Book Tour, Week One

Hi, all! I was so busy touring I didn’t have time to blog about it. But now I do (sort of?). I am still working on the adaptation of Good Neighbors to screen. I also have good news about my next book, which I hope to announce soon. This is the thing that makes me … Read more

All The Online Events for Good Neighbors!

February 25, 5:00pm PST – Bestselling author Paul Tremblay and I will be in conversation at The Novel Neighbor Bookstore (St. Louis). Sign up here, with eventbrite. March 2, Noon PST- Gillian Flynn, author of Gone Girl, Sharp Objects, and Dark Places, does me a solid, as we’ll have a conversation for the B&N Book … Read more

Upcoming Events!

Hi, all!  This week has been historical and also terrible. But capitalism goes on, and on that note: I have an event, Night Time Logic with Dan Braum, on January 14, 4-6:30 pm PST, viewable on you-tube via Facebook. It’s 2.5 hours long! So come and ask questions. We’ll talk about Good Neighbors, Horror, stuff … Read more

Holiday News and Events

Happy holidays! I have some interviews coming up. If you’re a patron of This is Horror, head over there now and log your questions: https://www.patreon.com/posts/45442760 Lee Thomas, Douglas Wynne and I read ghost stories for the NY Ghost Story Festival and you can watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iShi1ZHmUHA My novella Prettiest Mask is still excerpted up at … Read more

Tor Book Blog

Below is my blog on Tor Books: https://tornightfire.com/sarah-langan-on-imagining-horror-as-the-world-burns/ I’m pretty sure I was born loving horror. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t love to be scared. I’m told the same type of personality loves roller coasters (I do!) – it’s all about the thrill. The feeling of unsafety, while knowing you’re safe. As … Read more

“Keeping me Safe”

Now that I’m finally making some money, I was quickly told by my accountant that I needed to form a company, and that she needed to be my manager for 5% of my income. I know lots of people who do this. They don’t want to bother with all the nonsense in navigating that the … Read more