BellaDonna Drakul

(International Horror Novelist/Vampirologist - The Vampire Collection: Short Stories for the Vampire Enthusiast; The Immortal Memoirs; The Kindred Confessions; The Undead Journals; Chronicles of the Ancients)

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BellaDonna Drakul is an international horror novelist and vampirologist from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Dubbed as "the next Anne Rice" and "the goddess of bloodsuckers," BellaDonna is an active member of the horror community with a writing style that has been described as truly one of a kind with a twisted view on all levels. She has been writing since she was a young child, has controversial journalism experience, and has such famous readers as Stephen King; Sid Haig (Captain Spaulding from "House Of 1,000 Corpses"); Courtney Gaines (Malachi from "Children Of The Corn"); Lucky McKee (director of "May"); and James O' Barr (creator of "The Crow"). BellaDonna is releasing her sixth novel, "Bloody Bedtime Stories", later this year and is currently working on her next two novels, "Bloodier Bedtime Stories" and "13 Feet Below", that will be released some time in the near future.