Conversation with author Lynne Murray,
Dial in tomorrow (Sunday, October 16, 2011) at 5 p.m Eastern/4 p.m. Central as Lynne & I talk about her new novel & whatever else strikes our fancy. Other Pearlsong authors may be on the call as well. All participants will be able to ask questions and comment as time and technology permit.
There's no cost to participate in the Conversation, other than any long distance toll charges that might apply. The Conversation will be recorded and available for listening/downloading afterward, but we'd love for you to join us live if possible. To receive the teleconference call details (phone number & access code), send an email to pearlsongconversations @ pearlsong.com. The call details will be automatically emailed to you.
Sir John Falstaff—yes, the Shakespearean rogue—is undead & misbehaving in San Francisco in The Falstaff Vampire Files, published by Pearlsong Press in September 2011. Middle-aged psychologist Kris Marlowe doesn't believe in vampires, but when she's attacked by a horde of murderous monsters she must seek help from the most famous rogue in history, who once drank ale and now drinks only blood.
"There is ample fun to be found in The Falstaff Vampire Files, which posits a cozy alliance of San Francisco humans & vampires against a far more evil force which equally terrifies them both," says Andrew Fox, author of Fat White Vampire Blues, Bride of the Fat White Vampire & The Good Humor Man: or, Calorie 3501. "Lynne Murray's subtle, generous sense of humor & deft characterization skills result in a cast readers will feel happy having spent time with, particularly the vampire of the title, a refugee from Shakespearean times who turns out, in his own unkempt and boisterous way, to be every lonely single woman's fondest dream."
The Falstaff Vampire Files is available in original trade paperback & ebook formats from your favorite booksellers (including Amazon.com & BanesandNoble.com) as well as directly from Pearlsong Press.
Lynne Murray is the author of the award-winning Josephine Fuller, sleuth of size, mystery series, as well as the romantic comedy novel Bride of the Living Dead. Her humorous essays, interviews & reviews have appeared in magazines & newspapers & on her website. She lives & writes in San Francisco. Find her on the web at www.lmurray.com.
You can find links to previous Pearlsong Conversation recordings on the Pearlsong Conversations webpage. See http://www.pearlsong.com/pearlsongconversations.htm for more info and the archived recordings.
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