Getting More International Love and Appreciating Every Second Of It!

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I found Mrs. Average Evaluates on Twitter looking for people to interview for her ‘Writer of the Week’ blog series. Not passing up the opportunity, I contacted her. Please check out her awesome blog.She writes book reviews and gives author interviews. I’m blessed to be getting a lot of support from the UK. I could always picture myself moving to Canada, but maybe I need to relocate to the UK 🙂  I can see myself in London, Dublin, or in a small village in Italy.

If you want to see my guest post about the songs I listen to when writing, please check out the link: Yawatta Hosby.

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Yawatta Hosby

Getting More International Love for Perfect Little Murder!!!

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I woke up to a nice surprise this morning and haven’t been able to stop smiling. Deborah J. Miles gave Perfect Little Murder a 5-star review, and she posted my author interview on her blog. She’s a talented writer. Please check out her book review blog and support her book called Orchard View.

Please click on the link to check it out!: #BookReview Perfect Little Murder @Yawatta_Hosby #GuestPost #AuthorInterview

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Yawatta Hosby

Please Check Out My New #Horror Author Interview

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Browsing Twitter, I met Sterp. She was looking for authors to interview. I jumped on the chance. It’s always fun to meet other horror authors, especially women. Please, please, please check out her wonderful blog–SterpsBlog. I subscribed to her newsletter and am looking forward to reading the free welcome gift: Horror Ebook–3 Spine Chilling Stories 🙂

To see my interview, please click on the link: Author Interview: Yawatta Hosby

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Yawatta Hosby

How Urban Legends Shaped My Newest Horror Story #WIHM

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I had fun writing my horror novella, Urban Legends (working title). A serial killer terrorizes a group of college students with urban legends, killing them one by one. In honor of Women In Horror Month, I was a guest on Priscilla Bettis’s blog–The making of a horror novelist. If you would like to see the nine urban legends that inspired my horror scenes, then please click on the link: Guest Post: How Urban Legends Shaped My Newest Story by Yawatta Hosby.

What’s your favorite urban legend? Mine is Bloody Mary. To this day, I refuse to say her name five times while looking in a mirror. No siree.

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Yawatta Hosby

Getting More International Love! Check Out My Guest Post: What’s in a (Character) Name? #WIHM #IARTG

For Women In Horror Month, I was determined to guest blog and get my name out there as much as possible. Even though I’m shy in real life doesn’t mean I have to be shy with social media 🙂

I had the honor of being a guest on Samantha Henthorn finds the right words blog today! Samantha is the author of Curmudgeon Ave Series. You should check her books out. I found her through the #DectheShelves challenge on Twitter back in December. In fact, I had met a lot of cool authors during that time.

If you want to see how I come up with character names for my horror stories, please click on the link: What’s in a (Character) Name?

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Yawatta Hosby

My Top 3 Fears–guest post

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I’m a worry wart, probably been like this all my life. Since I’ve gotten older, I can reel my fears in, or at least I try to…Want to know my top 3 fears? Check out K.T. Rose’s blog to see my guest post–MY TOP 3 FEARS by Yawatta Hosby.

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Yawatta Hosby

10 Horror Movies That Inspire My Writing

Hola! Check out Bella’s blog to see my top 10 list of horror movies that have inspired my writing. Spoiler alert–I love slashers. Scream, The Strangers, and House of Wax made an appearance. Click the link to see the other movies that make my skin crawl (in a good way)!

Guest Post: Yawatta Hosby Shares 10 Horror Films That Inspire Her

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Yawatta Hosby

My #Horror Short, Lars’s Muse, Is On the Web Today. Thanks Wicked Shorts Blog!

Hola. Do you like horror?

Do you like creepy? Do you like handsome lead singers of popular boy bands?

If you do, then head on over to the talented author’s Avrin Kelly’s blog, Wicked Shorts, and check out my short story: Lars’s Muse.

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Yawatta Hosby

P.S. It’d be cool to hear what you think if you read it 🙂

Six Plus One Script

Tonight, I have the pleasure of being a guest on the Jewel Writes Romance blog. In celebration of Six Plus One‘s release, I thought it’d be fun to turn a scene of Eugene confronting the camp counselor, Grayson, of stealing money into a script.

Interested?

If so, head on over to Jewel E. Leonard’s blog by clicking the link: Guest Post: Yawatta Hosby.

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Yawatta Hosby

My Interview Turned Into a #Horror Story!!!

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I had the pleasure of being a guest on Avrin Kelly’s blog. Wicked Shorts features her quirky, horror short stories. She really impressed me. Instead of just doing a standard interview, she wanted to turn my Q&A into a horror story. Welcome to my first collaborative effort. Avrin was a rock star, writing and revising 95% of everything.

Here’s an excerpt of Glass Witch:

The dark, three story house loomed overhead as I stood in the property’s driveway. Droplets of water fell from above, threatening to undo the curls in my hair and the makeup on my face.

I propelled myself out of the rain and up the steps. The old wood creaked under my heels as I glided to the tall front door and unlocked the house.

Today was a huge day.

I couldn’t believe my good luck.

It was my very first interview for Wicked Shorts: a blog I hosted about speculative fiction, weird fiction and horror and the person I was interviewing was quickly becoming a personal hero of mine.

Yawatta Hosby was a strong, impeccably well written author of thriller and suspense novels. She was the real deal, and she’d be here in less than ten minutes.

To continue reading, please click: Glass Witch/Yawatta Hosby (Interview).

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Yawatta Hosby