In this podcast C.V. Hunt talks about the sociopath next door, Bentley Little, deciding to write, and much more.
About C.V. Hunt
C.V. Hunt lives in Dayton, Ohio. She is the owner of Grindhouse Press and writes unpopular fiction in her spare time. Find out more at her website: www.authorcvhunt.com.
- [02:10] Interview start/ life lessons growing up
- [15:00] The sociopath next door
- [20:45] First experiences with story and the horror genre
- [26:00] Family’s interest in horror
- [34:10] Most wanted old horror books
- [36:50] Writers past and present more people should be reading / Bentley Little
- [47:00] First stories written
- [55:40] Making decision to write and not looking back
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