Do you have a question about VAMPIRES you have always wanted to ask but never had the opportunity to put to a credible scholar? Well, here’s your chance, Vampirologist Theresa Bane will be appearing at the Edgecombe County Memorial Library on the evening of Thursday, September 18; event begins at 6:30 pm.

Recap of all things cool and fun for ConCarolina 2011

Recently I was approached to write a short story/novella length work for an upcoming anthology. Although I usually do not write fiction I decided that this was just too good an opportunity to pass up.

The Reference & Research Book News prepares concise, descriptive reviews of new books in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities — for librarians and other buyers of serious books.

The Midwest Book Review publishes monthly book reviews specifically designed for community and academic librarians, booksellers, and the general reading public. In their August 2010 “MBR Bookwatch” section p 1, they reviewed my newest vampire reference book, “Encyclopedia of Vampire Mythology” (McFarland).

Cynthia Moore Brow, besides being Greensboro’s premier storyteller and my good friend is also now my co-author. Our first book together, “Folklore and Ghost-Stories of the Piedmont” is being published by Schiffer Books Inc., and will out in Spring of 2011

On October 2, 2010 I will be appearing at Monster Fest in Chesapeake, Va. The one day con is held in the very beautiful Chesapeake Central Library. This year’s theme – “Monster Fest Meets the Wolfman.”

Another thing I like about Amazon is that folks who have read the book can post their own reviews for the world to see right next to the major book reviewers, like Midwest Book Review. It’s awesome when they all agree!

The Savannah College of Art and Design, otherwise known as SCAD, is my alma mater, a fact I am proud of.

Scorpion Equinox, an on-line radio show hosted by Dawn O’Creene and Jennifer Geronimo has invited me to appear on their show June 16, 2010.

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