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An Interview with Writer Claudia Gray

By: Miss Marm

Claudia Gray is working on a werewolf romance set aboard the Titanic. Can we pre-order this masterpiece yet?? —Miss Marm

When did you realize you wanted to be a writer?

I always wanted to be a writer. It goes back farther than my ability to remember any realization. Probably as soon as I knew people wrote books, I wanted to write

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An Interview with Writer Kimberly Derting

By: Miss Marm

Today's featured Dark Days author is Kimberly Derting, who's on Team Zombie! —Miss Marm

When did you realize you wanted to be a writer?
I’ve known that I wanted to write since I took journalism in the 7th grade. I figured out pretty quickly that I didn’t want to be a journalist, though, since they have to cover big events like wars and droughts and epidemics. I’m more of a stay-in-my-clean-safe-house-and-make-stuff-up kind of gal. Thankfully, that worked out for

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An Interview with Writer Courtney Moulton

By: Miss Marm

I'm excited to announce that all this week, we'll be publishing interviews with authors of novels in the Dark Days series. I know many Sparklers aspire to be writers, and this is a great chance to steal ideas from get inspired by professionals. First up: Courtney Moulton, author of Angelfire. —Miss Marm

When did you realize you wanted to be a writer?

Due to numerous learning disabilities, I had a very difficult time learning to read and wasn’t able to until the second grade. When I got to chapter books, I discovered the Goosebumps series by RL Stine and they changed my world. I loved the scary stories and couldn’t get enough. I collected just about every single one and when it still wasn’t enough, I began writing my own. My earliest stories involved murder mysteries, vampires, and haunted houses. I wanted to be just like RL Stine when I grew up and write books about the

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