“I call my novel, which is not truly fiction…FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC.”
Co-worker and I were trying to figure out the Flowers in the Attic family tree, because there’s not a really good one anywhere on the ‘net. So I made this.
X = Dead/Widowed
Horizontal dashes = Affair
Vertical dashes = Adopted
Double-slash = Divorce
Editor Ann Patty remembers her first meeting with V.C. Andrews.
I’d love know more about Virginia Andrews, I used to read her books all the time, and she seems like a really interesting person. The website this is linked to had ‘V.C Andrews’ day yesterday, so they’ve posted a few articles about her, one interview even claims that ‘Flowers in the Attic’ was based on a true story.
A long chat between Robin Wasserman and Ann Patty, the editor for V.C. Andrews’ Flowers In The Attic.
Madeleine Lloyd-Davies on trauma and disability horror in V.C. Andrews’ “My Sweet Audrina.”
WELL! My favorite website published a thing I wrote about VC Andrews. If you’re interested!
All of my dreams have come true. Please go check it out and learn that FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC is kind of based on a true story.
Pictures from the FITA Model Photo Shoot