The author of surprise hit and EW favorite Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Seth Graham-Smith, has inked a two-book deal with Grand Central Press (Graham-Smith is rumored to be receiving $575,000 in the deal). The author’s first book with the publisher will be Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, a re-imagined biography of the president, if he were a vampire hunter (a pub date hasn’t been released yet). According to Publishers Weekly, Hollywood is already interested in obtaining film rights.
Posted April 10 2009 — 3:53 PM EDT
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