Holy cow! John’s posting something? It’s true. I neglect this blog with irregular regularity. I have no excuses other than a full time job, four kids, one of whom has a job and the other three are active in sports and working on my next book, but yeah, I could actually make time…I suppose.
Anyways, I’m writing this because lots of awesome people have been enjoying my book, talking about it and sharing it with their friends. If you happen to be one these people: thank you.
To business. A blog called With Love for Horror Books, has reviewed my book and put it on their site. During this time there is a free giveaway for my book. Three ebooks, one paperback and one paperback signed by me. So, if you wanna, check it out and enter to win here:
Secondly, the fine Goodreads group Psychological Thrillers have chosen my book as the June book of the month! For real! On May 30th, 2017, I will be live on their thread so if you have any questions, save them. I will post the time when it is known.
Thanks. Have an excellent day.
Today I was fortunate enough to chat with John Hunt, the author of Doll House, which I recently read and loved! Doll House tells the story of a young woman named Olivia who is kidnapped and torture…
Source: Author Q&A: Doll House author John Hunt @johnhuntfiction @brwpublisher
Time for another buddy read with #cjsreads (if you don’t know what I mean, you can check out my original post here!). Chandra, Jessica and I stumbled across a book that I have been singing th…
Source: #cjsreads2017: Doll House (John Hunt) @JOHNHUNTFICTION @BRWPUBLISHER
Thrilled to be sitting down today with the author of Doll House, a book that I read (and LOVED!) this past week. Looking at writing horror, character research, and what John likes to do in this sp…
Source: Sitting Down with John Hunt: Author Q&A @johnhuntfiction #authorq&a
Great review from Clues and Reviews. I am so glad my book is being well-received!
Follow the link below to read, review and follow.
Olivia is a college freshman; bright-eyed, eager for what the future holds until she is abducted and kept hostage locked in a room. For five years she is raped, tortured and abused. Her room is pin…
Source: Book Review: Doll House (John Hunt) @JohnHuntFiction @brwpublisher