By way of the Haunted October blog tour, Susan Abel Sullivan visits Alive on the Shelves today, where she briefly discusses what inspired her zany and charming tale of a haunted Velvet Elvis, The Haunted Housewives of Allister, Alabama.
Susan Abel Sullivan writes: As a lover of all things dark and spooky, writing about a haunted painting only seemed natural. And my own lovely Victorian home even provided the inspiration. Upon moving in ten years ago, we discovered a framed, antique water color by Hendricks A. Hallett (1847-1921) hanging on the root cellar wall down in the unfinished and rather humid basement. Read more…
Also out today, Basia’s Bookshelf posted a great review for Fried Zombie Dee-Light! by Susan Abel Sullivan. The reviewer can’t get enough of Sullivan’s work. Luckily for her, The Haunted Housewives of Allister, Alabama is coming out in less than two weeks.
Come back to World Weaver Press tomorrow as Haunted October presents a “history of horror” in American film. Or check out some of the great stops Haunted October’s already made about ghosts in the library, the macabre joy of autumn, and the first in a five part series on haunted folklore.
Posted on October 5, 2012, in World Weaver Press and tagged blog tour, ghosts, Haunted Housewives of Allister Alabama, Haunted October, inspiration, Susan Abel Sullivan, World Weaver Press. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.