Angela KuligI hate talking about myself. When I have to write biographies, I tend to turn them into excellent jokes and hide the fact that really they make my soul hurt. So when I started work on this one, I had it my head I’d just compile the best bits of various other biographies and call it a night. Sort of like Angela Kulig’s greatest hits, all my best yuck-yucks no misses.
But apparently, I am very good at one liners; and even after liberal use of the copy and pasting it amounted to little more than this:
Did you know I used to be a pirate? And no, I don’t mean I downloaded illegal files of Napster—it is absolutely true, and the biggest lie I have uttered (more than ten times in public) at the same time.
Maybe I should start this way, I used to be an actor! While being an actor, I did several noteworthy things including the writing of my first novel the summer before sixth grade, and the writing of my first play two years later. But the coolest thing I ever did was work at a virtual reality theatre; where I was paid to be a pirate—among other things.
It’s a great opener!
These days, I just write (awesome) books and live in the desert against my will.
But sometimes I still like to pretend I’m a pirate.
In the prequel to SKELETON LAKE, Cassie chooses the wrong brother. That leads to a series of events that take all of her choices away. For in a world of beautiful bones and false flesh, sometimes life after death is killer.
Scars from loving the same girl, a girl who managed to stay dead.
Now she is being hunted, for what she has become and what she never asked to be. Even as a Skeleton Marlow isn’t the worst thing in the night—she isn’t even close.