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Friday, June 10, 2011

Friday Spotlight: Sandra Cox

The Pranic: Not Your Run of the Mill Vampire

We’re all familiar with vampires and their penchant for human blood. But I’d like to introduce you to a different type of vampire found on Vampire Island: the pranic.

Being a fledgling Pranic can be every bit as dicey as being a blood vampire. Pranics gain their power by absorbing other humans’ energy. Since it brings about a larger than life feeling of power and a sharp rush of energy, it’s difficult for a new Pranic to stop once he or she has started absorbing energy from someone. If they aren't careful they can literally suck the life right out of another human by sapping them of every last drop of energy in their body.

A seasoned Pranic is aware of the delicate balance and just takes the amount he/she needs. It’s much easier and less noticeable if he/she does a little crowd hopping, drawing from one human then moving on to another, till he/she is satiated.

Taking energy from humans is not necessary for a Pranic to survive but it increases their power and also helps them heal, not to mention it’s an unbelievable rush. Like their counterparts, as Pranics mature their skin becomes more sensitive to light. Their sleep cycle changes and they have difficulty functioning in the daytime. Pranics can do great good or great harm.

Vampire Island, First in the Hunter Series

I live in North Carolina with my husband, dog, cats and an occasional foster cat. During the day I work at the local community college as an admin assist and by night I writer. I’m a vegetarian and believe in the adage, ‘if it has a face don’t eat it’. I’m, also, an animal advocate. As far as my writing I’m a genre hopper. I’ve written nonfiction metaphysical, YA Crossover, paranormal romance, time travel and western romance. My blog sites are: and If you’re in the vicinity drop by and say ‘hey.’

1 comment:

Hywela Lyn said...

The pranic sounds very intriguing Sandra, and Vampire Island sounds like a great read!