The fictional character who writes this (Marguerite Morris) is a 500 years old vampire who is writing this because she is fed up of all the stories about nice vampires (e.g. the American t.v. show Moonlight and the Betsy vampire books), so she’s writing this to show people what vampires are really like.

Marguerite works in a prison in Administration and hates it and her co-workers. She struggles with having no money and other vampires wanting a relationship with her when she doesn’t want a relationship at all.


3 Responses to “About the Author”

  1. 17/05/2011 at 12:13 am

    Hi, Marguerite, I’m a fiction writer with a new vampire novel coming out this summer, and a number of short stories published. I’ve been looking for others interested in vampires (having a harder time than I thought I would, at least on the level that your site seems to be). I’ve enjoyed the latest posts I’ve read, taking a look at how vampires behave, comparing others’ takes on what a vampire would and wouldn’t do. And your list of definitions, which gives a wonderful sense of credence to the legends.

    When I first wrote my novel, ten years ago, I had the idea of a peaceful vampire community (much as what is being done now); however, my main character had to reject the society to fulfill his vampire nature–that is, they do like to kill, and to drink, a lot.

    I’d like to follow your blog. I’m interested in hearing more about your ideas and seeing what others have to say. Do you mind having another visitor?

  2. 17/05/2011 at 6:23 pm

    Not at all, you’d be welcome.

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