Sitting Down with John Hunt: Author Q&A @johnhuntfiction #authorq&a

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Thrilled to be sitting down today with the author of Doll House, a book that I read (and LOVED!) this past week.  Looking at writing horror, character research, and what John likes to do in this spare time, keep reading to see what John Hunt had to say when I put him in the hot seat!

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Sitting Down with Louise Mullins: Author Q & A/Guest Post @MullinsAuthor #guestpost #authorq&a

One of the coolest thing, hands down, about being involved in the book blogging community is the chance to connect with authors.   Thrilled to have Louise Mullins, author of What I Never Told You take over Clues and Reviews today!

Here is Louise to provide a bit of her bio and answer some questions!  If you haven’t check out my review for What I Never Told You, you can do that HERE!  Trust me, you’ll want to add this one to your TBR piles!

Without further ado, here’s Louise!

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Sitting Down With Ania Ahlborn #authorinterview #q&a @aniaahlborn @gallerybooks

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Unless you are brand new to Clues and Reviews, you know how much I adore Ania Ahlborn. Her writing is smart, chilling and downright addicting.  In honour of her new book, The Devil Crept In, releasing TODAY, I had the opportunity to ask Ania Ahlborn some questions.

In case you missed it, I read The Devil Crept In late last year and LOVED IT! I think it was my favourite Ania Ahlborn, to date.   You can check out my review here.

The novel follows a young boy, Stevie, whose best friend (and cousin), Jude, goes missing. Sick with worry at the loss of his only friend, Stevie begins his own search for what happened to Jude when he went into the woods. Deer Valley, the town where the boys reside, is no stranger to tragedy; a little boy went missing (and was murdered) years ago and animals in the town go missing often. Stevie continues his search and finds out that whatever is in the woods is a lot more sinister than he could even imagine. And when Jude shows up back in town, seemingly unharmed, Stevie realizes that this Jude is not Jude. Whatever evil lurks in the woods seems to have crept in.  Super creepy right?!

Super creepy right?!

 The Devil Crept In had a little bit of everything, for every reader. It contains some elements of every genre (supernatural, horror, thriller, mystery) and has such multi-dimensional characters. I truly became invested in each storyline.  I have been recommending this book to everyone and anyone. I am already naming this one as one of my favourite releases of 2017!

Keep scrolling to check out what the author, Ania Ahlborn, had to say about her new novel, her writing process and life in general!

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