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The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 192): Interview with Author Michaelbrent Collings

In episode 192 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester chats with Author Michaelbrent Collings.

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[Guest Post] Michaelbrent Collings on Horror: The Last Bivouac of Hope

Michaelbrent Collings has written numerous bestselling novels and is a produced screenwriter and member of the Writers Guild of America, Horror Writers of America, and a couple of other fancy-sounding things. His wife and mommy think he is a can that is chock-full of awesome sauce. Check him out at www.facebook.com/MichaelbrentCollings or michaelbrentcollings.com.

Horror: The Last Bivouac of Hope

I am a guy who writes scary stuff.  It’s basically all I do.  I’m one of the bestselling horror writers on Amazon, and as of this writing one of the scary movies in Redboxes and video stores all over the world has my name after the “screenplay by” part.  I specialize in ghosts and goblins.  In things that go bump in the night, in demons that steal souls, in madmen whose greatest desire is to maim and to kill.  In my most recent bestselling horror novel, Apparition, I write extensively about filicide – about parents who kill their children.  And in my book, the parents who commit such atrocities do so with gusto, with relish, with lust.  It is, as many reviewers have said, not only scary, but a deeply disturbing book.

To reiterate: I am a guy who writes scary stuff.

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