In this podcast Brian Kirk talks about Will Haunt You, Momo, strange experiences, and much more.
Brian Kirk is an author of dark thrillers and psychological suspense. His debut novel, We Are Monsters, was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel. His latest novel is Will Haunt You, though unlike most novels you don’t read it, it reads you. And his short fiction has been published in many notable magazines and award-winning anthologies, including Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories and Behold! Oddities, Curiosities, and Undefinable Wonders.
- [01:55] What makes us who we are
- [12:00]Decision to become a writer
- [23:25] Typical working day
- [37:50]Will Haunt You
- [47:40] Strange experiences with Will Haunt You and personal beliefs
- [01:04:15]Dan Howarth, via Patreon, asks about creating buzz on social media
- [01:11:20]Connect with Brian
- [01:12:30]Final thoughts
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