Articles by Erin Chapman

About Erin Chapman (32 Articles)
<p>Erin is a writer and co-admin for the online vampire magazine Vamped. She is owner of Vampire Classifieds and Horror Classifieds. Her background is marketing and sales and has been in the industry for over 12 years. She lives in Vancouver, Canada.</p>

2015 is Going to Kick Ass!

December 1, 2014 // 0 Comments

Between writing for this site and Vamped, taking my course on website design, launching Graveyard Girl, continuing my biblical marathon, preparing to launch a new business and investigating some ongoing cases with Anthony, it has been a busy ass year for all involved! Check out what is in store for the new year! [read more]

The Plastic Vampire Next Door

May 26, 2014 // 1 Comment

It's almost summer and the flowers are in full bloom, the grass is green, the sun is setting later and the familiar smell of BBQ floods the neighbourhood each night. You noticed the family next door finally sold their house and last week a new guy moved in. You watch suspiciously as your new neighbour exhibits strange behaviour? Only going out at night, not being very sociable, dressed in black everyday and he is sporting that funky haircut. Perhaps he is just a night owl or he is the infamous Lord Vampyre from the Lego Monster Hunters line trying to retire from the spotlight since shooting to fame in 2012? [read more]

Do You Think You Have Logolepsy?

May 5, 2014 // 3 Comments

Proud of my new project I showed my friend Anthony my masterpiece and due to his Scooby Doo nature, he began to analyze my over usage of words as opposed to pictures. This in depth conversation was an eye opening experience. It made me realize the condition had been there the entire time, just I had no idea there was a term for it. I had always assumed my little quirks were just part of my visual learning style and the simple fact that I love reading. Part of this could be true, but the further we delve into the discussion the more it all came together and made sense. [read more]

Biblical Experiment Phase 2: Church

April 24, 2014 // 0 Comments

So today is the day for the field trip! Part two of the grand biblical experiment. It took some research and some assistance from Anthony, but I decided my first exposure to “a church service” would be at the North Shore Alliance Church located in North Vancouver. [read more]

Sex, Blood and Marketing—Oh My!

April 4, 2014 // 0 Comments

At first glance True Blood may appear to be a show about blood, gore and vampires, when in reality it is way more complex. The show actually has a story line unique to it's own and delves into the world of witches, vampires, shape-shifters, faeries, and hybrids. It takes place in a small town called Bon Temps where Americans eat burgers and tote guns, religion is as pure as apple pie, people don't lock their doors, everyone knows everybody's name, porch swings are a common occurrence, and oh yeah, vampires hang out in the local bar drinking Tru Blood. [read more]

A Biblical Marathon

February 28, 2014 // 0 Comments

Through personal experience having a friend to train with for an endurance event makes all the difference in the world. When you lose momentum, their support and encouragement forces you to strive for your goal, even when you begin to doubt your own abilities. [read more]

Vampire Diaries…We Need to Talk

February 12, 2014 // 0 Comments

It's been five years and things just aren't working out the way you hoped they would. You analyze every aspect of your relationship and realize it's not just the small hang ups any more like leaving blood soaked laundry on the floor [read more]

My Website Ideas

February 4, 2014 // 0 Comments

Just after the New Year festivities ended last month, I read a post written by my friend and colleague Anthony Hogg on his former website "The Vampirologist" asking for suggestions regarding his site. [read more]

My 18 Year Friendship…With a Turtle

February 4, 2014 // 2 Comments

I will assume you are an average person with little or no experience with turtles. Would you have ever guessed that a turtle likes to be cuddled or wags his tale when he is happy? [read more]

Meeting Anne Rice, My Inspiration

February 4, 2014 // 1 Comment

November 7, 2013 was a amazing day for me. It was the day I was fortunate to meet Anne Rice, a woman that has influenced me since high school. Over the years I have read hundreds of books, but this one author stuck out from the rest causing me to pick up one novel after the other. [read more]
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