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Literature: The Dangers of Literature
"The Dangers of Literature" is a short story written by Elizabeth "Dante668" Einspanier, as a Take That against modern vampire romance novels.

Tina Williams is a teenaged girl who prefers to go by Lachrymosa, and has a morbid interest in death and vampires. In fact, she dreams of having her very own vampire boyfriend, just like the ones in the paranormal romance novels she likes to read.

Unfortunately, she's about to discover that real vampires don't follow the rules laid out in her favorite novels...

"The Dangers of Literature" can be found at Dark Fire Fiction, here.

"The Dangers of Literature" contains the following tropes:


Carpe JugulumVampire FictionThe Dark Hunters
Dangerous Detour: The Old WorldTroper WorksDay Of Darkness
Cycle of the WerewolfHorror LiteratureThe Dark Half

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