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As an author who is a Christian and writes in the horror genre (at least for now), I’m even more inspired by Anne’s journey from atheism and back to her Catholic roots. I understand that in this novel she talks about how her previous novels were written from an atheistic worldview. I so admire her coming out and saying this as it helps point to the fact that writing about vampires or werewolves or zombies isn’t inherently evil but rather an expression of self as is the case with all fiction.
I also appreciate Mrs. Rice’s decision to stay away from the type fiction that obviously pushes her to remember a very dark and sad time in her life. Perhaps one day she’ll be able to forge ahead and revisit writing horror fiction from her new worldview. Until then, do check out her recent books. After all, these were written by literary genius Anne Rice and horror or not, she’s well worth reading. I can only hope to ever be as talented.
Other books by post-atheist Anne Rice: