I believe I mentioned somewhere along the tour that Dracula was my favorite vampire of all time. Though a vicious predator, the Count is beautiful to me. He is the most beautiful in the form above simply because this is the way I first saw him.
As terrifying as he was, I fell in love with him instantly. As I have gotten older, I learned that my love stemmed from this creature's basic honesty. He was in love. His love was denied him. He wanted to tear down the world in revenge for that.
He uses humanity's basic nature against them in order to get what he wants. He plays with lust like it's a game he knows very well reducing people to their most basic animal without pretense. He cuts through all bullshit and he gets those panties off--every time.
Count Dracula is the least full-of-shit person I know (as well as you can know a fictional character anyway). He's not a rapist. He does not use force. He is seduction personified. I've studied Vlad Tepes with a passion, and somewhere on my computer is a huge ass story about him/Dracula. It's not erotic, though it does have elements. Mostly, it's just...weird.
I'm considering giving it away for free in chapters, since, ultimately, that's what I do anyway. Write for free.
Definitely a labor of love.
It's just so odd, I have to wonder if people will read it. It's already written (questionably), so posting a chapter once a week wouldn't be too much for me to handle without an editor and all that--and I have a domain name for it. And, at least you'll get to go some place truly strange.
We'll see...for that particular story.
I think that's all my silent, slightly nefarious, little stalkers...
I'm too busy for this, but the thoughts couldn't be helped.
Why Be A King When You Can Be A God?
has always been one of my favorite rappers. I do not agree with the statement
that he is the best rapper ever. I do think that he is one of the best rappers
ever though. I like all kinds of music. Rap ranks as something that I enjoy
listening to as long as its not the irresponsible kind. Irresponsible rap music
is the kind of rap music that tells the people listening to you to do the
things you would never really do yourself considering how much money you have
and the big glass palace that you live in and would do anything not to lose. I
also do not like rap music that has a grotesque disrespect for women. But these
are all my things and to each his own and all that. Music is an expression, and
one should be able to express how one feels, and far be it from me to judge
anyone's expressions. My biggest personal battle is to be able to
express myself in the way that I feel and not the way other peoplethinkthat I should feel based on some
labels the world has saddled me with.
However, I must take notice of the irresponsible people. Being a star and
promoting things that bring about hatred in this world is an irresponsible
act--especially for a 'god'.
Little gay looking boy
So gay I can barely say it with a straight face looking
You witnessing a massacre
Like you watching a church gathering taking place looking
These words are grotesquely irresponsible. I'm not even
sure what they mean, but I do know how they feel. Little gay looking boys are
killing themselves everyday for words and emotions like this. And nobody cares.
We say they were weak and wrong and look the other way. There is certainly no
responsibility on our part to see that things like this don't happen--that
people don't die for nothing. And that's what it is.Nothing. The disapproval of
those that don't know you about something that they don't want even attempt to
understand. It's sad all around, honestly, but its even sadder when a 'god'
I'll still be able to break a motherfuckin' table
Over the backs of a couple of faggots and crack it in
I'm hearing that in this particular lyric, the word
'faggot' was not used in the way people think but in some other general way
that is far more acceptable. My answer: use another word. When people are
running around killing other people people because of who or what they are, the
responsible thing to do here would have been to simply use another word. It is
what a god would do, because a god would understand that they have some
responsibility and some accountability for the for the things they
say when those things are listened to by millions upon millions of
People have slaughtered in the name of
their religion, and, if you're going to set yourself up as
something otherworldly, like a god, then you have to know that your words
have an affect upon your devotees.
Once upon a time, a little girl got a twitter account and
in that twitter account she had the picture that labels a book she wrote. She
went around clicking on the profiles of the people she admired and one of those
profiles was Eminem's because he was a struggle in and off himself and he made
it and she was glad. The twitter account obviously had automatic friend back
(or whatever the hell you call it...I'm, quite honestly, twitter-tarded) and
she was so surprised and happy that she got any kind of response from this
The next day, the account had unsubscribed, and she
wondered about that. It couldn't have been personal. she did not know this most
awesome of human beings, therefore,why?
At the time, she did not consider the little picture that
represented her to the twitter world--one man wrapped in the arms of another
man--two people in love.
Think what you will. Believe as you choose. But if you're
going to take on the heavy mantle of being a god, you should try and be
a responsible one.
Forgot my damn song. My friend gave me this. Love her.
I've have sincerely appreciated every stop along this tour thus far, and would like to thank everyone that hosted me on their wonderful blogs. I thank you for the time it took to include me. I will extend individual, personal thanks to each one of these marvelous people at the end of the tour. I think I mentioned somewhere along the way that I'm not all that good at social things. But, thank you for your gracious time and effort, while a social thing, is more important than my little quirks.
Pronouncing Cathedron -silver-haired piece of man-sex in the beautifully-made-by-Bewitching-Book-Tours button above - Hmmn, think Cathedral, Ca-thee-dron.
Currently Reading: Passion by Shinobu Gotoh and Shoko Takaku
Currently Playing: Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD (because I have a dorkus video game addiction) Currently Working On:Soldier of Love, which is mostly done and just being nitpicked to death. Currently side-writing/roleplaying: ThunderFrost! Thor is so mad at his brother right now.
Currently Listening to: This:
Don't forget the vampire contest mentioned below. The prize is a twenty-five dollar gift card and a place of honor at the Rogue Publishing website.
Show me your vampire and I'll show you mine. Who knows? They might really like one another.
My gift today is the story of a love that isn't supposed to happen, but does...
I think it's pretty understood that I don't claim any of the videos I post as my own and I never would. I post the things I like in the hopes that someone will see them or listen to them and go pay homage to that artist that created them through the clickable link available.
Give these people some love if you enjoy them and have the time.
I have to say that it's an honor. There is nothing better than professionalism and kindness when you don't know what you're doing, Bewitching Book Tours provided both. Although I have written several books, I haven't done much touring and the like. I was lucky to find these people....Lucky to find Roxanne Rhoads. I truly appreciate both her effort and her patience. That said:
(Pretty banner is Pretty)
My first stop on the tour will be October 7, 2013 at the blog of A.C. James.
I'll post the whole tour later. This is going to be a long kind of post though. Well, long for me...
Once upon a time...
There is a horde of vampires out there in literary fiction, television and movies. I'm looking for your favorite and why. The why is the most important part. What makes your chosen vampire stand out above all others?
The winner of this contest will be chosen for sheer eloquence and lustful description at the end of the book tour. The prize is a twenty-five dollar Amazon gift card so that person can buy more vampires (or whatever else they choose). The winner entry will go up at Rogue Publishing. Somewhere. Visible. And honored.
What few rules there are:
1. Entry needs to be less than 300 hundred words. It can be two words. "He's hot!" Probably won't win that way though.
2. Include something I wrote along my tour--not in your entry, but somewhere in the comment--just so I know you were paying attention.