Time to get crackin' on that next novel. A writer's work is never done.

News and events

and fun stuff

The chilly weather is on the way and with it brings the chills of October.


I myself love the cooler climes and will be smiling while others will be decrying the approach of winter.

 

In honor of the season, I'll be doing a talk on vampires at 7 p.m. Oct. 25 at Schaumburg Township Public Library, and 7 p.m. Oct. 27 at Lake Villa Public Library. I'll have books available for purchase as well. It's a fun topic to talk about. 


I'm also hard at work on finishing up a book on the movie Meet the Parents. Many people might remember the movie from 2000, but not many know that movie was a remake of an independent feature made in the early 1990s by Greg Glienna, from a script he wrote with Mary Ruth Clark. The road from local theaters to Hollywood Blockbuster was a long and bumpy one, but definitely an interesting one.


I'm also working on resurrecting the vampire series. My former publisher, Dagda Publishing, is no more, so a new home must be found for my vampires. Hopefully this will be done quickly because I have a lot of stories to tell.

 





The Greatest writer who Ever Lived


Laura L. Enright