Vampires Don't Sleep Alone: Your Guide to Meeting, Dating and Seducing a Vampire

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UNLEASH YOUR DARKEST DESIRES

Passionate and dangerous, the vampire is the ultimate lover. Stalking his prey in the dark of night, he is not easily tamed. But armed with the right skills for seducing a sexy immortal, you can meet, date and ultimately sleep with the vampire of your dreams. Vampires Don't Sleep Alone provides the vital information you need to take a walk on the dark side and delve into the ...

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Overview

UNLEASH YOUR DARKEST DESIRES

Passionate and dangerous, the vampire is the ultimate lover. Stalking his prey in the dark of night, he is not easily tamed. But armed with the right skills for seducing a sexy immortal, you can meet, date and ultimately sleep with the vampire of your dreams. Vampires Don't Sleep Alone provides the vital information you need to take a walk on the dark side and delve into the pulse-pounding world of vampire love and lust, including:

• How to turn on your vampire without arousing his hunger for blood
• Different types of vampires and which one is right for you
• How to keep your sex life exciting for eternity

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781569757857
  • Publisher: Ulysses Press
  • Publication date: 6/22/2010
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 7.96 (w) x 5.14 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Meet the Author

D.H. Altair is the vampire nom de plume of Del Howison, a three-time nominated Bram Stoker Award winning editor and author. Along with editing three volumes of original short stories under the "Dark Delicacies" title he also co-edited The Book of Lists Horror. He has been nominated for a Shirley Jackson Award, a Rondo Hatton Award, and the Black Quill Award. His own short stories have appeared in various anthologies throughout the years and his tale "The Lost Herd" was converted into a script by Mick Garris and filmed as the premiere episode of the NBC horror anthology series “Fear Itself”. Along with his wife Sue he owns Dark Delicacies, America's only all-horror book and gift store, in Burbank, CA.

Elizabeth Barrial is a freelance writer and the co-owner of Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, the world's first dark perfume house, whose thematic focus is literature and gothic cultural anthropology. She has collaborated on scent projects with such luminaries as Neil Gaiman, George Perez, Terry Moore, and Mike Mignola, interpreting their stories through perfume. She also has a unique line based on a story of her own involving a nightmare carnival. She believes in compassionate consumerism, and has hosted numerous fundraisers for humane organizations and First Amendment rights groups. She lives in a lawn gnome-infested house with her three dogs, her husband, Ted, and their daughter, Lilith.

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