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Jonathan Janz is the author of more than a dozen novels and numerous short stories. His work has been championed by authors like Joe R. Lansdale, Jack Ketchum, and Brian Keene; he has also been lauded by Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, and School Library Journal. His ghost story The Siren and the Specter was selected as a Goodreads Choice nominee for Best Horror. Additionally, his novel Children of the Dark was chosen by Booklist as a Top Ten Horror Book of the Year. Jonathan’s main interests are his wonderful wife and his three amazing children. You can sign up for his newsletter (http://jonathanjanz.us12.list-manage….), and you can follow him on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Amazon, and Goodreads.

 

6 thoughts on “Bio

  1. you’re an awesome guy it was a blast chatting with you at Horrorhound Cincy Saturday, I am hopeful about the wonderful things you said about my writing and inspired me to get back in the saddle and finish my work, hope to be able to pass along my short I told you about for your opinion before I finish it up.

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    1. Hey, Steve. Sorry for the late response, but as you might have seen in my latest blog post, it has been a strange time lately. Having said that, I’m happy to hear you’re writing again. Regardless of whatever success or lack of success I have, I always try to remember how beneficial the act of writing is. It’s a great thing for the mind and the soul. Have a good one!

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  2. I understand the lateness no matter what step (father/mother) means to you they were still there during your growth stage, you have strong feelings one way or another. As far as my writing success (or yours) I agree with the piece of mind you have during the process, I can’t expect much but we do this for our own reasons, I have so much to give I hope for something, even a nice side (paying) hobby would be nice, the daily struggle of professional writing is more than I care to take on right now, having heard about Brian Keene struggles and divorce because of it, is too much for me. Thanks for the great advice and insight from a published genius writer.

    Steve

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