• A red heart of memories" and "Past the size of dreaming" by Nina  Kiriki Hoffman.  (lots of magic)
  • Angel series (unless that counts under Buffy)
  • Blood series Tanya Huff
  • Buffy and Angel graphic novels and comics from Dark Horse
  • Charmed and  T*Witches (2 series about teens practicing wicca)
  • COMPANIONS OF THE NIGHT Vivian Van de Velde
  • Dark-Angel Trilogy: The Dark-Angel, A Gathering of Gargoyles, The Pearl of the Soul of the World, Meredith Ann Pierce
  • Darren Shan's series - includes Tunnels of Blood
  • Daughters of the Moon series. Lynne Ewing
  • Francesca Lia Block – can be somewhat surreal, not necessarily vampires & witches
  • Fred Saberhagen’s vampire series: tells Dracula’s POV
  • I Am Morgan le Fay" by Nancy Springer
  • Johnny Voodoo by Dakota Lane
  • Look For Me by Moonlight, by Mary Downing Hahn
  • Mediator and 1-800-Where U series by Jenny Carrol (paranormal- not necessarily vampires & witches)
  • Night World series by L J Smith. Daughters of Darkness_, _Huntress_, _Dark Angel_ are some of  the titles in the series.
  • P. N. Elrod wrote a number of vampire historicals in paperback
  • Prospero's Children by Jan Siegel (and its sequels) (witches & myth)
  • Rulers of Darkness" and it's sequel "Daughter's of Darkness" Steven Spruill.
  • Salem’s Lot by Stephen King
  • SORCERERS OF THE NIGHTWING Huntington, Geoffrey.
  • Stepping from the Shadows, Patricia McKillip', and many of her other titles
  • The Anita Blake series by Laurell Hamilton (for older teens/adults)
  • The Changeover by Margaret Mahy
  • The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause
  • The Sweep series by Cate Tiernan (witches)
  • Thirsty by M.T. Anderson
  • Vampire Diaries (4 vols.) L. J. Smith
  • Witch Child and Sorceress by Celia Rees
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