#BadMoonRising: Visions by K. Matt #horror #urbanfantasy

It’s Monday….but to brighten up your day, I present you with K. Matt!  She makes a darn good argument for why it’s in your best interest to travel with a close combat weapon and some silver.  Garlic doesn’t hurt either – well, not the humans, anyway.

You’re in a horror movie.  Are you the final person, the first to die, the comic relief, the skeptic, the smart one, or the killer?

I’m probably the killer. That gives me the highest probability of making it through to the end.

Vampires, ghosts, werewolves, or zombies – which would you least want to meet in a dark alley?

A ghost. One can be held at bay with garlic or a stake (or in some cases, silver), another has the whole silver weakness, and the last one can be taken out with  sufficient head trauma.

You’re home alone, but you hear footsteps in your house–what do you do?

I go for the ginormous Sherlock Holmes book and grab a utility knife or two…possibly an X-Acto knife. But I will not engage unless the door to my room opens. In which case, I have every intention of defending myself.

What is the hardest part of writing?

Description! That always trips me up.

What’s your work schedule like when you’re writing?

Well, I’m usually drawing while I’m writing. So things can get pretty chaotic. Wake up, dive into it, try to keep focused, inevitably get distracted, get back to work, work long into the night… And yes, there are points where I’ll eat.

What are you working on now?

All sorts of things! I’m working on the 3rd story arc of my book series, a prequel, I want to create a coloring book for my series (though I may have gotten that at least sketched by the time this is posted)…

Dr. Spencer Abbot has been searching for the ideal anniversary gift for his wife. When he and his friend Travis meet a woman that claims she can help, they accept.

The pair are led to Visions Studios. But instead of the boudoirs photos they’d intended to get, they stumble upon something far more sinister: snuff films.

Before long, it’s up to Travis to resolve their situation, no matter what tries tog et in his way.

This first installment of the Hell Bent series blends urban fantasy, sci-fi, horror, a bit of humor, and plenty of action.

Buy Links:

Visions: https://www.amazon.com/Visions-Hell-Bent-Book-1-ebook/dp/B010YG2MMI/

Retribution: https://www.amazon.com/Retribution-Hell-Bent-Book-2-ebook/dp/B01387TIEU/

Destruction: https://www.amazon.com/Destruction-Hell-Bent-Book-3-ebook/dp/B0186GZ220/

Deception: https://www.amazon.com/Deception-Hell-Bent-Book-4-ebook/dp/B01LTASC36/

Apparition: https://www.amazon.com/Apparition-Hell-Bent-Book-5-ebook/dp/B072Q1WSGP/

Obsession: https://www.amazon.com/Obsession-Hell-Bent-Book-6-ebook/dp/B078R61NKR/

Protection: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07H7LCD5B


Author Bio

K. Matt is both an author and illustrator, who feels just plain wrong without at least ten projects going at the same time. Caffeine is her lifeblood. When not writing or drawing, she spends time with her dog.




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23 thoughts on “#BadMoonRising: Visions by K. Matt #horror #urbanfantasy

  1. K. Matt, I love that your weapon is an X-Acto knife. I’m not sure if I’m impressed or think that’s crazy! Do you know how close you’d have to get to wield that effectively? Brave lady. The Complete Works of Sherlock Holmes is a nice touch, too. I have that book; it’s hefty. (My complete Shakespeare is heavier, though.) Wishing you all the best.

    Teri, as always, nicely done.

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    1. Thanks, Staci! I thought an X-Acto knife was a pretty good idea. I always have a corkscrew in my purse (you never know when a great bottle of wine will make itself available – good to be prepared), but don’t think it would help very much with intruders – of the human or supernatural variety.

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  2. I would definitely not engage until the door opens, although I’d be hoping for something a little more substantial then the X-Acto knife LOL.

    Love K. Matt’s theory about the ghost.
    Wishing her all the best!

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    1. Well – I laugh out loud sometimes at the stupid decisions made by the actors, lol. Checking out the noise in the attic/basement – seeing if someone is outside – looking under the bed/in the closet in the middle of the night. Can’t lead to anything good.

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      1. hehe, you just reminded me about my aunt. One time she got a problem with the shower head and it started leaking like crazy. Instead of checking it out, she tiptoed to her son’s room, woke him up and told them they had a buglar…. and that the buglar was taking a shower!

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