We make plans and schedules, but life is best when we make room for changes. Last month we featured Wuthering Bites by Sarah Gray, but we didn’t get around to having a discussion about it until today.
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Interview II: Sherri Browning Erwin
We love reading and thinking beyond the book, and behind the book. So it is always a great pleasure when we can ask an author some of our own burning questions. Sherri Browning Erwin has been good enough to allow us to interview her for a second time! She always has such fun answers.
Writing with Ghosts
We are pleased to welcome back Sherri Browning Erwin with her second monster mashup classic Grave Expectations. Today she’s here to tell us a little about what it’s like to write with ghosts, or at least reworking the classics while honoring their creators.
On Reality, Vampires, and Austen
Author’s note: this post will contain a few plot spoilers, thoughts on writing styles. So if you have not finished this book, then you may want to come to this post after you do so.
Twain on Jane (get your mind out of the gutter)
Two hundred years after her death, vampire/incognito-author, Jane Fairfax (a.k.a Jane Austen), runs a bookstore in quiet Upstate New York.
From Eyre to Slayre
It is with great pleasure that we welcome Sherri Browning Erwin as our author of the month with Jane Slayre.
Don’t Feed the Zombies
A cold day, sickness consuming the poor charity school girls. Well, almost all of girls. As the girls die, they come back as zombies.
The Color Red
The color red gets a bad rap.
The thick green volume lived on my dusty book shelf.