Erin wrote her first short story, "The Girl Who Went Mad," when she was nine years old, and spent time tinkering occasionally with other stories as she matured. Still, she wasn't really thinking about a career in writting, in fact, her immediate plans following high school graduation were to either attend law school or college with a major in Literature.
"I was waiting for scholarship paperwork to come through when I began my first novel in the summer of 1990. Immaculate Deception, was an attempt to see if I could write a well crated, plot-driven story without the presumed torturous process I envisioned when the thought popped into my head. By the time I was finished with the novel I knew I loved the nuts and bolts of creating stories. Face-paced, suspenseful plots that sometimes left even me surprised. By the time the paperwork came through, I was head-long into my second novel, "Forever Damned," and ready to put further schooling on the backburner for awhile."
With ten novels to her credit, and a disciplined work shedule that keeps her very busy, she envisions many, many years of creating and crafting the kinds of stories she, herself, loves to read.
Forever Damned and Revenge of the Damned are tales of suspense which follow a very reluctant, modern day vampire thrust into the world of the undead against his will, the woman and man who love him despite it all, and the curse he must battle for all eternity.