Hey guys, Ethan here with another exciting blog tour for you guys. This time we're raving about a new horror novel from Crimson Tree Publishing, stick around for the giveaway and check out the awesome guest post from our author:
Title: The Forlorned
Author: Angela J. Townsend
Published: July 21st, 2015
Publisher: Crimson Tree Publishing
Content Warning: Violence
Recommended Age: 13+
Synopsis: When Tom Doherty first laid eyes on the lighthouse he knew it was damned.
An advertisement lured him to the island, offering a job renovating the old lighthouse and ramshackle buildings. What he didn’t know was that he was the only applicant. None of the locals wanted the job – no one dared.
Isolated and alone, Tom soon discovers why. Messages from disembodied voices; ghostly visitations and escalating horrors draw Tom deeper into the island’s evil past—a darkness that forces Tom to unbury the truth and bring demons of his own into the light.
The Forlorned upcoming movie release information can be found on IMDb at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4294968/?
About the Author: Angela Townsend was born in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Missoula, Montana. As a child, Angela grew up listening to stories told by her grandparents, ancient tales and legends of faraway places. Influenced by her Irish and Scottish heritage, Angela became an avid research historian, specializing in Celtic mythology. Her gift for storytelling finally led her to a full time career in historical research and writing. A writer in local community circulations, Angela is also a published genealogical and historical resource writer who has taught numerous research seminars. Currently, Angela divides her time between writing, playing Celtic music on her fiddle, and Irish dancing.
Angela resides on a ranch, in rural Northwestern Montana, with her two children Levi and Grant.
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The Perils of Writing Horror
The Perils of Writing Horror
Writing horror is something that comes natural to me because I enjoy the genre so much. From the time I was old enough to tell stories my main characters seemed to be ghost, witches, wizards and all things fantasy and supernatural. Although I enjoy writing horror I do not like gore at all. I think gore is brainless. I want a good old fashioned ghost story that usually involves a spooky old house or some other historic structure to hold my attention. Because I’m a very descriptive writer--my book translated very well into a movie. I think in order to have a good horror story you must have a good setting and description is a big part of it. There also has to be a mood set from the very start. Each chapter must make the reader what to continue on to the next. Mystery is a big part of writing horror. My advice is simple. Don’t tell the reader everything all at once, show the reader the setting, be original in your ideas, and don’t drown your audience in gore. You can read more about the movie and book at www.theforlorned.com
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There is a tour wide giveaway. Prizes include the following:
- A bookmark swag pack and winner’s choice of any Clean Teen Publishing eBook.
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