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Jonathan Maberry + Skype = A Virtual Author Visit!

On December 2, Ridley High School had its very first author Skype session with none other than Jonathan Maberry! Mr. Maberry is the author of student favorites Rot & Ruin and Dust & Decay. He was kind enough to Skype with us from his home office in Warrington, PA. He spent about an hour speaking with our students and answering their questions about his writing process, “why zombies,” and what he’ll be working on next. About 80 excited students got to participate in this “virtual” author visit! Their questions for Mr. Maberry were thought-provoking and really showed how much they love his books!

We were especially excited to learn that there will be two more books in the series. Look for Flesh & Bone in 2012 and Fire & Ash in 2013! Hopefully this was only the first of many author Skype sessions to come!

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3 thoughts on “Jonathan Maberry + Skype = A Virtual Author Visit!

  1. Maberry has great writing skills that were shown off in the zombie apocalyptic series, Rot & Ruin and Dust & Decay. These books are both very interesting. They set off every emotion in your body and once you get into the book you cant get out. Both books are the best ones i ever read. And I plan on reading more of Maberry’s litterature.

  2. Rot and Ruin was a great book, for I loved reading about Zombies. it was great to meet Jonathan Maberry during the Skype session. I cant wait to read his next book.

  3. Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry is a very good book if you like action, adventure, and Zoms. This book is very interesting. It has some emotional spots too. Also once you start reading you can not stop. i plan on reading more of Maberry’s books.

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