Don't tell me it's not about the $$$$$. The newest thing in "Christian Fiction" is, you guessed it, vampires. Thomas Nelson is publishing a trilogy by Eric Wilson called Jerusalem's Undead, about characters who have risen from the dead after coming into contact with Judas' blood. A Senior VP says about the series: "It is fantasy, but he weaves it from a biblical perspective and ties it back to the power of blood." Mmm hmm.
In September of this year another Christian publisher, WaterBrook Multnomah will release Christian chick-lit author Tracey Bateman's Thirsty. An editor says that Markus, Bateman's vampire, "is a character but also a metaphor for demons anyone must overcome."
Yep. Sure. Sounds real "Christian" to me. Like I said: It's about the $$$$$$$$.