On today’s show we hear a passage from a terrifying story by Michaelbrent Collings, Predators, an exciting, visceral, inventive tale of survival in the most primal of settings.
After the story, Michaelbrent and I have a fantastic talk about how this story was crafted, about creating great horror, and crafting incredible female characters. We talk about life, and the real life villains of the world, and about about my new phobia that he created. Michaelbrent is funny and genuine, and it was a real pleasure having him on the show.
Find the novel, Predators, here: https://www.amazon.com/Predators-Michaelbrent-Collings-ebook/dp/B07GZZZ9MT/
Check out all Michaelbrent’s work here: http://writteninsomnia.com
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