#BadMoonRising: Slasher Crasher by David Nora #DarkHumor #horror

Happy Friday!!!!  If you’re a fan of dark humor combined with horror *raises hand excitedly*, check out the book by today’s author.  A murderer escapes from a mental hospital and gets caught up in some high school drama.  Hijinx ensue.  Welcome David Nora!

Would you rather walk through a haunted graveyard at midnight or spend the night in a haunted, abandoned house?

I’d rather walk through a haunted graveyard at midnight than spend the night in a haunted, abandoned house because there’s more space to run in a graveyard than a house if we come across any ghosts or demons. I feel like I’d have a better chance at finding a hiding place and outliving my friends in a graveyard.

Would you rather be a vampire or a werewolf? 

I’d rather be a werewolf than a vampire because there are only twelve/thirteen moons in a year, which means I would only kill twelve to thirteen people to stay alive–unless I find my way to an amusement park or Super Bowl. And who wants to live forever? Or “sparkle” in the sunlight? It’s burn or nothing.

Would you rather be locked in a haunted insane asylum or lost in the woods with a killer on the loose?

I’d rather be lost in the woods with a killer on the loose than be locked in an haunted insane asylum because I talk so much about my love of slashers that I should probably put my money where my mouth is sort of speak. And let’s be honest: I’d either wind up dying in the first ten minutes or turn out to be the killer.

If you had the opportunity to live anywhere in the world for a year while writing a book that took place in the same setting, where would you choose?

I’d probably choose to write about and live in London. My latest novel, SLASHER CRASHER, was set in my hometown of Syracuse, NY. No offense to my hometown but I’m sick of the small city and dark, endless woods vibes. I want my imagination to run wild in a bigger city but I’m not a fan of the sun. Hence London. The perfect big, gray city.

What behind-the-scenes tidbit in your life would probably surprise your readers?

I think the readers would be surprised in learning that I’m a teacher of the visually impaired (middle school, social studies). My novel is a crass horror-comedy. The characters are teenagers who curse and spew gross juvenile jokes like it’s an anonymous round of Fortnite. Let’s just say that the characters wouldn’t get away with anything in my classroom.

What are you working on now?

I’m currently working on the promotional efforts for the book. I decided I’d give the writing bits of my brain a much needed break. However, even though I’m not writing anything, those bits are fighting back and trying to muster up some ideas. It won’t be long until I’m torturing myself over a new set of words.

It was the night HE tried to go home…but got caught in THEIR drama…

It’s Halloween. Nick Roesch, a towering figure of evil and stupidity, escapes from the upstate New York mental hospital he’s been committed to for the past five years. Planning to return to his childhood home, where he brutally murdered his babysitter’s boyfriend, his plans are halted when he crosses paths with an even more terrifying beast—two high school friends with some serious beef. Caught in a battle of loyalty that has been brewing for ten years of their friendship, the two girls, Kathleen Strife and Betsy Coleman, force the feud into a savage showdown, pitting the escaped monster against each other. Who will survive this epic deathmatch, and is it totally wrong to fall in love with the murderous lunatic who just tried to kill your ex-best friend with a machete?

Promotion: If a reader purchases the book and sends a screenshot of the confirmation to the author’s email, david.nora.jr@gmail.com, they’ll receive a free thank you postcard (US/Canada residents only) and original digital art of the main characters created by Tre Chandler [Instagram: meatcutemitgarl].

Purchase Links

Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Black Rose Writing

Bio

Born in Syracuse, NY, David Nora was a normal child until he saw The Exorcist at the age of seven. Sleeping with an actual vial of holy water, he finally recovered with his first viewing of the meta-slasher comedy, Scream. Since then he has been devouring everything horror related-except the Child Play movies. He wants nothing to do with that devil doll. Currently, he lives in NYC with his beloved stuffed polar bear, Po Po.

 

Social Media

@davidnorajr [Instagram/Twitter]
@SlasherCrasher [Facebook]

39 thoughts on “#BadMoonRising: Slasher Crasher by David Nora #DarkHumor #horror

  1. I loved The Exorcist and Scream. (I also wasn’t a fan of Child’s Play.) Your bio is great! Loved the sound of your work, too. And your answer about being lost in the woods—killed early or be the killer—brilliant!

    Wishing you all the best, David.

    Thanks, Teri!

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    1. David Nora

      Thank you, Staci! My mother bought me a My Buddy doll (which looked exactly like Chuckie) when I was 7… About a week later that thing was outta the house, lol.

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