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Countess Erzsébet Báthory, 1575, Venice and Vampires

This book changed my life. Or, to be clearer, writing Suzie and the Monsters changed my life, but there were two books that provided major inspiration. Katharina Katt’s A Female Vampire, a dark and erotic tale about a lonely bisexual … Continue reading

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Women Behaving Badly

‘Women are the masters of indirect aggression,’ Alana Munro says. ‘Indirect aggression is a soup that stews on and on for years. It endlessly chips away at a woman’s sense of self. Eroding her self-worth day in, day out.’ Women … Continue reading

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