Guest Post by Dan O’Brien

My novel, Bitten, has recently been getting some traction, even earning a top 100 spot on Conversations Book Club. Its sequel, Drained, is in the works and I have been doing the rounds, letting people get to know the new heroine in horror fiction, Lauren Westlake. Here is an exclusive look at more than half of the novel for your perusal.

I will admit it: I was a huge Fringe fan. When I first started writing Bitten, the template for Lauren Westlake was inspired greatly by Anna Torv, best known for playing Oliva Dunham. As I was reading the funny pages, I saw that Torv and Jackson were in no hurry to jump on-board a new project. So this is what I suggest: Anna Torv as the title character in a movie version of Bitten or a series that follows the adventures of Lauren Westlake called Westlake.

Who should play Dominic? Montgomery? Matthews?

 

About Dan O’Brien: A psychologist, author, philosopher, freelance editor, and skeptic, Dan O’Brien has published several novels and currently has many in print, including: The End of the World Playlist, Bitten, The Journey, The Ocean and the Hourglass, The Portent, The Path of the Fallen, Book of Seth, and Cerulean Dreams.

Follow him on Twitter (@AuthorDanOBrien)

Visit his blog at http://thedanobrienproject.blogspot.com. He is also the senior editor and marketing director at Empirical, a national magazine with a strong West Coast vibe. Find out more about the magazine atwww.empiricalmagazine.com.

 
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About Elizabeth Delana Rosa

Elizabeth Delana Rosa has always been a writer and reader. When she first learned letter and words in Kindergarten, she wrote about pigs who “groo” wings and became “butterfys.” Elizabeth knew way back then that she would have a love affair with books. They have overtaken her life and have been a constant companions. Now over 20 years later, that love flows over into writing blogs, reviews, poetry and fantasy novels. Her blog recently broke the 3000 followers mark.

Posted on February 1, 2013, in Guest Post. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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