The late Anne Rice is known for her prolific work as a writer. She is said to have written over 150 million books, with “Interview with the Vampire” being one of the most renowned and the first.
In the year 1845, the British Naval ships HMS Erebus and HMS Terror set out under the command of Captain Sir John Franklin to discover the Northwest Passage in the Arctic. The two ships never returned from the voyage.
“The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires” by Grady Hendrix is a Southern based supernatural story set in the 90’s about an average housewife named Patricia and her fellow book club members.
What do great horror films and fairy tales have in common? Each holds a grain of truth within them and, after all, there’s nothing more horrifying than the truth.