Michel and Underworld
Greetings once again, you lovely morsels. As for barging in, why, my invitation is still open, is it not? Yes, it very well is.
So many things have happened since last I spoke to you, therefore, I've completely forgotten where it was we left off.
Underworld! This trilogy is currently on my mind, as I've recently seen its final installment. However, I don't believe I shall discuss the final installment. What's this? You wish for me to discuss it? Allow me to think on it.
Although, I will say that I've met vampires like Victor before. Amusing onscreen—not so amusing if one has ever had the displeasure of dealing with one; though I do respect his...spunk. This is a word, oui?
Werewolves. I mean really. Mind you, I found a story involving a war betwixt vampires and werewolves rather interesting. Entertaining, even, I'll grant you this, though vampires have enough trouble getting along without introducing other creatures to the mix. In any event, I sincerely doub
For those who've not met him, I would like to present one Michel Lecureaux, who, in-between doing serious vampire business (he has to rule a country of vampires, after all), eviscerating those who deserve it (which all depends on his point of view), and seducing whomever takes his fancy (all the while never actually cheating on his beloved), also has a host of other hobbies.
One of them is turning up just when I need him, which is why I forgive him when he drives me crazy for his own amusement. Well, I forgive him for other reasons as well, but we'll stop there. (He knows I love him, the imp.)
He has graciously offered to write some essays of a sort. I say of a sort, as with him, they could go anywhere, and often do. I hope you find him charming, amusing, and please do humor him. He does love praise. He's a bit more relaxed, shall I say, here than in the books. For good reason.
Alright, the floor is yours, Michel:
Greetings, my beautiful children, and those soon to be my beautiful chil