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Ellen Schreiber is an American young adult fiction author.

Ellen Schreiber
BornUnited States
Period2002 - present
GenreYoung adult fiction
Notable worksVampire Kisses Series
Children1 son (2012)



Ellen Schreiber is a New York Times Best Selling author and former actress. She performed in a two-woman show before going on her own to become a stand-up comedian[1] She studied Shakespearean theater at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and comedy at The Second City of Chicago, which is where she lived for five years. As a novelist she has had several works published in Europe and America. Her brother, Mark Schreiber, is also an author. He helped her start her writing career. The Vampire Kisses series was her first popular book series. It stars Raven, a goth girl who has wanted to be a vampire since she was little, and Alexander Sterling, a vampire who loves to paint

Ellen has started writing another book series known as Once in a Full Moon based on a human girl Celeste who falls for Brandon who is a human that turns into a wolf at night. The series ended in 2012 with a total of 3 books.

Vampire Kisses seriesEdit

The Vampire Kisses series is about a high school goth girl named Raven Madison, who lives in a boring town that she calls dullsville. Raven finds out that a boy who has recently moved to her town is a vampire, and falls in love with him. The series was continued into a manga series entitled Blood Relatives.

  • Vampire Kisses (2003)
  • Vampire Kisses II: Kissing Coffins (2005)
  • Vampire Kisses III: Vampireville (2006)
  • Vampire Kisses IV: Dance with a Vampire (2007)
  • Vampire Kisses V: The Coffin Club (2008)
  • Vampire Kisses VI: Royal Blood (2009)
  • Vampire Kisses VII: Love Bites (2010)
  • Vampire Kisses VIII: Cryptic Cravings (2011)
  • Vampire Kisses IX: Immortal Hearts (2012)

Other young adult fictionEdit

  • Johnny Lightning
  • Teenage Mermaid (2003)
  • Comedy Girl (2004)

Once In A Full Moon (series)Edit

  • Once In A Full Moon (2010)
  • Magic Of The Moonlight (December 2011)
  • Full Moon Kisses (December 26, 2012)


  1. ^ Pearce, Sara (October 24, 2006). "Book notes: Proulx lecture hot ticket for Mercantile". Cincinnati Enquirer. Retrieved April 27, 2012. (subscription required)

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