The Truth about Cats and Vampires

If you’re my friend on Facebook, you may have noticed I have a certain obsession fondness for a particular cat–Grumpy Cat. She is absolutely my favorite. I love her cute little scrunched-up face, and her big round eyes, and her adorable sour expression… Isn’t she just the best? Now, I know some of you are dog people and I get that. I love dogs too. But, cats hold a special place in my heart. Maybe it’s their bad attitudes, their sense of entitlement, their ability to take over an entire bed while you’re hanging off the edge for dear life because you’re afraid to move them.

Why am I blogging about cats? Because Grumpy Cat–and cats in general–can be easily compared to our favorite bad-ass vampire romance novel heroes. How? Let’s explore the qualities we like (or at least tolerate) in our feline companions:

  • They are territorial
  • They are fearless
  • They possess unmatched hunting skills
  • They are stealthy
  • They like to play with their food
  • They appear to be emotionless until they’ve decided to lavish affection on the person they love
  • They are nocturnal

Now, think about your favorite paranormal romance heroes? Can any of the qualities on the above list be used to describe your favorite  bad-boy vampire?

Do you have anything to add to the list? Do you love Grumpy Cat?

Fun-day Friday Roundup:

Here are the latest, greatest, and coolest things I’ve stumbled across this week:

Are ghosts real? I just finished writing a paranormal YA book that touches on unwanted spirits and a seance gone wrong, so these oh-so-creepy pics really resonated with me when I viewed them: Creepy Ghost Pics

For writerly knowledge, here’s a good article: Why Manuscripts Are Rejected

I was quite humbled to have been mentioned on my friend and fellow author, Victoria Barrow’s blog/vlog.

On Authors to Watch (That Other Blog), we visited with authors

And, last but not least, I’ve got a fun Friday Video. For those of you who were fans of the TV series Friends, you’ll remember this. If you’ve never seen this before, I hope you’ll still enjoy it:

6 thoughts on “The Truth about Cats and Vampires

  1. You can follow Grumpy Cat on Twitter, too. I’ve found a few of the posts a bit shocking, but others are pretty funny.

    Oh, Smelly Cat. I haven’t heard that song in years! I bet I’ll have it stuck in my head all day now. 🙂

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