is a good line of novels she has out even though the last 2 weren't that great to me atleast. Laurell also writes a Merry Gentry series which I love and they are out in paperback right now. Hope that helped Earth2Mama.


I'm also a HUGE fan of Anita Blake, I picked up a paperback a couple weeks ago, and I've been hooked since then! :D
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Postby CandyDreamQueen » Wed Feb 02, 2005 12:59 pm

Waking The Dream wrote: Another great author of vamp fiction is Mary Janice Davidson. Her Undead and Unwed, and Undead and Unemploed is so funny. Really both good reads.


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I just finished Undead and Unwed not too long ago. I agree that it was a pretty funny book, especially when she was trying to kill herself, I about died laughing at the way it was described. But to tell you the truth I didn’t really like Betsy all that much and I thought that she was a little on the haughty side. Plus I really liked Sinclair. And they didn’t seem to get along all that well. It was also different for me because I don’t usually read books that are in first person. But other than that, it was funny plot wise and all that stuff.

Quick question. Is Undead and Unemployed still about Betsy and Eric? I have not gotten a chance to read anything on it, but there is a picture of the cover in the back of Undead and Unwed that has a girl sitting on top of a coffin and she’s surrounded by shoes, so I figured that it was probably about Betsy too?

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Postby Earth2Mama » Fri Feb 04, 2005 12:17 pm

Waking The Dream wrote:Anita Blake novels are written by Laurell K. Hamilton and I say it is a good line of novels she has out even though the last 2 weren't that great to me atleast. Laurell also writes a Merry Gentry series which I love and they are out in paperback right now. Hope that helped Earth2Mama.

Thanks! I'm gonna see if my book club has some of those as well :D
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