Adam Woog has written some one hundred books for adults, teens, and children. Among them are volumes on mummies, movie monsters, vampires, poltergeists, strange museums, zombies, and illusionists. He also ghostwrote a how-to book by a professional Elvis impersonator. He has written more articles for periodicals around the world than he could ever count (even if he wanted to, which he doesn’t). And he contributes a monthly column to The Seattle Times on crime and mystery fiction. All this keeps him off the streets at night, thus minimizing accidental contact with stray ghosts.Woog lives in Seattle, Washington, his home town. He and his wife have an adult daughter. His wife has a real job.