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Monday, July 21, 2008

Giveaway #5: Real Vampires Have Curves by Gerry Bartlett

Gloriana St. Clair is not your usual thin, pale and brooding vamp, she's all woman, with a great sense of style! Present day finds her leaving Las Vegas and moving to Austin, Texas, to make a new start with her own store, where she wants to sell vintage clothing and whatnot, and who would have more of that, or a better knowledge of it than a vampire? Glory was made back in the day of Billy Shakespeare by her on again off again lover Angus Jeremiah Campbell III, or Blade for short. Once in Austin she has more to contend with than she ever expected, with a technologically advanced vampire hunter on the trail of her and her friends. Glory refuses to run however, she's determined to make a new and successful start for herself. Go Female Vamp Power!

Real Vampires Have Curves was a lot of fun, with Blade and new hot vamp acquaintance Damian constantly vying to be first in Glory's affections, and many humorous secondary characters playing supporting roles as the group tries to combat the vampire hunter that is threatening them.

I'm looking forward to the rest of the series:

Real Vampires Live Large (2007)
Real Vampires Get Lucky (2008)
Real Vampires Don't Diet (2009)

Check out Gerry Bartlett's Website for more info!

And now for the giveaway! As always, my copies are gently used, and registered at I would certainly appreciate the winner taking the time to journal the book there when you receive it, you can be completely anonymous if you decide joining is not for you. This copy is yours to do with as you will and you do not need to be a member of Bookcrossing to win.

To enter, post on this entry, and tell me what your favorite humorous paranormal title, series, or character has been, or another one that you'd like to try if you haven't read any yet. I will announce the winner on August 2nd! Be sure to leave me a way to contact you!


  1. Oh, this was fun to post about... *grin*

    As always, no need to enter me... read my post. You'll see why. :D

  2. I totally love Katie Macalister's series:
    Aisling Grey - Light My Fire, You Slay Me, Holy Smokes & Fire Me Up!

    Her new Silver Dragons is starting off great as well - Playing with Fire and I'm waiting on Up In Smoke.

    Her Dark Ones are also SPECTACULAR - A Girl's Guide to Vampires, Sex and the Single Vampire, Sex, Lies, and Vampires, Even Vampires Get the Blues & Last of the Red Hot Vampires

    Katie combines paranormal happenings, romance, smokin' hot erotic scenes, & humor that goes from giggles & snickers to full out laughing were people think you've lost it.

  3. I always thought Mark Henry's Happy Hour of the Damned was a great title. BTW, I absolutely love your name.
    Shawnee -LOL (honestly)

  4. SHG, there is no such thing as too big of a TBR pile!

    Michelle, I actually have most of those and just haven't gotten to them yet, so I'm definitely looking forward to them, have heard nothing but greatness!

    icedream, that is really too funny! I can't claim it's my real name, but I do love it, and have used it as my online persona for a long time now!

  5. The only paranormal humour series I've had a chance to try was the Undead and Unwed series by Maryjanice Davidson. I rather enjoyed them, and would definitely be willing to read more!

    ~ GateGypsy

  6. At the moment my favorite paranormal series is Charlaine Harris' Sookie books, followed closely by The Black Dagger Brotherhood by J. R. Ward, and also LKH's Merry and Anita Blake series.

    Another series I recently discovered but have a hard time labeling as paranormal (although it does have some elements to it) is Madelyn Alt's Bewitching mysteries.

    This series sounds great! I have got to read these whether or not I win so I'm going to put in an ILL for them since my library doesn't have anything by this author :(

  7. My favorite for humorous would be the series that includes: Undead and Unwed by Mary Janice Davidson. simply outstanding wit and wisdom within.
    For the erotic, give me Laurell K Hamilton anyday.

    Love a chance to read this book,

  8. Anonymous8:52 AM

    Let's see, Katie MacAlister has already been mentioned, what about Kimberly Raye? Her Dead End Dating series is really funny and the titles are great too.

  9. You know I really don't have one. The genre has been intriguing me for the past year or so, and I've heard a lot of good stuff about this author. That's why I'd love to win.

  10. Demons Are Forever and Deja Demon from Julie Kenner sound like they'd be fun to read. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

  11. I really enjoyed Happy Hour of the Damned by Mark Henry! Jackie Kessler also has a good series, Helle's Belles, The Road to Hell and her latest release!

  12. I love the Undead and.... series by Mary Janice Davidson. They are particularly funny as audios!

  13. jezebelsk - I'm glad to hear that about the audios, I've read the first one, and have some of the others, but kept thinking that they might be fun as audios, since audible does carry them, I might have to give them a try!

  14. Happy Hour of the Damned by Mark Henry

    Completely unexpected

  15. Anonymous2:08 AM

    I loved Gena Showalter's Atlantis books, and her book Playing With Fire had me laughing out loud too! Another author who's paranormals always make me laugh is Jennifer Rardin's Jaz Parks series. I love the previously mentioned authors too. :)

    If you click my name, you'll see my contact info on my blog. Cheers!

  16. I like the title and book-Your coffin or mine by Kimberly Raye

    tiramisu392 (at)

  17. My favorite has to be the Undead and Unwed series by MJ Davidson. I also enjoy Kimberly Raye's book. Thanks for the contest!!

  18. Anonymous7:48 AM

    No need to enter me, but I did want to stop by and thank you for your comment at J. Kaye's Book Blog. This is my first visit to yours and wow, what a neat blog! Love the layout!!

    I am also a member of Book Mooch, Book Crossing, Good Reads, and Library Thing!

  19. My favourites are Katie Macalister's Aisling Grey series and Mary Janice Davidson's Fred the mermaid series. Both of these series are really funny.

  20. Please enter me. I would love to win. My favorite paranormal seris is A Haunting on the Discovery Channel. For some reason I can't seem to get away from that show, to me it's addictive. I'm so weird.Haha....

  21. I loved the Undead and Unwed series by Mary Janice Davidson. Please enter me in your giveaway!



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