Happy Friday, Everyone! While you all are probably swaying to the bass-heavy music of some pulsing, throbbing nightclub, I’m giving my four-year-old medicine for her fever.
Jealous, aren’t you?
Anyway, filmmaker/author/very cool dude Frazer Lee interviewed me on his blog, and I thought some of you might want to hear my thoughts on my debut novel, the current state of the horror genre, and Uncle Jim of the AbsoluteWrite forums.
So without further ado, click the link at the top for the Q&A!
Fellow Samhain Horror author Jonathan Janz just published his modern-gothic nightmare ‘The Sorrows‘ in ebook (the trade paperback follows in 2012) and has already announced his next, the sublimely-titled and cover-illustrated ‘House of Skin‘. Mr Janz took time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions for my blog and I’m very glad he did as the answers are very insightful indeed. So, without further ado, take it away Mr Janz!
1. Your novel ‘The Sorrows’ debuts as part of the Samhain Horror line this December. Can you tell us about the novel and the inspiration behind it?
Absolutely! The synopsis, of course, can be found at the Samhain Horror website and just about anywhere else books are sold, but I don’t want to give you a canned answer. Therefore, I’ll say that The Sorrows, while completely original and unique, is essentially a fresh…
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