Erin A. Craig has always loved telling stories.
After getting her B.F.A. from the University of Michigan, in Theatre Design and Production, she stage managed tragic operas with hunchbacks, séances, and murderous clowns, then decided she wanted to write books that were just as spooky.
An avid reader, a decent quilter, rabid basketball fan, and collector of typewriters, Erin makes her home in Memphis, TN with her husband and daughter.
Genres: Young Adult Fantasy
Together, Apart (2020) (with Auriane Desombre, Erin Hahn, Bill Konigsberg, Rachael Lippincott, Brittney Morris, Sanji Patel, Natasha Preston and Jennifer Yen)
Erin A Craig recommends
Ruthless Gods (2020)
(Something Dark and Holy, book 2)
Emily A Duncan
"Ruthless Gods opens the door to a world of fallen gods and eldritch horrors... Gruesome, grotesque, and so, so glorious."
Ghost Wood Song (2020)
"Strikes the perfect balance of atmospheric chills, dark familial secrets, and a yearning for the warm comforts of home. I could hear the cicadas' call and feel the smothering humidity, even as I shivered!"
The Bright & the Pale (2021)
(Bright & the Pale, book 1)
"Sparkling and sumptuous, Rubinkowski’s adventurous debut crackles with tension and yearning. I was so transported into Strana’s icy world, I saw my breath in the air as the pages flew by."
Don't Breathe a Word (2021)
"Shines a light on the darkness hiding at an elite boarding school and the lengths one girl will go through to join its secret society. Full of mystery and heart, I loved this book!"
For the Wolf (2021)
(Wilderwood, book 1)
"Drenched in atmosphere, with sharp and biting prose, Whitten's For the Wolf is a glorious journey through woods deep and so very dark. A stunning debut."
Survive the Night (2021)
"A love letter to final girls and badass cinematic heroines, Sager's new tale ripples with taut pacing, nail-biting tension, and a series of twists that will leave you whiplashed. I devoured this book."
That Weekend (2021)
"Kara Thomas deftly weaves a web of secrets, tangling you in a mystery so shocking you’ll never guess the ending. My jaw actually dropped."
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