Interview with Hunter Shea: on THE WAITING and the true-life ghost-story that inspired the novella.Posted: April 26, 2014 | Author: Renae Rude - The Paranormalist | Filed under: Books & Authors, Ghosts & Hauntings, Horror Writing, My Novels, Photos & Video | Tags: ghost story, ghosts, haunt, haunted, Hunter Shea, paranormal, Renae Rude, The Paranormalist, The Waiting, true ghost story |8 Comments
As promised (and just under the wire) I present part one of my interview with Hunter Shea. This segment focuses on his latest release, the novella THE WAITING … and the true-life experiences of the author which inspired the ghost story.
Grab a favorite beverage (we chose to drink pale ale during the interview) and join us for the next 17 minutes or so. Then hit us with any questions or comments you have below.
By the way, we managed to not spoil the book’s ending, so don’t worry if you haven’t read it yet.
The Waiting is available for instant download, for just $2.66 right now, on Amazon.
Thank you so much for the chance to talk about the book and chew the fat over a couple of beers! Love that you added the line about stalking me. LOL
Honesty is the best policy. 😀
I had a good time too, Hunter. I’ve edited a couple of other pieces together, but I haven’t even listened all the way through the second part of our chat. I’m sure there’s all sorts of good stuff waiting to be mined. I’ll roll it out over time. (I’ll probably find some stuff we can use for The Montauk Monster launch too.)
Sigh, Ive never been stalked, unless you count a crazed knock knee’d cat demanding meaty treats 24/7 for three years.
sorry, forgot to say, LOL, I enjoyed the interview. Keep up the good work.
Cats are particularly good at stalking … we’ve got one here who yells at us when he doesn’t get mauled often enough, or hard enough. He was my son’s pet, when my son was 5-6. He got used to being squeezed and stroked firmly. (The boy wasn’t mean, but he was a little clutchy.) Now the cat doesn’t purr unless he can FEEL the love.
Fiction is the safest place to hide the truth. My first book was another example. Thanks for sharing your stories with the world.
That reminds me of a classic Stephen King quote:
“Fiction is the truth inside the lie.”
That’s always resonated with me.
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