Author Interview: Loren Molloy

Today I have horror author and anglophile Loren Molloy on my blog.

LorenWho are the authors who most influenced your writing?

I would have to say there are four that come to mind immediately: Edgar Allan Poe, Clive Barker, Richard Matheson, & Laurell K. Hamilton. Each Author in their own way created a whole new world of their own filled with their own special brand of horror and imagination which is what I hope to achieve in my own way with my new novel The Very Devil, Herself!

What genre are you most comfortable writing?

I would have to say I most enjoy writing horror novels woven with historical facts and laced with a touch of the paranormal. Read more

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Author Interview: Justin Bienvenue

Hello, I’m happy to welcome ecclectic author Justin Bienvenue on my blog today.
2013-08-28 13.45.36What genre(s) do you write in? Tell us about your books.
I write in many different genres. I’ve written a dozen short stories or so each in different genres such as horror, science fiction, crime, romance, mystery, etc. I’ve written in three different genres when it comes to my books. I’ve written poetry, western horror and a crime thriller.
My first book is called The Macabre Masterpiece: Poems of Horror and Gore. True to its title it is a book of 50 horror poems within 5 chapters each a different level or type of horror.
A Bloody Bloody Mess in the Wild Wild West is a post Civil War Western about the small fictional town of Toomswood. The town are trying is trying to recover from the war when a slick Mexican outlaw comes into town with a deal but is really out to cause trouble. It’s up to a young man by the name of Emerson Shaw to stop the outlaw with help from the town.
Like A Box of Chocolates is a book of poetry within several different genres. The book not only has many poems in different genres but also has many different rhyme schemes.
Opium Warfare is a Crime Thriller set in 1920’s Shanghai. It is about the rise of opium from underground obscurity to public prominence.

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Author Interview: Josef Matulich

Today I get to introduce author Josef Matulich to my blog.

Power Tools coverWhat genre(s) do you write in? Tell us about your books.

It is difficult to put a genre to what I write. I usually call it horror/comedy with just a bit of smut for flavoring. That pretty much mirrors my real life.

What book are you promoting right now? What is it about?

That would be “Power Tools in the Sacred Grove,” the second book of my Arcanum Faire trilogy, a comedy of sex, magick, and power tools. The hero, Marc Sindri, is a practical tool-obsessed contractor sent to Arcanum, Ohio to build a renaissance faire. In the first book, Camp Arcanum, Marc meets a lovely Wiccan named Brenwyn, crosses her demonologist ex Jeremiah, and keeps his own two assistants Michael and Eleazar from killing each other in an escalating prank war. In the second book, Marc must meet his construction deadlines in spite of being nearly crippled by something ancient and evil conjured by Jeremiah. He supervises work through telepresence devices in the trees while fending off the incursions of OSHA, the Vatican, and Jeremiah’s whole family. All this while staying with Brenwyn for her magickal protection and hopefully not succumbing to the temptation to engage in sex which might cripple him for life. Read more

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Author Interview: HemDiva

Today I am fortunate to have author HemDiva here on my blog.

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Myself, HemDiva or simply Diva. I’m extremely new self-published author.
I’m a student and I love to study! I love to read a lot of books, according to goodreads I’ve read 60+ books till now and trust me it’s actually 500+ books! I’m a serious bookworm.
I love to write as well! Shopping, Poetry, blogging, cartoons, painting, travelling are some of my other interests! And I love my mom and I love god!
Chinky Pinky a Birdy Adventure” is my debut book. It’s a YA/ children’s fiction, horror, thriller, fantasy! Publishing my first book was more than awesome! I’d no words to describe how I felt! Imagine a writer without words! I feel like singing “I did it! I did it! I did it! Hooray!”, you know like Dora the explorer!

As a small kid, I loved the bedtime stories my mom narrated to me. I enjoy them now and forever. The fantasy, mystery and humour in the stories stayed in my mind forever. Go ahead, enjoy this story irrespective of your age. You’ll surely love it. Let the child in you have fun! Treat for everyone who loves bedtime stories! Read more

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