Bio: Norm Cowie's critters? er?daughters have gone through junior high, high school and the fifty hours of mandated parental-supervision Illinois driver's education program. Because of this?and his natural resistance to maturity?it's a given that he should write Young Adult.
And because of Norm's experience with blood-suckers (he works with attorneys during the day), he is also highly qualified to write about vampires. Good thing for this book, huh? Norm Cowie has two previous fantasy humor novels which would probably come with a PG-13 rating, The Adventures of Guy?written by a guy (probably) and The Next Adventures of Guy ?more wackiness. Short stories with the same characters appear in the Echelon Press Publishing anthologies Heat of the Moment and Missing.
Fang Face is his first Young Adult novel and he promises not to let his deep fear of teenagers keep him away from touring and book-signing events. He's married with two cats and two daughters which he's allergic to?um, the cats?not the daughters. Oh, and don't believe the rumors about his baldness.