So who is this Elrod dame, anyway?
Here's what Rachel Caine wrote:
"P.N. Elrod is a vivid, exciting, crazed tornado of a
woman who writes as ferociously as she lives. The great silent film actress Louise
Brooks once said, "If I ever bore you, it will be with a knife," but if she
hadn't said it first, Pat would have. Boring, Pat ain't. Brilliant, she is.
Read her books. Read them again. Hang around her at a convention, if
you've taken your Vivarian. She'll never, ever bore you ... not even with a
When asked for a quote of her own, Pat asked for
a beer and said,
"Just hand over the chocolate and nobody gets hurt."
P.N. "Pat" Elrod is the author of
24 commercially-published novels, more than 20 short stories, an editor and
co-editor of several collections --
not bad, considering her incurable addiction to chocolate. She lives somewhere on
another planet, but maintains a convenient citizenship in the state of Texas for tax
She chills with her
dogs, Sasha and Megan, and a full-size Dr. Who TARDIS she once built when she
had too much time on her hands. (We'll gloss over the K-9 in her
garage.) Her hair remains red nearly all the time, except when it's on
fire because of a deadline. Everything else is subject to rewrite.
In between the novel
writing, Pat is polishing her editing and script writing skills. �I�ve several original projects in mind for screenplays,
including scripts for my own novels.
The story-telling demands are different for a visual medium, but
that�s right up my alley. When
I write, I tend to run a film of the action in my head, so doing scripts
is just an extension of that for me.
Pat loves meeting readers of her books and
guesting at Sci/Fi conventions all over the country--when she has the time!
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