Sunday, October 30, 2011

Heaven Again - H. C. Turk

Hi, I'm H. C. Turk. Born in Michigan, now living in Florida, I'm a writer, visual artist, and recording artist. I have novels published by Villard and Tor, two novel excepts published in the Chicago Review, my images have appeared in numerous magazines and web-sites, my album, Thenever, is available at iTunes, and my music vids are some of the most unusual you'll ever see (for better or worse).

Book description:
Heaven Again is a literary novel of 70,000 words:
A child is murdered. Her father kills the murderer. These sad, disastrous deaths cause the parents to split. Then the murderer's sister seeks revenge by tormenting the parents with a child who resembles the dead girl. But the father is convinced his daughter still lives, and is willing to kill for her again. Death, despair, and revenge are the three evils that Glenn and Janet Alden defeat in Heaven Again, a story that ultimately is ingratiating and uplifting in depicting the profound reunion of husband and wife.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
A: With prose as compelling as its themes, Heaven Again is a story that will startle readers with its originality and utterly convincing voice.

Q: Why did you go indie?
A: Indie allows a faster, more direct connection to the reader.

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
A: Julio Cortazar, Samuel Beckett

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