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FELLOW LOVERS OF THE FANG! PLEASE JOIN HOST MAGENTA ASH AND JOEY THIS SUNDAY FOR A REVIEW OF ANNE RICES NEW BOOK PRINCE LESTAT! ******SPOILERS ALERT********* PLEASE RAISE YOUR COLLECTIVE VOICE IN UNISON AS WE CELEBRATE LESTAT THE BRAT PRINCE COMING BACK AFTER 10 YEARS. REVIEWS CAN BE PHONED IN OR READ BY OUR HOST. SPOILERS ALLOWED. NO CUSSING OR SERIOUS INSULTING! PLEASE REMAIN RESPECTFUL. CALL IN TO HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD. I PLAN TO HAVE THIS SENT TO MRS. RICE HERSELF.
DEPENDING ON CALL VOLUME, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO GIVE A QUICK REVIEW UNDER 1 MIN PER CALL. SO HAVE YOUR IDEAS AND MAINPOINTS READY TO BE HEARD!
Some questions to think about.. Did you enjoy the new book? What did you like the best about it? Anything you would have changed? Do you think this novel is better/same/worse than previous novels? Do you think Lestat is ready to start his adventures again? What kind of emotions were connected to this book? Do you think Anne Rice should contintue writting the vampire chronicles?
IF LESTAT WAS LISTENING IN TO THIS PODCAST..WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO HIM?
Tonight I sit down with Lucha Star Lestat as we talk about everything from Lucha to comic con, from annimation all the way to movies,music and world topics. Join us tonight on BlogTalkRadio and call in with your questions for Lestat or Captain Comic Con tonight on Cap's CONfessional, show starts at 8pm PST.
Perennial New York Times bestseller Anne Rice, the writer who single-handedly reinvented the vampire universe beginning with the now iconic INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE joins Halli at her table Wednesday, January 14, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show.
The author of 32 novels, Anne Rice is a force to be reckoned with. INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE, published in 1976, has gone on to become one of the best-selling novels of all time. She continued her saga of the Vampire Lestat in a series of books, collectively known as THE VAMPIRE CHRONICLES. INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE was made into a motion picture in 1994, directed by Neil Jordan, and starring Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, Kirsten Dunst and Antonio Banderas. Some of her other titles include THE VAMPIRE LESTAT and THE QUEEN OF THE DAMNED.
The gift that keeps on giving to her many fans, Rice is out with a new an exhilarating novel that deepens Rice’s vampire mythology and gives us a chillingly hypnotic, rich mystery-thriller in PRINCE LESTAT, the long-awaited return to the all-encompassing realm of the Vampire Chronicles.
Celebrated author Anne Rice on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, January 14, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
Magenta Ash and Joey will be going over the rules of our upcoming podcast for SUNDAY at 3 pm central.
Please take a few and listen in, that way we don't have to smack you mentally for not knowing the rules, you dig?
PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR 2 HOUR PODCAST THIS SUNDAY 16 AT 3 PM. WE WANT YOU TO CALL IN OR TELL US IN CHAT HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT ANNE RICES NEW BOOK, PRINCE LESTAT! SPOILERS ALLOWED.
JOEY WILL BE NUDE FOR THIS MINI PODCAST.
* and "The Vampire Diaries" and "True Blood" and yes even "Angel"
Tonight Jim and I, will whirl around the media's interpretation of the Gothic, not necessarily "Goth" culture and look at the past, and what is going on now, and try to come to a conclusion as to which is the better way?
Chuong trinh du lich gioi thieu ve thu do Warsaw va co do Cracow, Ba Lan trong cau chuyen du lich Dong Au voi AV Travel cun su tham du cua Simone Nga - Quynh Nhu - Hoang Linh - Viet Hung
Chuong trinh du lich gioi thieu ve thu do Warsaw va co do Cracow, Ba Lan trong cau chuyen du lich Dong Au voi AV Travel cung su tham du cua Simone Nga - Quynh Nhu - Hoang Linh - Viet Hung
Warsaw – Royal Castle Square, 2005,Shalom Alechem.
Wilanow Palace in Warsaw, 2006, DocentX
Varsavia, Piazza del Mercato della Città Vecchia , 2077, MM
Krakow (Poland), Market square seen from tower of St. Mary church: Cloth Hall, Town Hall tower and St. Adalbert church., 2003, Pko.
Ss. Peter and Paul church in Kraków (Poland), 2008, Lestat (Jan Mehlich)
Tonight, Jim, Jamie & I will look at the image of Vampires in Books, Movies & Television-from Vlad The Impaler, to Lestat, the Vampire Diaries, True Blood, a little bit of "Sonata",and yes even Edward the sparkly one!
The question is who will remain standing in the cage after all is said and done...
Tonight Jim and I, providing of course that we haven't been rendered comatose by Thanksgiving dinner will just free form yak about what ever comes into our febrile little minds.
Also, having not really had too much of a counter-point from last weeks "Lestat' vs. "Twilight", we figured it would be proper to give all of you another crack at it to respond.
Join me as I interview Chicagoland area Freelance Features Writer turned Author Denise Baran- Unland for the release of her first of four books, "Bryony." (A Drop of Blood a Deceptive Fantasy). Unland is a fascinating story herself, having home schooled her children, helped launched a church and written countless stories focusing on the sick, less fortunate and rallying for the little guy. Bryony is the story of a young woman's fascination with the wife of a vampire. Unland's book takes the reader through a fascinating journey back through Victorian history, food, culture and fashion. There is poetry from the greats of the 19th and 20th Century as well as Celtic and Nordic history interwoven in a charming, yet intelligent, theme that beckons back to Lestat and Stoker. Unland has a winner here that will appeal to all ages. What I love most about Bryony is that it is devoid of sex and gratuitous violence yet smacks deliciously of the sophistication, allure and brutishness of the classic vampire novels of days gone by. The show will also feature music by James Onohan a master pianist and COP! Onohan brings John Simon's, Bryony's Lestat, to life through the ivory in an enchanting almost hypnotic way. Don't miss it!
How did vampires evolve (or, some would claim, devolve) from terrifying, bloodthirsty monsters into dreamy, romantic figures? Do modern vampires suck - and not in a good way? Or do these widely different interpretations only make vampires more fascinating? From Nosferatu to Dracula to Lestat to Edward Cullen, and on to the modern scary vampires in Salem's Lot and The Strain, we'll talk about the many different characterizations of vampires in fiction. And, of course, we'll talk about where Eric Northman fits in. Recommended reading for the show (it's only 3 pages!) - http://www.ew.com/ew/special/0,,20397912_20430023,00.html
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