But that’s not what this “supernatural thriller wrapped around a dark fantasy story. It’s magical realism…” story is all about.
(Or is it?)
To find out, please read the following email interview.
In the following email interview, McLean discusses what inspired this third story, how it connects to the previous two, as well as why — despite what the titles might suggest — they’re not about some guy named Mark.
In his new supernatural thriller, To Dust You Shall Return (hardcover, paperback, Kindle, audiobook), writer Fred Venturini plays with the “you can never leave this place” trope by having the person hoping to leave be a mobster. In the following email interview, Venturini discusses what inspired and influenced this horror story.
In the two decades that I lived in New Jersey, I never once saw the Jersey Devil. I saw a pissy turtle, some easily spooked deer, and a lot of hungry mosquitos, but not once did I ever see the namesake of our state’s hockey team. But while he may or may not be real, that doesn’t mean he isn’t deserving of the kind of attention we’ve given Big Foot and Nessie. Which brings me to All The Way House (paperback, Kindle), a new novella about the Jersey’s unofficial state cryptid. In the following email interview, writer Keith R.A. DeCandido discusses this supernatural thriller / urban fantasy mash-up.