Author: Lori Strongin

“Normal is overrated” is the mantra of author Lori T. Strongin. A hard-core Taurus with a love for elves, zombie squirrels, and cannibalistic cotton balls, Lori is an avid reader and writer and can usually be found glued to her laptop, killing people.

Born and bred on the New Jersey shore--yes that Jersey shore--Lori currently lives in theme park central, otherwise known as Central Florida, where she spends her days fending off the most dangerous of creatures: tourists. She's been to all fifty states, thirteen countries, and holds the distinction of being among the few people in the world to faceplant not into one, but two glaciers. In her free time, she's lead soloist in her shower, a champion cat wrangler, and Queen of General Geekery.

An English/Creative Writing honors graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, Lori is the author of more than a dozen creepy and warped tales—most containing fairly high body counts. Check out www.loristrongin.com for pictures, fan art, and further insight into a truly twisted mind.

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Bite Me

Bite Me
  • Number: B00747F2FU
  • Release: 2012-01-31
  • Author: Lori Strongin
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Young Adult, Urban Fantasy / Paranormal, Supernatural
  • Publisher: Mundania Press LLC
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This summer at Hedgehill University: take one totally screwed werewolf, a vegetarian vampire, and the psycho who wants to kill them both.

Surfer-boy werewolf Talbot Osbourne is under pressure to get a summer job, find an apartment, and make up for the classes he failed last semester. The fur will fly when Talbot is forced to partner with Julian St. George on a class assignment. Unfortunately, the vegetarian vampire brings more than just a set of fangs to the table when a stalker takes special interest in the unlikely duo.

Time is running out for the ParaNorms of New York as they’re picked off, one by one. Talbot and Julian will have to work together catch the ‘Slayer’ before the psycho finds them. If they don’t kill each other first, that is.

Throw in a shapeshifter with ferret envy, a wizard who makes people’s clothes disappear, and an apartment with cannibalistic furniture and zombie squirrels, and these boys are in for the summer of their lives. Or deaths.


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