Ok, so I'm all ready for snowpocalypse (which probably won't be, because it never is) with a largeish stack of vampire novels for Blood and Honey Month.
Bram Stoker - Dracula
This seemed like a logical place to start.
Dacre Stoker and Ian Holt - Dracula: The Un-Dead
A sequel. To Dracula. No, really.
Dacre Stoker is the great-grand nephew of Bram Stoker, and Ian Holt is a Dracula expert. I don't know how much writing Stoker did and how much Holt did, but this seemed like an apropos moment to pick this one up.
Bekka Black - iDrakula
A modern re-telling of Dracula, using e-mails and text messages. How could I resist? We'll see how it holds up to the original.
Leonard Wolf - A Dream of Dracula: In Search of the Living Dead
Non-fiction book about "the role of the vampire in civilization ... from ancient Egypt to contemporary [1970s] American." I got a raft of recommendations from folks at Slactivist, and this was one of them.
Brian Meehl - Suck it Up
Vampires in the 21st century - drinking Blood Lite - a soy based blood substitute - and trying to organize Vampire Pride parades. Meehl was, at one point, a puppeteer on Sesame Street, so, naturally, he has experience with vampires.
That should keep me busy for a while.
A reminder, I will also be re-reading Amal El-Mohtar's The Honey Month (now available through Amazon!) starting tomorrow.