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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Writing Updates for March 2016!

Good morning, readers! Let's get the plugs out of the way, shall we? So, In the Name of the Devil: A Horror Novel launched this past weekend with a strong start. From the first Amazon review, you can see this terrifying novel features a "plot that you won't be able to put down until you reach the end." For possession-horror fans, this one is a treat. And, it's free on Kindle Unlimited. Please, don't hesitate to check it out.

As for my writing updates, Sinister Syndromes is still scheduled for a April 12, 2016 release date. I'll be going through my final read to make sure it is released on schedule. This book is a thriller with shades of horror. The novel follows two serial killers with completely different personalities. You can expect suspense, gore, and black humor. I hope you enjoy this new book as much as I enjoyed writing it.

I am currently editing another book for May 2016. This book is tentatively titled Project: Snuff. The real title will be revealed very soon. In fact, you can expect a pre-order link and a full description by early April. As I've previously stated, this book follows a single father after he finds out his daughter has been murdered for a snuff film. It's a revenge-thriller with plenty of suspense and blood. The final act of this book will leave you in a cold sweat.

As of now, June and July are set for more serial killer novels. Of course, the schedule that far out is subject to change, but I'm feeling confident in my Summer plans. These novels will tread more into 'extreme horror' territory. I think you'll feel very uncomfortable reading some of my future work. In fact, I often felt uncomfortable writing these books. Delving into the darkness takes a toll on your psyche. It really makes you feel filthy.

So, how do you clean yourself up? Do you even want to clean the grime of the darkness from your body? Well, after July's shocking release, I will be delivering some stories in a different tone. For example, I'm currently outlining a book more like In the Name of the Devil. Now, this horror book may be dark, but I don't think it will disturb like some of my upcoming work. I still plan to scare, but some of the wicked content will be toned down for a moment.

Anyway, how are you? What have you been up to? Read any good stories lately? I hope so. I've been keeping busy and I hope you've been reading. It's fun, it's thrilling, and it's magical. Thank you for reading this lengthy update. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. See you next time!

Until our next venture into horror,
Jon Athan

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