Darkness of Twilight: Perils of Today's Vampire Craze
Steve Wohlberg, 559-977-9744 (cell), email@example.com
WA, Oct. 27 /White Horse Media/--The Twilight Saga
of vampire romances, written by Stephenie Meyer, has mesmerized
millions of today’s teens. Eerily, the idea started with a dream
given to Meyer on June 1, 2003, and was later reconfirmed through a
second dream in which the lead vampire character returned and scared
Meyer out of her wits. “He was terrifying!” Meyer reports.
by Little, Brown and Company, Meyer’s four-part series (Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse,
Breaking Dawn) rivals the popularity of Harry Potter.
Summit Entertainment is making each novel into a movie, and the craze
is stellar. Swirling around an intense love affair between a shy
“mortal” teenager, Isabella Swan, and her 108-year-old “immortal”
vampire lover, Edward Cullen, it’s a story of love, lust, vampires,
werewolves, and “good verses evil.”
can be expected, most view Twilight
as grand entertainment, coupled with positive moral messages (Bella and
Edward don’t have sex until after
marriage), yet others are concerned about obvious occult influences,
and rising real
vampirism throughout society.
Steve Wohlberg is
the Speaker/Director of White Horse Media
(Newport, WA). TV producer, radio host, and the author of 23 books, he
has been a guest on over 500 radio and television shows, has been
featured twice on The History Channel series, The
Nostradamus Effect, and has spoken by special invitation
inside the Pentagon and U.S. Senate.
newest book, The
Darkness of Twilight: Hidden Perils of Today’s Vampire Craze
(Remnant Publications, 2009), explores the fictitious world of
Hollywood movies and TV shows (Twilight,
CW’s The Vampire Diaries,
HBO’s True Blood),
a very real “vampire subculture” now gaining
momentum around the world, and its hidden perils.
interview with Steve Wohlberg was a delight. He was well informed,
passionate, and articulate.” --Inga
Barks, The Inga Barks Show, KMJ, 580 AM
what a great interview! You are passionate yet patient on the subject.
I thought you were well spoken and diplomatic in everything you said. --Jason Hawes & Grant
Wilson, Stars of the Sci Fi Channel’s Hit TV Show, Ghost Hunters,
Reality Radio, http://beyondrealityradio.com/
Greetings again from American Family Radio. Thank you so much
being on Today's Issues. The interview was very interesting and
Marvin, & Cindy, The Today's Issues Team, www.afr.net
interviews, contact Steve Wohlberg at 559-977-9744 (cell) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit www.avoidtwilight.com.