I'm a pop culture blogger who covers books,film and TV,plus other trends at Living Read Girl. I was once an independent bookseller who hopes to become a published author someday.
What is your latest publishing project?
My new ebook is called Fanny Price,Slayer of Vampires,which takes Jane Austen's Mansfield Park in a whole new direction as the book's heroine finds herself having to save her relatives from the clutches of Mary and Henry Crawford,who have sharp fangs to match their wit and wiles.
Other than the obvious,what differences are there between your book and Mansfield Park?
I decided to tell this story in a series of letters than Fanny writes to her favorite brother William but never sends him,for fear of causing him undue concern. The secret correspondence is discovered by present day descendants of the Bertram family,who now live in America and have just found out they own some property back in England. One of the modern time Bertrams, a fellow named Willie E, thinks that publishing his ancestor's story might get him some of that "bestseller" success and maybe even a movie deal with Angelina Jolie-who knows,it might happen!
The classic Jane Austen novel gets a chilling twist as a series of secret letters reveal a menace to Mansfield Park more frightening than a visit from Aunt Norris. From the author of The Austen Avenger comes Fanny Price,Slayer of Vampires,a fang in cheek celebration of Austen's most underrated heroine on her 200th anniversary. She may speak softly but Fanny does carry quite the sharp stick!
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