Introducing tonight's Woman in Horror Month...
Julianne Snow, is the author of the Days with the Undead series and Glimpses of the Undead.
She is the founder of Zombieholics Anonymous and the Co-Founder and Publicist at Sirens Call Publications. Writing in the realms of speculative fiction, Julianne has roots that go deep into horror and is a member of the Horror Writers Association.
With pieces of short fiction in various publications, Julianne always has a few surprises up her sleeves. Be sure to check out The Carnival 13, a collaborative round-robin novella for charity which she contributed to and helped to spearhead which was released in October 2013.
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Julianne Snow Interview
What do you do when you’re not writing about the end of days or things that go bump in the night?
The simple answer to that is living life! I work, I go out, I date, I try to get enough sleep – just the regular sort of stuff that people do.
Tell me about your latest book, something unusual if possible.
Anything in particular that you want to say about it? Where did you draw the inspiration from? Favourite characters? Tell us something unusual.
My latest release is a short story collection called Glimpses of the Undead that features mostly Zombie tales of varying length and one lone comedic vampire tale. I’m really proud of the collection and one of the tales in it looks at what a Zombie could be and takes it to a very different level—it’s erotic but not in the realm of necrophilia!
Book blurb and cover
What are you working on next and when can we expect it?
At the moment, I’m working on the second, third and fourth books in the Days with the Undead series—each of them are just in different stages of being complete. As for when to expect them, I don’t put dates on anything until I’m 100% sure I can deliver them. That way, fans have something to look forward to, but don’t have the chance to be disappointed if something takes a little longer in editing or when putting on the final finishing touches.
What makes you want to write about dystopia/the apocalypse and/or horror?
I think it’s just naturally where my mind takes things. Horror is a definite love of mine and I think everyone has a natural curiosity for how the world will end, if it ends.
Are you a prepper with an apocalypse plan in place, or are you just going to wing it?
I have a definite plan I’d like to undertake but I don’t practice it—it’s likely more of an idea that anything else. I’m beginning to think I might be screwed…
What’s your apocalypse/horror song?
I’m really partial to Queen’s ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ but I could very easily go for “Now You’re Just Somebody That I Used To Know’ by Goyte as well.
I believe that the horror genre is way more accepting of female horror writers now, what’s your take on it?
I do think the genre fans are more accepting but I also feel that there are a few stereotypes and glass ceilings that still exist. With time, they’ll be shattered—no system is 100% perfect.
Excerpt From Glimpses Of The Undead
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