Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Five Questions with Michelle Muto

Five Questions with Michelle Muto

1.     When you think of your favorite books, what is it that draws you to them and makes you want to read them over and over again?

            I think it’s the details, the little quirky things about a place, situation or character.

2.     Did you consciously decide to write the genre you write, or did it choose you?

            Writing about all things paranormal and supernatural has always chosen me. Ever since I was ten and read Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

3.     If you could sit down for a drink and a chat with any writer, who would it be, and why?

            I guess it’s no surprise that I’d like to talk to Stephen King.

4.     When you are not writing (or reading) what is your favorite pastime?

            Spending time with my husband and our dogs.

5.     At what point were you sure that your book was ready to be published, and how did you go about making it happen?

            With The Book of Lost Souls, it had already been with a top agency and I’d gone through an editorial letter. All that I did after that was run it past an editor.

Genre: NA Horror

Be careful what you let in…
Siler House has stood silent beneath Savannah’s moss-draped oaks for decades. Notoriously haunted, it has remained empty until college-bound Jess Perry and three of her peers gather to take part in a month-long study on the paranormal. Jess, who talks to ghosts, quickly bonds with her fellow test subjects. One is a girl possessed. Another just wants to forget. The third is a guy who really knows how to turn up the August heat, not to mention Jess’s heart rate…when he’s not resurrecting the dead.
The study soon turns into something far more sinister when they discover that Siler House and the dark forces within are determined to keep them forever. In order to escape, Jess and the others will have to open themselves up to the true horror of Siler House and channel the very evil that has welcomed them all.


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