"Writing is not for wusses."--Lynne Main
That sounds like fun to read! Reminds me of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies"... the only way to get my husband to read Austen. :)
Sounds fun. I'm curious how an author can use a classic like that as a basis for their book? Do they just say 'by Jane Austen and New Author' and that makes it ok to use their work in a new way?I in no way mean to offend. I am just not familiar with the classic 'mash-up' genre.
Mash-ups are becoming really popular nowadays. I wonder what will come next? Which classic will they add the supernatural to? And, I wonder what the purists think about their classics being mashed-up?
Huh, I love the picture on the front. It sounds like a really interesting read! I like Bronté. I like Vampire books. It's like having a Mcdonalds combo menu- have it your way.
I always thought that Jane Eyre would make a better ghost hunter than vampire slayer. But vampires are all the rage these days, so....
Janet (and others): If you haven't seen Emilia's video, you should. (I think there's a Query Shark reference.)
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