Hello , Hello Readers!
Take my backpack, a packet of biscuits, my glasses Ray Ban, a Harley Davidson and finally my IPOD, and I decided to go on a tour of 3 days - 2 posts and 1 Indie - Credible Author Day, described as a magical experience, with humor and terror, the classic touch that is interwoven with modern life. I was saying that could also meet a that another supernatural, demons, vampires, werewolves, ghosts, witches, one reaper. Books that said contain black magic, curses, places like heaven and hell and a house that leaves you breathless. And yet for all this, if you're a good scout of books find something fundamental in life: love.
In my first Stop of the day called The Book of Lost Souls, I found that Dreams, magic and imagination, are the engine that you need to make your purposes come true and always: "Believe in yourself and never give up" because until the smaller dream can be realized. Michelle Thanks for continuing to believe in yourself, for allowing us you know about this Little Book That Could. In my second Stop of the day called Do not Fear the Reaper I found that our feelings will always be connected to our senses, needs, defects and decisions affecting the people around us, and also ourselves, but there is always hope to know which is the way we must choose. Michelle show your sensitive side and humane in this book, is something every good reader and fan of yours we appreciate and we value.
Indie-credible Day, called The Haunting Season: I reached my destination Siler House, With a smile size Cheshire cat , when I saw the cover and synopsis wanted to read it, the mere fact of its rich mix of paranormal horror, mystery, modern and with the essence of the old stories with part of classic style, make it a good story haunted houses that currently have been able to publish.
Are you ready to discover this story and your author?
** INTERVIEW **
I was a little nervous:
"Oh .. I'm going to interview one of my favorite authors!
Michelle was my first independent author I read and that made me discovered this side of the booksand Inde authors and I appreciate much.
ALLY. - Complete the biography of the protagonist. Michelle Muto:
MICHELLE MUTO: Michelle has always loved storytelling. When she was a child, her favorite stories were of monsters and things that lurked in the dark. Telling stories often frightened her classmates and got her into a lot of trouble with her teachers. They had no sense of humor.
As an adult, Michelle traded her love of writing for the corporate life where she was an IT professional. Today, she's doing what she loves best - writing and storytelling.
Michelle grew up in Chicago, but currently lives in NE Georgia with her husband and their two dogs. She loves scary books, funny movies, sports cars, chocolate, dogs, and changes of season.
A. - When you're on vacation in Siler House, looking for The Book of Lost Souls or visiting people who do not fear death, What do you usually do in the real world?
MM : When I'm not writing, I like to read or spend time with my family and dogs.
A. - Your favorites.
. Old movie and New Movie that You adore from the first moment of seeing her.
MM: Old movie: The Haunting - the original from the 1960's I think. It's the telling of Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House. New movie: Red. I haven't seen Red II yet, but I want to.
. The first book you read
MM: It was probably a Dr. Suess book. But the first horror book I read was Bram Stoker's Dracula. I was ten.
. Your platonic love:
MM: My dogs. I love dogs.
. Stuff Geeks should not miss:
MM: There's a password application called 1Password. It manages all your passwords and works for Mac and PC.
. That gladdens your day?
MM: My family and my fans.
. Your guilty pleasure:
MM: Talenti gelato in Sea Salt Caramel.
. Your favorite program girlish?
MM: Not sure if it's girlish, but I love ereader apps. iBook and Kindle.
A - For you that is: The Haunting Season?
MM: I have always loved stories about haunted houses, so I thought I'd write one.
A. - Ok, I must say that If you tell me: "Take a pass for one night in Siler House" .. I do not hesitate and I take my backpack, You've been in a house or place with a horror story, myth or legend?
MM: I visited the Sorrel-Weed house in Savannah, Georgia. Savannah is supposed to be America's most haunted city and the Sorrel-Weed house is supposed to be the most haunted house. It was creepy!
A. - In The Haunting Season, what is the character who has more of your personality?
MM: It's truly a tie between Gage and Jess. There's a little of each of their personality in me.
A. - What are the characters you most enjoy writing? the villains of the story or good and sweet defenders.
MM: I always enjoy writing the good guy the most.
A. -I speak spanish, in my country (Mexico) We have many supernatural stories, but You know any supernatural story ?, have you tried any food or have you visited Mexico?
MM: Supernatural story - in New Jersery, they have the legend The Jersey Devil. And in Wisconsin there's the story about a werewolf. In West Virginia, there's a story about Mothman.
I have never been to Mexico, but I do LOVE a lot of Mexican food, except for stuff with beans in it.
A. - What is the most important thing you've learned so far as a writer?
MM: Revision, revision, revision. Always work on perfecting your craft as a writer.
A. - Your favorite phrase of The Haunting Season?
MM: "Jess communicates with the dead. Allison has demons on speed dial. My buddy Bryan here sends stuff to the Twilight Zone without return postage. And I ve got a knack for making my own zombie zoo theme park." ~Gage
A.- I check the list of songs from The Haunting Season, what is your favorite?
MM: Hotel California by The Eagles
A.- What has been your worst "earth swallow me"?
MM: The death of so many loved ones, including my parents.
A. - What is your favorite part of the writing process? and your part least favorite?
MM: Favorite part is coming up with the concept. Least favorite would be writing the second half of the book. I'm pretty tired by then.
A. - 3 books, 3 songs that describe them?
MM: The Haunting Season - Hotel California by The Eagles
Don't Fear the Reaper - Don't Fear the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult (yes, the original version)
Upcoming untitled book - Broadicia by Enya
MM: The book I just finished reading was 77 Shadow Street by Dean Koontz. Very good!
A. - Your next project is about:
MM: It's an adult dark fantasy story. A little horror, a little romance, a little mystery.
A. - Message to the fans and new readers:
Michelle Muto :
"A HUGE thank you because every author with a story to tell writes with you in mind.
You guys rock."
Where you can follow Michelle Muto?
In this Indie-Credible Author called: The Haunting Season, Not only did several of your followers slept with a small lamp to accompany them. You showed us the great talent you have to create stories that make all our senses are active, that our imagination travel to places full of mystery and that We want to read more of your work. Michelle thanks for every one of the stories you've written and for the books soon you write.
YOU ARE A INDIE-CREDIBLE AUTHOR!!
I hope you enjoyed this amazing Tour, learn more Michelle Muto's work, and if not knew her, I hope you to have in their next books to read. If you know her, I hope you discovered new things.
*** GIVEAWAY ***
The authors have chipped in to do a massive giveaway - over $250 in cash and prizes! Click in the image of Rafflecopter and Good Luck!
Thanks Michelle for answering my questions, by the stuff I needed and for making my night of reading enjoyable .
See you for the next!
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