Monday, April 30, 2012


I live and breathe vampires. My interruption of vampires varies from story to story. The version that I am going to discuss is from my Pulse Series: A Steady Pulse and Barley Beating

Their diet:

Blood is the most obvious answer, but they also ingest normal people food. They have taste buds like any other person. My lead vampire, Virgil Hart, loves eating puff pastries from E-Z Treats.

It may not be a necessity that they eat, but they can take enjoyment from the simple pleasure. They drink a regular diet of blood which can be received from vampire blood banks located all over the world, but Garrison and Virgil tend to make hunting trips together to kill wildlife from time to time. They drain the animal, skin it, and give the meat to anyone that wants it.

Day and Night:

The sun does not damage them to the extent that most people would think, but after hours of pure exposure they can receive a bit of a burn. Nighttime is the best time for them to run around without the threat of being seen hunting, eating, or displaying other unnatural qualities. They also spend a few hours every couple of days sleeping to regenerate themselves.

Vampire banking takes place over the phone. The main buildings are located in London, New York, and Canada. This is the easiest form of keeping track of their money without having to change names all the times or switch between human banks.

I'll put up more later about The Council, the Origins of my vampires from Pulse, and about the vampires themselves which play a large role in my works.

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