mr. mcguire

You can take about 3 of these off but yes! ):

Stranger: Are Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World good shows?

Friend: ….Oh no….

Me: *pulls up podium* * sets up power point* *clears throat* I’m glad you fucking asked.

Friend: Here we go again…

uru-viel  asked:

Hi Mr. McGurie. Umm, I may have accidentally followed you without knowing that you are an author. I was wondering which of your books would you recommend I read. I have looked at your website and I'm sort of lost. Might be because I'm sick sorry. If you have time could you please answer this. Thank you for your time.

Hello!

My name is Seanan McGuire.  I write books!  I am also a girl, which is sometimes relevant and sometimes not, but I figure it’s good to point it out.  (Funny story: the first hand-written “we’d like to see more” rejection I ever got was addressed to Mr. McGuire.)

Because I love my books, I recommend them all.  This is not helpful.  Without knowing what you like to read, I can’t tailor my recommendation much beyond that point.  So…

If you like the idea of Veronica Mars meets The Dresden Files, read the Toby Daye books.  The first one is called Rosemary and Rue.

If you like the idea of Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets The Crocodile Hunter, read the InCryptid books.  The first one is called Discount Armageddon.

If you like the idea of The West Wing meets Transmetropolitan, read the Newsflesh books (published under the name “Mira Grant”).  The first one is called Feed.

If you like the idea of Night of the Creeps meets The Stand, read the Parasitology books (also Mira Grant).  The first one is called Parasite.

If you like the idea The Laundry Files meets Teen Titans Go, read the Velveteen books.  The first one is called Velveteen vs. The Junior Super Patriots.

If you like the idea of The Midnight Hour meets season one Supernatural, read Sparrow Hill Road.

…having typed all that out, I will now take a nap.