Here is the archive of recent Dracula-readers.
— Jennie Rich (@bunyip7) July 27, 2011
@DraculaBites I finished reading it a few weeks ago. Does that count? I enjoyed noticing how recent vampires are nothing like the count…
— Angela S (@VampsTheseDays) July 27, 2011
Finished #dracula on the train this morning. I remember why it was awesome, as well as why I hadn't read it for a decade
— Rachel (@amusedmuse) July 27, 2011
@DraculaBites Reread DRACULA this spring; even having read it several times over the past 30 years, still found it thrilling & compelling!
— G. (@cybersphynx) July 27, 2011
— Jillian Venters (@CupcakeGoth) July 27, 2011
Enjoying reading Dracula 🙂
— elli andersen (@uglykidelli) July 27, 2011
just finished re-reading Dracula. Next on the list, 'Salem's Lot'…
— Flotsam & Jetsam (@Picklepod) July 27, 2011
Reading originals: Dracula has a mustache. Fu Manchu has no mustache. Mind = blown.
— Eric Rosenfield (@ericrosenfield) July 27, 2011
I still have to finish Reading Dracula! I read more than half of it last year & fell in love. I forgot to read the rest.
— – (@chaneboi) July 27, 2011
Now reading Bram Stoker's Dracula. Looks like a good book. 🙂
— Rachelle Suficiencia (@bubblysofi) July 28, 2011
Finished Dracula. That there's the real deal, none of yer shitey Twilight wannabes. These are proper garlic/crucifix hating vampires. 😀
— Imogen Sherrit (@Immi_Gin) July 28, 2011
Reading Dracula. Keep imagining him as count chocula, despite vivid description proving otherwise. Lulz.
— Jo Axelson (@presssecretary) July 28, 2011
— Phobos 卐 (@WesternSociety) July 28, 2011
Bought a book for the flight back- Bram Stoker's "Dracula"- a classic I have wanted to read for a long time.
— Larry Litle (@LarryLitle) July 28, 2011
Whoever hasn't read Bram Stoker's Dracula seriously needs to read it.
— virjonity (@fjgoya) July 29, 2011
Bram Stokers Dracula – what a fantastic read!
— Kev Clarke (@KevC_Derby) July 30, 2011
I am reading Dracula and it gives me the chills!
— Derya Ulusoy (@derya_ulusoy) July 30, 2011
August is reserved for Bram Stoker's Dracula. I read it in the sunshine only. Much safer that way. Store it in the veggie crisper at night..
— Karen DeNoble (@KarenDeNoble) July 30, 2011
When I was little, I read the junior version o Dracula and it kept me awake for four weeks. So I bought the adult version.
— Molly (@hausofskittles) July 31, 2011
I decided to bring something light and fun to read on the beach. I settled on Dracula and Stephen King. I think something is wrong with me.
— Haley Lynn Quinton (@HaleyHalestorm) July 31, 2011
Just finished reading bram stokers #Dracula incredible book.
— Matt O'Neill (@mattolicious) July 31, 2011
It's a dark and stormy night and I'm reading Bram Stoker's Dracula-perfect! #litgeek
— Paul Tracy (@paulmtracy) August 1, 2011
So i'm going to try and read a book a week. This week is Dracula by Bram Stoker.
— Katie (@hiikatie) August 1, 2011
Right you lovely lot.I'm off to meet @natty_lik for chitchat before reading group, which tonight will discuss Dracula. I'll take my crucifix
— Linda Endersby (@linda1966) August 1, 2011
@DraculaBites I am just re-reading Dracula for 3rd time and I love it. 🙂
— Alan Kovacevic (@ainthemix) August 1, 2011
— Greg Corder (@gehenna27) August 1, 2011
Is it a good idea to start reading dracula at this time.. I'm gonna get scared and bloodshot eyes.
— tab$ (@akisswithfists) August 1, 2011
Reading Dracula at the moment…such a great classic : )
— PHILDEL (@PHILDEL) August 2, 2011
Read through chapter 12 of Dracula and am quite engrossed in the book now. Jane Eyre still my fave from this summer but loving this one too!
— Stefanie (@stefandstuff) August 2, 2011
Been reading Dracula. The original Vampire story, by Bram Stoker. I love a classic. Might inspire me to keep a journal.
— Rivalution (@Rivalution) August 3, 2011
Currently reading 'Dracula' – a book I haven't read since I was ten years old…which is…um…a long time ago – beautifully atmospheric…
— Steven Lawler (@StevenLawler) August 3, 2011
I've been reading Dracula all day, it's very fascinating.
— Terri Garratt (@TerriGarratt) August 3, 2011
What can I do ? I just wanna sleep, but I wanna read too, Bram Stoker Dracula… I love that one !
— Eloise (@Elogd) August 4, 2011
Reading Dracula and so far it is pretty good!
— Emily McKee (@emiliaMacK) August 4, 2011
Reading Dracula for English, and it's really quite scary, or maybe I'm just a whimp
— Lauren Brown (@LaurenB_x_) August 4, 2011
Note to self: don't read Dracula before bed unless you want to be continuously awoken by dreams of people trying to kill you in your bed.
— Louise (@louweeziz) August 5, 2011
Reading the original horror classic Dracula -Bram Stoker
— Carlos E. Fernandez (@CarlosFndez) August 5, 2011