Will God smile over a vampire story? I suppose it is possible – if the vampire is rescued from his bloodthirsty ways. Or at least the vampire is the villain. If you bring any other combination into play here, I think you’re playing with fire. Stop to think about it for minute. What does drinking blood represent??  If I have to tell you the answer to this question – then you’re not really a Christian. Do the research on people who have actually drunk human blood. Any glorification of people involved in this practice will be an abomination to God.
Perhaps Christians should tap into the market for books that glorify witches. That’s a lucrative market. People are obsessed with the occult. What is up with that? Perhaps Christian writers can focus on writing on the Supernatural – but from God’s perspective. There are people all over the world being delivered from demons, set free from addictions, and healed from illness and injuries. Where are the novels about that?  The Apostle Paul said “whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.”
I have a feeling that vampires, and werewolves, and witches, oh my, are not included in Paul’s list. The concept that the market place should determine is absolutely ludicrous. Is that not a form of man passing judgment on God instead of the other way around?
On an important topic such as this one, I don’t spin off a few hundred words of opinion. This topic was worthy of a novel. I just finished it yesterday. It is called Against the Twilight. You will be able to download the eBook for free in a couple of weeks. In it I will weave my opinion mixed with scripture,drama, humor, and love. I pray that no reader will ever look at vampires in the same light (or should I say twilight) again.