Grady Hendrix writes fiction, also called 'lies', and non-fiction, which people sometimes accidentally pay him for. He is the author of Horrorstör, the only novel about a haunted Scandinavian furniture store you'll ever need. It has been translated into fourteen languages and is being turned into a movie from the people who made quality films like 1917 and Black Swan. Foolishly, they are paying Grady to write it. He is busy inserting a whole lot of tutus into it right now.
His novel My Best Friend's Exorcism, about demonic possession, friendship, exorcism, and the 1980s, is basically Beaches meets The Exorcist. It caused The Wall Street Journal to call him 'a national treasure' and it received rave reviews from everyone from Kirkus to Southern Living. Surprisingly, this is still not enough for him to earn his mother’s love.