I’ve seen this movie advertised in various streaming channels, and was always sort of interested, but always found something that interested me more. I’m not sure what I expected from the blurb: “A single mother is plagued by the violent death of her husband and battles with her son’s fear […]
I’m flattered to have been interviewed as the featured author of the day by ManyBooks.net, an aggregation site for ebook deals. You can see the interview here: http://manybooks.net/featured-authors/erik-henry-vick-plunging-readers-face-first-into-evil. It was a lot of fun, and I did get a bit silly toward the end, but what the hay.
I was lucky to be introduced to Meg Elison’s work (specifically The Book of the Unnamed Midwife) last month. It was quirky, imaginative, and, in my opinion, novel (haha! Get it?). The book tells the post-apocalyptic tale of an unnamed, bisexual woman–a nurse–who wakes up alone in a hospital, after having survived […]