Sunday, January 30, 2011

Glenn Bullion--Demonspawn

I’m a network administrator by day, and I love it, but I also love writing.  I have a wonderful wife and three goofball cats that often jump on the desk to help me write.  I was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland.  My hobbies include reading and writing (obviously), gaming, computers and technology, exercise.
Demonspawn is the first novel I finished that I thought others might enjoy reading as well.  I’ve got a few more ideas in my head too I want to get on paper.  My next novel is a zombie apocalypse, twenty years after the dead rise up.

Product description:
Alex Teague tries to live a normal life. He’s close with his sister Alicia and best friend Cindy Marshall. He didn’t think he was unlike anyone else. That all changed one night during his senior year in high school, when he talked to his first ghost, exorcised his first demon, and cleansed his first haunted house.
If only it ended there.
Now a young man in his twenties, Alex makes a horrifying discovery.
He is part demon.
Victoria, a vampire, takes him under her wing, and teaches him about the world of the supernatural, which Alex is now a member. She discovers a new breed of vampire, one which kills without thought or remorse. She enlists Alex’s help, but will even his growing demonic powers be able to stop them?

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
The price is only $1.99. You get a nice sized, entertaining tale for that price.  I consider it horror due to the subject matter, but I tried to keep the gore to a minimum.

Q: Why did you go indie?
I think indie publishing is the way of the future, due to the growing popularity of electronic reading.  It is very easy to get material into a reader’s hands.  Now the challenge is writing something that someone wants to read.

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
Brian Keene, Richard Laymon, and Edward Lee are my favorites.  They will pull no punches, will not sugarcoat the horror you’re experiencing.

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