#BadMoonRising Aceldama by John Hazen #horror #historicalthriller #TuesdayBookBlog

Another one that’s a day late, but I’ll be all caught up by the end of today, I promise. In the meantime, do stop by to check out Teri Polen’s “Bad Moon Rising” guest from yesterday, John Hazen. A fun interview, and his book, Aceldama, sounds like it would be great! And if you would, please remember to pass the post along so others can enjoy it, as well. Thanks, and thanks once again to Teri for hosting this fun October event! 🙂

Books and Such

Today I’d like to introduce you to another author making his debut with Bad Moon Rising! His featured book is a fascinating blend of historical fiction with a two millenia old curse tossed into the mix. As an adult, he attempted a rewatch of the movie that kept him up at night as a child – read on to find out what happened. Welcome John Hazen!

Would you rather sleep in a coffin for one night or spend the night in a haunted house?

If it’s an open coffin, I’d take that. They look rather comfy. But if it’s a closed one, I couldn’t take the claustrophobia and I’d opt for the haunted house. The house I grew up in wasn’t haunted (as far as I know anyway) but it was built in the 1850s so there was a fair amount of creaking and drafts. I wouldn’t imagine a haunted…

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4 thoughts on “#BadMoonRising Aceldama by John Hazen #horror #historicalthriller #TuesdayBookBlog

        • That puts you way ahead of me, Jan. I’m still facing a blank page with Chapter 1 at the top. Actually, I’m not even facing it. I haven’t opened it in two weeks! Every day I get up and think I’ll find time to write, and every night I go to bed wondering where the hours went. I’ve got to come up with a better plan. (ANY plan at all would be good!) 🙄


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