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Interview with a Vampire…

October 29, 2008

The eHarlequin community welcomes a special guest this week — vampire Drystan Hurst, hero of Lori Devoti‘s “The Vampire who Stole Christmas” (in Holiday With a Vampire II, available in December from Silhouette Nocturne).

Some questions that have been asked so far: What do vamps do in their free time? What separates vampires from demons? And why does Drystan want revenge? Stop by the discussion to get the answers straight from the horse’s — er, make that demon’s — mouth, and pose your own burning vamp questions to Drystan.

If you could go one-on-one with a fictional vampire, who would it be — and what would you ask?

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6 comments

  1. I would interview Dracula. Why? He’s my ancestor..well okay, Vlad the Impaler is, but still..the fictional dracula is sorta my ancestor…right? Right!?


  2. I wouldn’t dream of contradicting you, Lou! Are you really related to Vlad the Impaler? Neat…

    I think I’d have to interview Angel when he turned into the puppet (best. episode. ever!) — as long as I could keep a straight face!
    ~Amy


  3. lol! that was the best episode ever..specially Spike’s reaction, “You’re a bloody puppet!”

    And yes as far as I know, I am. The genealogist of my family says that we are because when the Dracul/Dracula name stopped being used in the 1700s, the Gagliardi name was coming into use.


  4. Bill, the vampire on the HBO miniseries True Blood, based on Charlaine Harris’s novels. He does the conflicted, brooding thing perfectly.

    Have others caught this show yet? I am completely captivated. Heather from “I Like to Watch” salon.com gives a good description here: http://www.salon.com/ent/tv/iltw/2008/11/02/blood_anarchy/

    And, yes, the Angel puppet episode was one of the greatest moments in television history.


  5. Bill, the vampire on the HBO miniseries True Blood, based on Charlaine Harris’s novels. He does the conflicted, brooding thing perfectly.

    Have others caught this show yet? I am completely captivated. Heather from “I Like to Watch” salon.com gives a good description here: http://www.salon.com/ent/tv/iltw/2008/11/02/blood_anarchy/

    And, yes, the Angel puppet episode was one of the greatest moments in television history.


  6. Have to be Henry Fitzroy as I’d love to know how many different historical events that he lived through, how he learned to live with being a vampire. There are just so many things that would be nice to know about the character.



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