B. C. Sirrom


Originally from rural West Virginia, Sirrom currently lives in Tennessee with her husband. She studied architecture and landscape architecture, earning degrees in both. She loves creativity in all its forms: art, music, literature, etc. B.C. has always enjoyed storytelling, but until recently never put one of her stories to paper. Writing began as a way to relax during graduate school. No one knew she was writing until her first novel, Solstice Night was under contract. She writes stories that she would enjoy reading, such as fantasy, sci-fi, mystery and paranormal romance. Now working full-time, B.C. still finds time to write every day…well, almost.

Where to find B. C. Sirrom online


All the Lovely Creatures
Price: Free! Words: 60,940. Language: English. Published: October 9, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal, Fiction » Horror » Occult
(5.00 from 1 review)
An Anthology of short stories written by GoodReads Paranormal & Horror Lovers Group. Eight authors contributed to this free ebook as an exercise in collaboration and pushing the limits of the paranormal/horror genre with highly unique works.
Chaos Children
Price: Free! Words: 11,190. Language: English. Published: June 18, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal » General, Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
(2.00 from 1 review)
Where do vampires come from? Are they demons, evolutionary mutants or something more. This short story compliments the paranormal romance 'Solstice Night' but is a stand alone story that tells the beginning of it all.

B. C. Sirrom's tag cloud

adult halloween    anthology    bloodlust    creature    demon    detroit    ghost    halloween    horror    origin    paranormal    revenge    scary    sucubus    supernatural    vampire    were    wolves   

Smashwords book reviews by B. C. Sirrom

  • Dr. North's Wound and Other Stories on June 11, 2012

    'Dr. North's Wound and Other Stories' is an excellent, engrossing, often chilling read. The first story 'Dr. North's Wound' has a "Hawthorne-ian" feel. It had a very dark humanity. However, it was the second story in the collection, 'A Crow Among the Starlings' that established the book for me. It was terrifying in its calm delivery and transformation of an ordinary man. John Dodds is a serendipitous discovery.
  • Worthy on Oct. 14, 2013

    Good story with well-developed characters. I do wish for a little more world building. The hierarchy of the classes is introduced but a deeper history is missing. Still very enjoyable read. (Loved Sev!)