In Discussion With…
Whether he is writing horror novels, short stories or even for the big screen, Fred Wiehe has no fear when putting pen to paper…or maybe he does. I’ll let him explain. He stopped by this week to tell me about his latest novel, Fright House. Do yourself a favor and check out my full interview with Fred here.
Barbara Custer has enjoyed a prolific writing career. She is the author of several spine-tingling tales that often intertwine horror with science fiction. She joined me recently to discuss the possibility of real life zombies and what it is that frightens this author who spends much of her time frightening others. Get the full interview here.
Frank Julius Palumbo is one unique individual. With interests that range from astrophysics to astral projection, it is hard for me to picture him at his day job, cleaning up the streets as a member of New York’s Finest. Recently Frank took the time to tell me about his new book, The Enochian Wars. Get the full interview here and find out what drives this sergeant in the NYPD to write horror.
This week I was in discussion with horror author, Jodie Pierce. See the full interview here and find out what Jodie thinks about violence in horror and knowing where to draw the line.
My first guest is J. E. Cammon, author of the compelling Where Shadows Lie series. Get the full interview here and find out what J. E. has to say about horror, violence and getting his readers to buy-in.