Thursday, October 11, 2012

Roy Hudson

Today I welcome Roy Hudson to Immortyl Revolution! He's the author of a new thriller, Relic.  Roy has graciously offered to sponsor a giveaway and share a Halloween experience and a short tale.




Giveaway: Leave a comment and contact email and you will be entered to win an ebook of of Roy's Halloween Tales!  Deadline to enter is 10/31/12 at 11 p.m. EST.  Winner will be chosen by random drawing.  


'Halloween is my favorite time of year and always has been. I guess it's because horror is my genre of choice. It may also help that my sister is Wiccan and I lived in a haunted house for years.

In October of 2000, I decided to talk to the spirits residing in our home by use of a Ouija board, and since nobody was around who wanted to help, I planned to do so alone. Everyone warned against this, but I was determined.

Halloween arrived, and I went to the laundry room to get some clean clothes... only to discover that the room was flooded. I blamed the ghosts immediately. We called a plumber, who had to dig a hole in the front yard to snake the drain.

The plumber left without covering the hole, and so small children who came into our yard for tricks or treats kept falling in. It was nice to see that, even though I was scared out of my solo Ouija discussion, the ghosts had a sense of humor.

I have a collection of Halloween-related shorts and poems, some scary, some not, available now on Smashwords.com for 99 cents. Below is a very short story from the collection.

"Halloween Prop: A 5x5 Short Story," by Roy Hudson

The truck was dragging something. It looked like human corpses. I yelled, “Great Halloween props!” And then it hit me. I was the next “prop.”



Also available now, through Firefly & Wisp Publishing, is my Halloween-related novel Relic. Get it for Kindle for only $2.99!




Relic
Genre film actor R.L. Simmons is finally getting the acclaim he has worked for, with an award nomination and spots on talk shows to promote his new mainstream film; but when an accident disfigures him, he feels his life is over. Things turn around for him when he falls in love with actress Julie Hawkes at a Hollywood Halloween party, and things seem fine... until a stalker with a score to settle comes to spoil their happiness. Can Julie's love heal the actor's mental and emotional scars?




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7 comments:

Denise Verrico said...

Thanks for joining me today, Roy!

Denise Verrico said...

Roy has told me to offer three ebooks in our drawing!

Heather Lane said...

Great blog post! Thanks, Denise!

bn100 said...

Congrats on the book! Interesting covers.

bn100candg(at)hotmail(dot)com

Rene Ogden said...
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Rene Ogden said...

sounds like an interesting book clanogden@yahoo.com

Shielena Cook said...

Wouldn't mind checking out this author whether I am a winner of this drawing or not! Thanks for hosting him Denise!

shie.cook@gmail.com