#BadMoonRising: The Contract by John W. Howell and Gwen M. Plano #thriller #supernatural

Check out Teri Polen’s absolutely brilliant interview of John W. Howell, with some very helpful tips on how to survive being in a horror movie! I’m still laughing! Teri is doing a series of interviews this month, featuring authors of books that go bump in the night. You really should check them all out, and follow along. But start with this one, and be sure to share. (Did I mention I’m still laughing? 😀 Well, I am, but I also enjoyed John’s tips on writing, as well) Head on over!

Books and Such

Today’s featured author is a familiar face in the blogosphere.  Many of us drop by his blog several times a week to read his top ten lists, see pictures of his community, read his Wednesday story updates, and visit with Lucy, Bailey, and Twiggy, his adorable fur babies.  Below, he’s listed the top ten things not to do in a horror movie.  Take note, friends – you never know when Jason, Freddie, or Michael Myers might come calling.  Welcome John W. Howell!

You’re in a horror movie.  Are you the final person, the first to die, the comic relief, the skeptic, the smart one, or the killer?

In a horror movie, I am the comic relief. I’m the one who seems to know what the audience is thinking about what is going on. I say out loud the top ten things not to do in a horror movie. When the…

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2 thoughts on “#BadMoonRising: The Contract by John W. Howell and Gwen M. Plano #thriller #supernatural

    • My pleasure, Teri. I love the Bad Moon Rising theme, and this post had some great laughs in it. I’m going to try to follow along with the series, but it might be difficult, as I’m way behind around here. However, I’ve enjoyed it so far, and will keep checking in. 🙂

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