Join us in welcoming five-time Bram Stoker Award-winning and Shirley Jackson Award-nominated author Lucy A. Snyder and bestselling author Chuck Wendig as they discuss Lucy's upcoming sci-fi/horror novel SISTER, MAIDEN, MONSTER on Monday, March 13th at 6:00 PM. This is an in-person event.
About the Book:
Sister, Maiden, Monster is a visceral story set in the aftermath of our planet’s disastrous transformation and told through the eyes of three women trying to survive the nightmare, from Bram Stoker Award-winning author Lucy A. Snyder.
A virus tears across the globe, transforming its victims in nightmarish ways. As the world collapses, dark forces pull a small group of women together.
Erin, once quiet and closeted, acquires an appetite for a woman and her brain. Why does forbidden fruit taste so good?
Savannah, a professional BDSM switch, discovers a new turn-on: committing brutal murders for her eldritch masters.
Mareva, plagued with chronic tumors, is too horrified to acknowledge her divine role in the coming apocalypse, and as her growths multiply, so too does her desperation.
Inspired by her Bram Stoker Award-winning story “Magdala Amygdala,” Lucy A. Snyder delivers a cosmic tale about the planet’s disastrous transformation ... and what we become after.
About the Authors:
LUCY A. SNYDER is the five-time Bram Stoker Award-winning and Shirley Jackson Award-nominated author of 15 books and over 100 published short stories. Her most recent titles are the collections Halloween Season and Exposed Nerves. She lives near Columbus, Ohio with a jungle of plants and an assortment of pet cats, crustaceans, fish, and turtles. You can learn more about her at lucysnyder.com and you can follow her on Twitter at @LucyASnyder.
Chuck Wendig is the New York Times bestselling author of Wanderers, The Book of Accidents, and more than two dozen other books for adults and young adults. A finalist for the Astounding Award and an alum of the Sundance Screenwriters Lab, he has also written comics and games, and for film and television. He’s known for his popular blog, terribleminds, and books about writing such as Damn Fine Story. He lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, with his family.