I was invited to join Fangbook, a new social networking site. It was quite an honour to be asked to join and I agreed to mention the site here at TMtV.
The goal for Fangbook is that it will be a complete social network, attracting a variety of people who can engage in relevant debates on subjects like mythology, vampirism in literature, vampirism in pop culture, Sanguinarianism, as well as general topics like art, music and current events.
Everyone from the media vampire fan, the real Sanguinarian or the person just beginning to develop an interest in the paranormal can find a place within the network. They also seek to be a worldwide networking tool, as well as a place for family and friends to gather, not unlike Facebook – but with a purpose.
The network is still in its infancy, having hosted a brief preview, and opened only this week
Here you will find views and reviews of vampire genre media, from literature, the web, TV and the movies.
Please note that, by the very nature of the subject matter, my blogs are designed for the mature reader
Also note: on the occasion of a Guest Blog the views of the guest are their own and not necessarily the view of Taliesin_ttlg or Taliesin meets the Vampires. Features about crowd-sourcing projects are for awareness purposes and not an endorsement of the product, support is given at the reader's own risk.
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