Today you can listen to Jay Kay and I discuss and dissect my debut novel published by Pete Kahle’s Bloodshot Books, THE BOULEVARD MONSTER, on the HORROR HAPPENS RADIO SHOW. The live show runs from 3-7 PM EST. A full list of other guests, an estimated timeline, and listening options are in the link below. I had a blast chatting with Jay, and I hope you enjoy the show!
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450: Discussing his latest horror novel “The Boulevard Monster” through Bloodshot Books with Author Jeremy Hepler
535: Discussing the five year anniversary of the essential perspective on some of the greatest horror minds and the reasons that shapes horror in the book Shock Value with Author Jason Zinoman
620: Discussing his latest film Dig Two Graves with Filmmaker Hunter Adams
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The science fiction/urban fantasy author and blogger behind the popular writing blog Terrible Minds talks about his New York Times best selling books, how game design influenced his process, and how he deals with fan worship. Recorded May 2017 Check out this episode of The Liars Club Oddcast!
via The Liars Club Oddcast #024 | Chuck Wendig, Writer, Game Designer, Blogger — Project Entertainment Network
Kim posted her review for THE BOULEVARD MONSTER over at HORROR AFTER DARK this morning. It’s one of my favorite reviews yet. There’s a link to full review below. Here’s an excerpt:
“I simply cannot say enough about the incredible detail that Seth’s character embodies–especially as this was my first taste of Hepler’s storytelling ability. It takes, in my opinion, an incredible amount of talent to bring a fictional person to life so convincingly in a reader’s mind that one could feel as though we know him, personally; yet the author pulls this off with perfection.”
“Jeremy Hepler has arrived! The Boulevard Monster is his debut book, but it didn’t feel like a debut at all!”
Link to full review:
I KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE HEARD ABOUT ME You say that I am a madman. You say that I am dangerous. You say that I am the one who has been abducting women, slaughtering them, and burying their corpses all around this city for years. You are wrong, because only part of that statement is […]
via (REVIEW) THE BOULEVARD MONSTER by Jeremy Hepler — Glenn Rolfe