The Stoker Awards are upon us, and I’m Not Sam is nominated for “Best Long Fiction.”
Co-authored with LuckyMcKee, I’m Not Sam delves deep into the mysteries of identity and how well we truly know one another.
“You’d expect nothing less from the provocateurs behind The Woman, whom you can almost hear giggling in the background at the reader’s discomfort. An epilogue provides some concrete answers—and delivers a well needed climactic kick.”
— Booklist, Daniel Kraus
“Now I’m way beyond confusion.
Now I’m scared.
I’ve slid down the rabbit-hole and what’s down there is dark and serious. This is not play-acting or some waking bad dream she’s having. She’s changed, somehow overnight. I don’t know how I know this but I sense it as surely as I sense my own skin. This is not Sam, my Sam, wholly sane and firmly balanced. Capable of tying off an artery as neatly as you’d thread a belt through the loops of your jeans.
And now I’m shivering too.
In some fundamental way she’s changed…”