Carl Alves followed up his recent review of BLOOD BORN with an interview. Tough questions!
What? This book is still getting book reviews? That’s what I said. Anyway, author Carl Alves liked it. “Blood Born is violent and visceral, definitely not for the faint of heart,” he writes. “[It’s] an intriguing and well developed plot. It’s part mystery, part thriller, part monster horror novel. … an entertaining read that I would recommend.” Click below to read the whole review.
He also gave me an interview that’s going up this weekend. Ten tougher-than-usual questions. Stay tuned!
Horror author Patrick D’Orazio recently gave BLOOD BORN an unexpected, positive review, calling it a “well written scientific tale of horror.” Isn’t it time to buy it for your Kindle or Nook?
The Horror Writers Association has announced that BLOOD BORN will appear on the preliminary ballot for the Bram Stoker Award for the best novel of 2011. If the book survives the second round of culling, then it could appear on the final ballot, announced Feb. 18. Keep your fingers crossed!
Horror Drive-In’s proprietor and noted book reviewer, Mark Sieber, has listed BLOOD BORN as one of his favorite books of 2011. “Matthew Warner wrote a big nasty one called Blood Born. Despite its lurid subject matter, it’s literate and beautifully written.”
One of my favorite horror websites, Horror Drive-In, has just published a review of BLOOD BORN. “Original idea, good characters, strong ending, frenzied pace,” it says in part.
Barnes & Noble’s Nook edition of BLOOD BORN is now available.
Indie Books Blog just posted a short Q&A interview with me about the Blood Born eBook edition. Have you bought your copy yet?
At long last, the Kindle edition of BLOOD BORN is now available. You can get it for $5.99 from Amazon. It’s like the book has been . . . reborn.
BLOOD BORN continues to rack up the positive reviews. Thank God. The latest is from Somebody Dies: “The work of Matthew Warner–with Eyes Everywhere and Blood Born in particular–shows that he delivers intelligent, visceral, and psychological horror of dependable high quality. … Matthew Warner is a brand you can trust.”