BlogFest 2010: Win Vampire Babylon books 1-3


BlogFest 2010We’re participating in BlogFest 2010. Readers, take heed, more than 200 book blogs are hosting giveaways through the weekend, and you best get in on the action. First, you’ll want to enter our giveaway for the first three Vampire Babylon books (details to follow). You can see all the blog participants, prizes and even enter a super grand prize contest by checking out the BlogFest HQ at A Journey of Books.

A real quick hello to those visiting our blog for the first time. Vampire Book Club, despite the name, covers most urban fantasy, paranormal romance and fantasy — both adult and YA. We’d love for you to join us in our group read of City of Bones by Cassandra Clare this month. But, if you’re just here for the contest, let’s move forward!

Chris Marie Green writes in three novel story arcs, which means you’re going to get a complete story by reading the first three books in her Vampire Babylon series. The urban fantasy series does get steamy, so paranormal romance fans will certainly enjoy. (Chris Marie Green also writes romance under the name Crystal Green.)

Not familiar with the Vampire Babylon series? Here’s what you’re getting into: old hollywood stars returning as vampires, supernatural private investigators, secret underworld filled with mystery and a heroine discovering more about her past and just who she really is.


One winner will receive (click titles to view descriptions on Book Depository):



  1. Vampire Babylon Giveaway!You must fill out the form to enter. Comments alone do not count as an entry.
  2. You will get 3 additional entries in this contest if you’re a follower — be it via Google Friend Connect or email. It’s not required, but we like giving our readers a leg-up. (You get the 3 extra entries even if you’re a new follower, so, join the club!)
  3. For +1 additional entry, comment on this post and tell us: Would you want to be immortal? Why or why not? (Make sure you use the same name or email as you did when filling out the entry form.)
  4. This contest is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada only.
  5. You must enter no later than 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 12.
  6. Winner will be contacted via email. She then has 48 hours to respond and claim her prize, or we will select another winner.
  7. Entrants must be at least 13 years old, or have their parent’s permission to enter this contest. Please review our privacy policy, if you have any questions as to how Vampire Book Club uses your information. (Short version: we’ll only use it to contact you for this contest.)
  8. Vampire Book Club has the right to change or cancel any giveaway at any time without prior notice.

Now that the legal stuff is out of the way. Enter, comment and hope you win books by Chris Marie Green!

For those following BlogFest 2010, the next blog on the list is one we like quite a bit: Supernatural Snark. Jenny loves speculative fiction just like we do and she’s witty to boot!

199 Responses to “BlogFest 2010: Win Vampire Babylon books 1-3”

  1. Ree says:

    You know…I don’t think I’d like to be one, if only because I don’t want to outlive my loved ones. But if that weren’t the case…oh yes, I’d definitely like to!

  2. Rachelle says:

    Yes, I would want to be immortal so that I could read all of the books that come out after what would have been my death.

  3. Kristina Barnes says:

    Yes, I’d love being immortal. I know a lot of literary vampires get depressed over being alive so long, but I’d find things to take up my interest. I’d be able to read ALL of the books I’ve ever wanted, or play all the games I want, or study in my desired field as long as I like and be able to excel at it. Plus, there’s the internet. How do immortals get bored when they can surf the internet for eternity?

  4. heatwave16 says:

    I think I would want to be immortal. It would just be so interesting to see how people and the world evolve.

  5. Ren Thompson says:

    I welcome the chance to be immortal. I want to see the future, thousands of years from now.

  6. Stacey Smith says:

    I Would only want to be inmortal if the one I loved was a Inmortal.

  7. kristen says:

    Yes, I would because I am terrified of dying

  8. Shantal Mohammed says:

    Would you want to be immortal? Why or why not?

    Definitely. I want to know what happens in the future – how everything turns out. I think of it like… reading a book that you love only halfway though. I want to know the ending.

  9. Thanks to Christ who is the Way, the Truth, the Life, I AM immortal

    bmcbroom AT gmail DOT com

  10. Patti Akers says:

    While it sounds great I don’t think I would unless those I loved were also immortal.

  11. JoAnna says:

    Yes I would. Most immortals are healthy and in good shape without having to work at it. Who wouldn’t love that?

  12. Jennifer says:

    Awesome giveaway. New follower. I think being immortal would be awesome. Live forever, look awesome, with no extreme worries.

    BookNoise at gmail dot com

  13. Cynthia R says:

    only want to be immortal if my loved ones were immortal as well. it would be nice though to live long enough to see all parts of the world and experience all things

  14. Becky says:

    Immortals like vampires are cool and all, but I wouldn’t want to be immortal for the sole reason that I would not want to outlive my loved ones.

  15. Yes, I would love to be immortal. I would like to see how inventions, fashions, peoples or beings thought process evolve over the time. I would be able to catch up on a lot of reading, travel the world (a few times) and not have to worry about death. Sound like a sweet deal to me. Not having to ponder over what comes after death. I’m a believer of reincarnation, so family & friends I would see again in one of their other lives. I won’t have to worry over a schedule,time or demands that life has restrict a vast majority of us to these days. Damn, Immortality sounding better and better the more I think it thought.

  16. Jennelle S says:

    No way. Immortality is over rated. Lets pretend for a moment that those we love wouldn’t be dying around us (though seriously, at least some people you love would have too otherwise everyone is immortal, and then it doesn’t really seem like immortality anymore) but then there’s that whole issue that after awhile life would just become mundane, tiring, and there would be no escape. Doesn’t sound like fun. I’d rather live knowing that someday I will die and must therefore enjoy the life I’ve got.

    All that, yet I love vampires…go fig…

  17. Lisa Stovall says:

    I wouldn’t mind being one. I love history so to be a part of it would be great.

  18. Anne says:

    I wouldn’t want to be immortal, I don’t want to out live my loved ones.

  19. I don’t think I would like to be immortal…. out living your friends and family… getting up every morning day after day after day after day……


  20. latisha depoortere says:

    I would like to be immortal have more time to do things I never done or have time to do!

  21. MarthaE says:

    I would like to be immortal and read all the books I have that I may not get to!

  22. Pam S says:

    great giveaway – have been wanting this series! im on the fence on the whole immortal thing. it would be great to not age, see all the world thru the ages, etc but I would miss friends and family who pass terrribly :(.

  23. Maria Smith says:

    I would not want to be immortal because I don’t think I could stand to see everyone I love die before me.
    Thanks Maria Smith – follower via GFC thanks!

  24. Patsy Hagen says:

    NO, I would NOT like to be immortal. I would hate to see all of my family and all of my friends die and I would just keep going on. I would hate that.

  25. Missie says:

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Missie, The Unread Reader

  26. Shahira says:

    I would LOVE to be an immortal because you can live in so many different era’s! It would be simply epic. & finding my own Stefan Salvatore or Emmett Cullen would be a plus!

  27. yes, i’d want to be immortal so i could have time to do all the things i want to do 🙂

  28. Steph says:

    Yes I would like to be immortal, where do I sign up?

    Fangs, Wands and Fairy Dust

  29. Elizabeth Hoskins says:

    I would be an immortal as long as I could always be able to have kids (who would be mortal of course) It would suck to have my loved ones die over and over, but if i could still marry new people and have a family then it wouldnt be so bad..would be like living over and over again.

  30. Maureen says:

    I think I would want to be immortal because you have eternity to get everything right.

  31. Yes, I would want to be immortal for the simple reason that I want to watch over everyone I care about.

  32. Yes, I would want to be immortal for the simple reason that I want to watch over everyone I care about.

    (Sorry, I guess my true email address didn’t take in previous post!)

  33. I would not want to become immortal. I would not want to stay young, and have to watch all the people I love get old and sick and die.

  34. chrissy says:

    No I wouldn’t want to be immortal because I would have to see everyone I love die……

  35. Allison says:

    I don’t think I would… Maybe if the entire world was immortal but not if it was only me or me and a few people.
    allison.winfield at yahoo.com

    You Have How Many Kids??
    The Crazy Cupcake

  36. Melissa R says:

    Thanks for the great giveaway

  37. brizmus says:

    awesome! Thanks for the giveaway!

  38. Tawnya Mayo says:

    Would I want to be immortal? Tricky question. I have so much I want to do and try, I’d love the extra time. But I suppose it could get lonely, so probably not, at least not here on Earth.

  39. Doreen R says:

    Yes, I want to be immortal. I just want to stay here and see what happens…even years later.

  40. Stacy M says:

    This is a great series

  41. Shannon says:

    Why would I want to be immortal? I wouldn’t. I think that the shortness of our lifespan is what makes us appreciate things. If I could have eternity on Earth… I wouldn’t value other people’s lives much because they would die and I wouldn’t. I wouldn’t care about my actions, because the people those actions effect would forget and then die. Nothing would matter much. You see it all the time in books with immortal characters- they generally overlook or disregard human life. I don’t want to be like that.

  42. MinnChica says:

    I don’t think I would want to be immortal… I think I would get fed up with life at some point in time…. Not for me.

  43. I think if my loved ones were also immortal and I didn’t have to watch them die in front of me, I’d want to have at least a couple of lifetimes to do different things.

    Thanks for the great topic.

    onebookshy at yahoo dot com

  44. elizabethcerna says:

    I been wanting to read these books for a while.

  45. I don’t think I’d like to be immortal because I see the world getting worse rather than better. I also don’t want to outlive my children and grandchildren etc. Now, if they inherited my immortality that might be different and if we had the power to make a big change in the way the world was headed then yes. So for the way I am now, no. Super powers and family inherits it yes.

    Thanks for the giveaway

  46. Raissa Lopes says:

    very excited to read 🙂

  47. Awesome contest!! Thank you so much!

    +3 i’m an old follower

  48. Deise says:

    I would like to be immortal and to be able to experience what I want, new chances, new loves, new friends, new work opportunities.

  49. vvb says:

    nope, wanna stay mortal. wanna experience what’s beyond ;-D

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