VIVIAN SCHILLING is an actress and author. Her novels are SACRED PREY and latest release QUIETUS.

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2 May 05 2007 at 04:01:30
Fullname: Cindy B.
Comments: Are you the same actress that was in Soultaker and Future Shock? I loved both of those movies. Where can I get your books/

3 August 22 2004 at 18:51:04
Fullname: Vivian Schilling
Comments: Thanks for picking Sacred Prey up! I hope you enjoy it. Since Quietus, there's been renewed interest in the book, so the publishers recently gave it a new jacket. That's always an encouraging sign. Be sure and let me know your thoughts. Cheers!

4 July 28 2004 at 03:15:45
Fullname: Darkomik77
Comments: Just found & bought your book "Sacred Prey". Be reading it soon. :)

5 May 25 2004 at 18:54:12
Fullname: Vivian Schilling
Comments: Lisa -- many congrats on Crescendo's success! I've got my copy and am looking forward to settling down for a terrifying read. George, thanks for dropping me an email to remind me to check in once in a while. The dark part of the year never fails to send me into a sort of creative zone where I lose track of all time and space. Aside from that, I've been traveling to fun locations researching my next novel. I still say it's one of the best parts of writing--discovering new people and places. I'm glad you enjoyed Sacred Prey. Thanks for picking it up! I promise to check in more regularly. Until next time -- Cheers!

6 May 23 2004 at 01:57:35
Fullname: george
Comments: Vivian, damn your board looks dead...let's keep it alive...i peeked in here to let you know i read SACRED PREY (yeah i'm late in the game), and really enjoyed it. i'll go out and look for QUIETUS soon. i'm sure that'll be equally enjoyable.

7 October 24 2003 at 18:46:50
Fullname: L. Marie Wood
Comments: Hi Vivian! Glad to see you have one of these too! Looking forward to the new novel! As I've told you before, I've enjyed Quietus and Sacred Prey immensely. Rememebr Crescendo? Well, it's out!!!! I am very excited!

Talk to yous soon!

L. Marie Wood

8 September 15 2003 at 03:47:17
Fullname: george
Comments: yay! promotional wonderful

9 August 13 2003 at 02:51:38
Fullname: george
Comments: Vivian, a belated welcome...hope you have a fine stay

10 August 08 2003 at 17:41:36
Fullname: Vivian Schilling
Comments: Hi Keith ... Thanks! Adapting Sacred Prey into a novel was the best thing I ever did for myself as a writer. It gave me new freedom and control within an industry that can leave you feeling completely powerless. Congratulations on making this step! I love to hear of screenwriters taking the plunge into novels. It doesn’t work for everyone, but when it does, it opens a whole new world of story-telling. You may struggle at first, wanting the story and characters to go exactly as your screenplay. As they’re completely different mediums, you have to be open to change. The characters will take on their own voices and the story will most certainly shift. It wasn’t until I started thinking of the screenplay as a mere outline for the novel, that I began to enjoy the whole process. Without the restrictions of screenwriting, I was overwhelmed at first, but once I realized I could jump into my character’s thoughts, go back in time, not worry about film budgets
-- basically write exactly what I wanted -- I found it a truly liberating and fantastic experience. My only other advice would be to read novels. Not necessarily in your genre, but outside of your genre. Read classics. There’s a reason they’ve been around for so long. Lastly, have fun with it! Good luck to you and keep me posted on your progress.

11 August 02 2003 at 02:39:06
Fullname: Keith Schaffner
Comments: Hey! I'm a huge fan of yours. I've dug just about everything you've done: "Terror Eyes", "Soultaker", "Sacred Prey", and even your segment in "Invasion of the Scream Queens". I'm currently adapting one of my unproduced screenplays. Since you've taken this path, can you offer any valuable advice? Thanks.

12 July 28 2003 at 18:53:56
Fullname: Harry Shannon
Comments: Hello, and welcome to Horror World. Your stuff looks very interesting!

13 July 23 2003 at 22:09:48
Fullname: Vivian Schilling
Comments: Hi guys! Thanks for the flattering welcome. I'm happy to be here. Justin, if you make it to DragonCon again this year, please stop by and say ‘hello'. My next novel comes out in the Fall of 2004. Hopefully it’ll scare the hell out of you again!

14 July 23 2003 at 17:58:54
Fullname: Kevin Bozard
Comments: Hi Vivian, welcome to Horror World!


15 July 21 2003 at 22:46:10
Fullname: Justin McCort
Comments: Hi Vivian. I noticed on the Dragoncon site that you'll be there this fall. We met at one a few years back and I have to agree with Wayne -- you're talented AND gorgeous. Just finished Quietus and it scared the hell out of me!! Any new books in the works?


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