My guest today is Samantha. Hello! Welcome back to Writing in the Modern Age!
It’s such a pleasure to have you here.
Can you tell us a little bit about your latest book? When did it come out? Where can we get it?
My book is Lunar Rampage, a horror
comedy about a girl who agrees to spend the summer with her kooky grandmother
renovating her house. Unbeknownst to her, the small town is festering with
werewolves, and it very well could be someone she knows. It was released on May
12th of this year, and you can purchase it through Amazon.
This seemingly normal town hides a mysterious and violent secret. When one of the townsfolk up and disappears in the forest, leaving nothing but a pair of shoes, Cora is the only person willing to investigate. The answer, however, is nothing she could have ever anticipated, when under a full moon she finds herself face to face with a… werewolf.
If werewolves don’t exist, where did it come from? And… more importantly, who could it be?
Well, I'm hooked!
Thanks again for stopping by, Samantha! :)
I was born in a very
small town in Connecticut called Putnam, and when I was two years old my
parents moved back to their home state of Michigan, where I was raised and
still reside. From a very early age I found myself telling stories, either
through make believe or the use of dolls. I didn't see it as being childish,
but as a way to act out all the dramatic stories I had in my head. I knew quite
early in life that I wanted to be a writer, but I was convinced I couldn't have
it as a career. I tried to find alternate avenues, but writing always pulled me
back in, and I never found more happiness than when I was creating characters
and alternate worlds.
There is no genre I will
not touch, and I am currently in the process of rewriting my post-apocalyptic
thriller, and a sequel to my recently released novel, Lunar Rampage.
Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/Samantha-Cross/e/B00XCJY7YG/