Vampires, by Brenda Williamson

Vampires have been a part of history since the beginning of time. Long before stories like Dracula, Fright Night and Twilight, the term vampire did not exist. That’s not to say the myths and legends weren’t there. In every culture, accounts of blood-drinking demons flourished. It wasn’t until Bram Stoker’s Dracula that the modern day characteristics of the vampire came to be.

Want to learn more history about vampires and their place in different cultures then check out the List of vampires in folklore and mythology.

The vampire is an ever-evolving plot line in stories making the genre a wide-open field for the imagination. Even I’ve put my spin on how vampires came into existence in my book, Blood Poison. Unlike the cursed, the infected or the damned, my vampires are a new species that evolved through natural selection for the new conditions found on Earth in a post-apocalyptic future.


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