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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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.
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.
As Dickens mixed realism with a good dose of fantasy to weave his satirical social commentaries of Victorian society how much more fantastical can a tale such as Great Expectations become? Well, Sherri Browning Erwin answers this question with her monster mashup Grave Expectations adding another elemental layer of darkness.
For a poor, parentless orphan, Jane Slayre had the remarkable good fortune to be quite lucky.
It is with great pleasure that we welcome back Sherri Browning Erwin author of this month’s selection Jane Slayre.
It is with great pleasure that we welcome Sherri Browning Erwin as our author of the month with Jane Slayre.
A cold day, sickness consuming the poor charity school girls. Well, almost all of girls. As the girls die, they come back as zombies.
Oh, how I have missed zombies–the lifeless stare, the slow, cumbersome movements, the way they are ended by beheading.
The color red gets a bad rap.
The thick green volume lived on my dusty book shelf.