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Christopher Rice

Christopher Rice is the author of four New York Times bestsellers. The son of author Anne Rice and the late poet Stan Rice, he was raised in New Orleans. He now resides in Los Angeles, where he is a cohost of the Internet radio program The Dinner Party Show with Christopher Rice & Eric Shaw Quinn.
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Christopher Rice on His Supernatural Thriller and His Love for New Orleans

New York Times bestselling author Christopher Rice brilliantly conjures up the shadowed terrors of the Louisiana bayou—where three friends confront a deadly, ancient evil rising to the surface—in the intense, atmospheric new supernatural thriller ...

My Life in 8 Words

Author Revealed

Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. The truth will set you free. It might not make you rich and popular, but it will certainly set you free.

Q. What is your biggest pet peeve?

A. People who shout into their cell phones at restaurants or in the gym

Q. What are your 5 favorite songs?

A. God Passing Over The Face Of The Waters (Moby) Heartbreak Make Me A Dancer (Sophie Ellis Bextor) Losing My Mind (Stephen Sondheim/FOLLIES) Defying Gravity (Stephen Schwartz/WICKED)

Q. Who is your favorite fictional villain?

A. Lasher from THE WITCHING HOUR by Anne Rice a.k.a my Mom

Q. If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you choose to be?

A. Exactly where I am, but in a slightly better mood.

Author Voices

April 12, 2010

So here I am, a week into my tour for THE MOONLIT EARTH, and enjoying the heck out of Little Rock - the latter of which surprised me, to be frank - when a reader at my discussion asks me a very simple question, but one fraught, shall we say?  "In Blind Fall you include a lot of information on how to kill a person. Are you concerned that maybe you're, uh, teaching people how to kill?" To be honest, the question was asked with the utmost respect but the chill that went through me was palpable.

Stephen King, upon learning that one of his novellas about a school shooting has been found in the locker of a... see more

April 12, 2010

Here's a brief rundown of things I've learned so far on my tour for The Moonlit Earth.

1. Little Rock is a great town.
2. The Capitol Hotel in Little Rock has the best chicken friend steak in this solar system.
3. If you're going to be stuck on a small commuter jet that has no AC make sure you're sitting next to fierce performance artist (and memoirst) Stacey Ann Chin.
4. Morning shows sometimes ask serious, substantive questions. Don't go in prepared to field a bunch of light questions about your mother. They might actually ask you where your characters come from.
5. There is no looking perfectly pressed on a book tour.... see more

April 12, 2010

People who meet me in person after reading my work (or short synopses of my work) often tell me they think I'm funny. Why don't I try my hand at a comedy? Why not, I think? Last year, I took this idea to my good friend, writer Eric Shaw Quinn. "I think I'll try my hand at comedy," I announced proudly.

"Ah, yes," he responded with a wistful smile. "A comedy in which dark forces kill hundreds of people. I can't wait."

I am, however, perfectly capable of writing funny bits of dialogue which I sandwich in between terrorist bombings and the unearthing of decades-old, family-destroying secrets. That counts for something, right?

But... see more

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