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This is a companion to Episode 19, where I interviewed longtime vampire author Margaret Carter.

Here she reads from her vampire romance, EMBRACING DARKNESS, which was published in the Silhouette Intimate Moments line. This reading was recorded May 9, 2009.

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Author  Cornelia Amiri reads a selection from her novel, A Fine Cauldron of Fish, and from her short story “Vampire Dancer," which appeared in Sleeping With the Undead.

For more "long swords, hot heroes, and warrior women," be sure to visit Cornelia's web site at www.myspace.com/CelticRomanceQueen

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Author Tate Hallaway reads from her latest novel, Dead if I Do, which came out in May 2009. You think you had problems when your parents met your fiance? Think again as you enjoy this reading from Tate's latest.

Visit Tates's web site at www.TateHallaway.com.

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Author Gail Z Martin reads from her latest novel, Dark Haven, which came out in February 2009. Visit Gail's web site at www.ChroniclesOfTheNecromancer.com.

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This recording is a companion to Episode 12, Interview with Author Catherine Lundoff. Here she reads from her short story, "The Permanent."

Please note that this recording contains sexually explicit language and is not appropriate for children.

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Morven does a short reading from the beginning of her first novel, Darksome Thirst, and answers a listener question.

Show Note:

To contact Morven about this podcast, either leave a comment here, which is viewable to the public, or go to the contact page of Morven's web site and use the "Podcast Listeners" (bottom left) comment form:

http://www.morvenwestfield.com/contact.shtml

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My first reading is what I call the "bowling practice" scene. Frederick, a newish vampire, has to go bowling to pacify his mortal girlfriend. First, though, he decides to practice.

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