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Today’s Tease…Rick Hudson

Welcome! Pull up a seat and enjoy a chat with Today’s Tease Rick Hudson

Your Name or Pen Name you use:  Rick Hudson

Title of the book you are promoting: Shrapnel

Link to purchase your Book: 

From Barnes & Noble at….

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/Rick-Hudson-Shrapnel?store=book&keyword=Rick+Hudson+Shrapnel

From Amazon at ….

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rick-Hudson/e/B00B5G2B14/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1382832086&sr=1-1

Direct from the publisher at….

http://www.horrorexpresspublications.com/

While you’re there take a look at…

http://www.horrorexpresspublications.com/interview-rick-hudson

Genre:  It lurks in the liminal territory between Literature and horror fiction. Kind of in the same playground as Chuck Palahniuk; Martin Amis; Franz Kafka and Jorg Lois Borges

Welcome  RH…I, LH have some questions for you 😉

Good! I am my favorite topic of conversation 🙂

LH: I wanted to be a ballerina, race car driver and a private detective when I was little. What did you want to be when you grew up?

RH: I assure you that I am not making this up, but the only thing I ever had any passion or desire to be was a writer. It never occurred to me to even consider anything else. I cannot imagine being anything else. I couldn’t handle being anything else. I could not never write and I could never not be a writer.

LH: I didn’t really have a literary influence, I just decided one day to start writing. Who influenced you in your writing career?

RH: I love literature with a desperate passion and always have done. My favorite poet and one of the writers who has influenced me most is Ted Hughes. My list also features Martin Amis; Chuck Palahniuk; Henry Fielding; William Faulkner; Jane Austin; Milan Kundera and Franz Kafka. But I also like  and am influenced by popular writers such as Thomas Ligotti and HP Lovecraft. When I was a kid in the 1970s I devoured Marvel comics, and think they also had a significant impact upon my imagination and how I write. Particularly a comic book writer called Steve Gerber who, whilst working in mainstream comic books, wrote some very quirky stuff.

LH: I self published all of my books and was then “discovered” by a publisher. Are you an Indie or published author?

RH: I’ve not self published so far, but there might come a time when I do. My short stories have appeared in mainstream and indie magazines and anthologies as well as having been broadcast by BBC Radio. My novel is with the Birmingham (UK) publisher Horror Express Publications who also publish my short fiction on a regular basis.

Nevertheless…. as I am quite experimental I can see that self-publishing has its attractions- and may go down that line in the future.

LH: As an Indie Author, I was hesitant about being with a publishing company. If you are an Indie author, would you like to be published by a traditional publisher and if so, why or why not?

RH: I like to see my work appear in a variety of formats and with a variety of publishers. I would of course like to see my work with a major publisher and have no qualms about being open about the fact that I would welcome the money and the increased exposure they would provide. Nevertheless, I am very passionate about all my writing and some is just so off the wall its natural place is with a small publisher.

LH: This is easy for me…I’d invite Johnny Depp and I would not discuss movies! Who would you invite to dinner, living or dead, and what one topic would you NOT discuss with them?

RH: My obsession with Cameron Diaz is legend, so it would be her. I find her a very attractive woman as she is one of the few Hollywood actresses who have a personality. She is also a bit of a ‘kooky chick’ and Ricks like kooky chicks. The only subject we would not discuss would be the absurd fantasy that she would not fall hopelessly in love with me.

Seriously, the most interesting and funniest people I know are my friends. I would like to have them all to dinner and – despite my rather flippant comment at the start of this interview – the only subject off limits would be me and my writing.

LH: I personally think that there is way too much sex and violence everywhere in society these days and it’s everywhere but that Hollywood is one of the biggest contributors.  Do you think that society as a whole is subjected to too much sex and violence and are you concerned about it? Ever feel conflicted and if so, why?

RH: I think in reality there is too much violence and that it is of course a terrible thing. If there is too much sex in society, then can you show me where it is please? The link between sex and violence in the media / culture and whether it affects reality is a complex one- I’m not sold on the idea that there is a direct correlation. The UK has very strict censorship but it is quite a violent place. Also, a lot of the studies on this that have claimed that there is a causal link between violence in film / tv and violence in society have, by and large, been discredited. My fiction is often grotesquely violent, but there is an aesthetic agenda behind this: conflict is the motor behind all drama and violent conflicts can metaphorically represent more abstract conflicts within a narrative mechanism. I never feel concerned or conflicted by this: most great literature is actually deeply unpleasant and horrifically violent, and I never heard of anyone putting anyone’s eye out after watching King Lear or burning down Turkish cities after reading the Iliad.

LH: I’m a huge softy and by no means a beauty queen… lol but, I truly would want world peace in the blink of an eye if I could make it happen…If you could change one thing in the world, in the blink of an eye, what would it be?

RH: I’m much more selfish than you; I would like my perpetual quest to find a woman who is more interested in books than hair-straightners to come to an end.

LH: With the traditional bookstore becoming obsolete and everyone turning to buying books online, I don’t buy the hype that “the cover is everything”. How important do you think book covers are now that almost all shopping is done online?

RH: I don’t think it’s got any more important than it has been in the past. What is interesting about book cover design is that it makes the book its own marketing materials: product and advertising mechanism are combined in one object. This has been the case since the 1930s when the paperback emerged. Book jacket design really came into its own with the arrival of the paperback –  and it is interesting to note that it emerged at the same time ALL goods – baked beans, flour, tins of custard, everything – began to be mass marketed in colorful packaging. I think this is interesting and has a lot to do with technological and economic changes which interest me. I’m a ‘literary’ writer and people expect me to bemoan how evil the publishing industry is, and weep tears over the business side of publishing. OK, yeah, there are negative aspects to the business side of literature, BUT if the publishing industry had not emerged as a commercial enterprise aimed at mass selling then the only books that would be available would be those financed and supported by the church, wealthy patrons or the state.

LH: I can remember wanting to write as a kid. I got a really late start! Have you always wanted to write and when did you start?

RH: Yes, always. It’s my deep, deep passion. It’s not that I can’t remember when I started, but I can’t remember not writing. Even as a tiny kid I’d be writing stories or making little comic books. When I got my first cassette recorder the first thing I did was write and tape a story.

LH: I love to see if I can see myself in a character. What interests you most about a story?

RH: I like the flash and the flair of words- I like constructing snappy and emotive turns of phrase and clever smarty-pants ways of saying things.

LH: For me, I just get hit with this whole movie in my head and start writing. How do you come up with your stories?

RH: I often don’t know where I’m going. I will start with one element – it could be anything: a phrase, a character a scene, and the story will expand like some great chaotic amoeba from there.

LH: I can’t tell you or I’d have to…lol Are you working on anything now?

RH: Yes, I’ve always got several projects on the go. My principal ones at the moment are not fiction, but academic studies: one being a critical assessment of Ted Hughes, the other concerns the impact of classical Greek and Roman literature and mythology on contemporary literature.

LH: I’m working on #6…5 have been published and the other is due out this year… How many books have you written? How many have been published?

RH: I have written five:  Shrapnel which is currently published; Heart Failure and Bedlam Lullabies are due out next year; Fifty Fathom Dreams (poetry) will be out soon but I have one completed novel – relatively conventional by my standards – which I have yet to find a publisher for. I am of course working on my sixth.

LH: I write for fun I don’t even dream of riches…Do you write for fun or money?

RH: Fun, love, compulsion, desire and mischief. I don’t write for money, but I am very lucky that I can earn an income doing so.

LH: Some of my family members had a bit of a problem with me writing my first book “A Beautiful Liar” because the character Maggie West is basically me…to a point 😉 They had a problem with the genre and me “putting it all out there” so to speak so I took a pen name. They eventually came around as I have never cared who knows who I am what I’ve done or what they think of me. I’ve never wanted to be famous, just infamous! What has been your biggest problem when it comes to family or friends when writing?

RH: Frankly, and I’ve said this before, I couldn’t give a fuck what people I know in real life think of my writing and I don’t give a fuck what readers think of me as a person. Some people I know don’t really ‘get’ why I write the way I do, but they acknowledge my talent and I’m fine with that.

LH: I have never experienced writers block…I have experienced writers “don’t want to”… Have you ever experienced writers block and if so, how did you overcome it?

RH: I have so many ideas smashing around my head I think I’d need several lifetimes to get them all written. I have struggled to articulate ideas sometimes- then I’ve just put the pen down and thought ‘just leave it Rick, the more you worry the worse it will get. Just relax, watch TV, and go to the pub. It will come when you’re calmer and less worried about it’.

LH: I get asked all the time “Do you have any advice for new writers?”… Do you?

RH: Yeah, read some books. I try not to vomit in the face of people who say they want to write, but don’t read. That’s like saying I want to be a musician but don’t listen to any music. I get this all the time and it pisses me off. If anyone comes up to me and says something along the lines of ‘I want to write can you help me please’ my first question will always be ‘who do you read?’ This fazes some people. But if you don’t read then: a. you don’t know what’s out there already; b. you haven’t got the passion and enthusiasm to make it as a writer; c. it probably means that you think writing a book is just writing down a sequence of events as they come into your head and don’t know anything about the mechanics and craft of writing. I won’t even entertain a conversation with anyone who wants to write but doesn’t read. The so-called ‘novel’ that these people want to write will invariably be a talentless, egocentric, maudlin ramble about stuff that has happened to them just scribbled out without the slightest knowledge, will or desire to engage other people’s interest. Proper writers know that they have to win readers; readers don’t owe them a duty to read any old boring shit they scribble down. If you want to succeed as a writer you have to make people fall in love with you; and poetics, rhetoric and literary devices are the writer’s tools of seduction. You only learn how to use them by reading books.

LH: I would not change one thing in my life as I would not be me if I did… If you could go back in time and change one thing in your life, what would it be

RH: I’m pretty happy with me as me.

LH: If I could go back in time and tell someone something, I’d go back and tell the founding fathers they were doing a few things wrong…If you could go back in time and tell someone something, who would you tell and what would you tell them?

RH: I have a whole list of people I’d like to tell to go fuck themselves.

LH: I would freak out if someone contacted me and said they wanted to make one of my books or my series of book into a movie as I am really very shy in person and I’d probably go into hiding. I don’t think I could handle it. How would you handle it? Who would be the first person you told?

RH: First, I would roar with merriment. The next thing I would do would be to contact the producers and director to congratulate them on having such a finely honed sense of aesthetic judgment. The first person I told would be whoever happened to be at hand; then I would become insufferable company – I’d flag down cars to tell the drivers, I’d climb to the top of the clock tower of Manchester Town Hall with a megaphone and announce it to the world. No one would be safe from me telling them about this. This behavior would go on until the film was released: then I’d go on about how the film didn’t do justice to my work and how shit it was etc etc and everyone would have to suffer this until I was contacted about doing a sequel, and then I’d change my mind and tell everyone that the first film was great.

Thank you for your funny and frank interview RH…Now… for the fun stuff!

Favorite Beverage? Beer.

Exercise or Bubble Bath? Exercise if I can have walking in the Lake or Peak District. I’ll take bubble bath if I can’t…. and only if I am assisted by Cameron Diaz.

Favorite Color? Blue (like my eyes) or gray (because it compliments my eyes)

Take out or Dine in?  OUT. I can quite happily have breakfast, dinner and tea out on the same day. I live on my own and I get bored being in all the time. I usually only eat in if I have a guest.

Camping or Hotel? Hotel, and an expensive one at that. Fuck off with your camping!

Sports or Chocolate? Chocolate! Sport has always struck me as being a bit gay (not that there’s anything wrong with being gay, obviously). Why should I, a heterosexual male, gain any pleasure from watching other blokes do anything, let alone run about with a bunch of other blokes on a field? Dancing is much more fun, and has the bonus that you can do it with girls rather than other blokes (not that there’s anything wrong with…. etc…etc…)
Dogs or Cats? It depends; do they come with a salad? Actually, I have had both in the past and have liked both. I have neither at the moment, but that’s because my exciting glamorous life style means that I would not be able to give them the attention they needed.

Favorite Food? I love ALL food. I have a particular liking for Italian and Indian. Oh, and French. Most really. I am also a fan of English cooking – which is very underestimated internationally – there is some fantastic English food out there, but for some reason I think we must hide it from Americans when they come over here. I’m a BIG fan of: traditional English breakfast and roast dinners IF they are done properly.

Favorite Song? I don’t have a favorite song, but I am a big fan of REM and Pink Floyd.

Favorite Movie? It’s a Wonderful Life or Psycho, can’t make up my mind

Favorite Car? Big fan of American muscle cars: Ford Mustangs, Dodge Challengers – that sort of thing

Sex or Chocolate? (The answer “Both” is totally acceptable 😉 Are you insane? SEX obviously: and the harder, the dirtier and the more frequent the better

And now for the essay part of the interview 😉

LH: If you could go anywhere for a week, with anyone you wanted and no one would ever find out about it…where would you go, what would you do and who would you take?

RH:  Well, first, I’ll tell you what I wouldn’t do. I wouldn’t go whisking any girls off to Paris. In films if you whisk girls off to Paris they melt into your arms and say ‘Oh, Rick this is magical, I love you. Marry me’. In reality, however, what they do is moan about how much dog shit there is and how the Harvey Nix isn’t as good as the one in Leeds and get into a sulk because a waiter in a cafe looked at them in a funny way and complain about not being able to use the toilet. So, no more whisking! But, I would like to take a very special woman to a very small hotel in the Lake District. I’d take her for walks in the forest and by the lakes. I’d take her out for meals and go dancing with her in the moonlight… I’ll leave the rest to your dirty imagination!

Thanks for spending this time with us. Make sure to pick up your copy of Rich Hudson’s 

Shrapnel

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rick-Hudson/e/B00B5G2B14/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1382832086&sr=1-1

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Today’s Tease…Chantal Bellehumeur

Welcome! Pull up a seat and enjoy a chat with Today’s Tease Chantal Bellehumeur

Your Name or Pen Name you use:  Chantal Bellehumeur

Title of the book you are promoting:  Just.Another.Common.Killer

Link to purchase your Book: 

You can buy all my novels directly from my publishers, but it is cheaper on Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Chantal-Bellehumeur/e/B008YX5YGK

 Genre:  Horror

Welcome  CB…I, LH have some questions for you 😉

CB: Thanks for hosting me.  I am happy to answer your questions.

LH: I wanted to be a ballerina, race car driver and a private detective when I was little. What did you want to be when you grew up?

CB: I use to make jewelry with cut straws, plastic beads, macaroni noodles and such and told my mother that I was going to open up a jewelry store for poor people.  I then moved on to wanting to be an astronaut because I wished to go into space.  Then I got confused.  Thought about acting and ended up being a writer instead.  I just do it as a hobby though. 

LH: I didn’t really have a literary influence, I just decided one day to start writing. Who influenced you in your writing career?     

CB: My mother always encouraged me to write as a child.  I used to do drawings that dictate my stories to her before I knew how to put words together.  I never really thought about publishing anything until a friend of mine told me I should.

My friends, family, and even co-workers have been encouraging me to continue writing.  My son even showed his support by working on a fantasy novel with me and then proudly showing off the published book to everyone.

LH: I self published all of my books and was then “discovered” by a publisher. Are you an Indie or published author?

CB: I am an Indie publisher.

LH: As an Indie Author, I was hesitant about being with a publishing company. If you are an Indie author, would you like to be published by a traditional publisher and if so, why or why not?

CB: I would not say no if a publishing company approached me because self publishing is expensive and a lot of my time is spent trying to promote my books.  With no budget, it is very hard to get the word out…I would just be afraid of a traditional publisher wanting to change my style of writing or something like that.

LH: This is easy for me…I’d invite Johnny Depp and I would not discuss movies! Who would you invite to dinner, living or dead, and what one topic would you NOT discuss with them?

CB: I believe our thoughts are the same here.  Lol  Trying to think of somebody else…Tim Burton, and I would not discuss books with him.  Then again, if I could get him to direct a movie based on one of my creepy stories from «Thirteen-A Compilation of Short stories» I am sure that he would make it very original.  I love his style!

LH: I personally think that there is way too much sex and violence everywhere in society these days and it’s everywhere but that Hollywood is one of the biggest contributors.  Do you think that society as a whole is subjected to too much sex and violence and are you concerned about it? Ever feel conflicted and if so, why?

CB: Everything has its place.  There is nothing wrong with sexual content, but sometimes I find it is placed where there is no need for it.  I have been in awkward situations watching a movie or show with my son, who is now twelve, were we both get uncomfortable because something sexual randomly pops up.

LH: I’m a huge softy and by no means a beauty queen… lol but, I truly would want world peace in the blink of an eye if I could make it happen…If you could change one thing in the world, in the blink of an eye, what would it be?

CB: World peace would indeed be nice.  I would also like it if nobody was ever starving or seriously ill.

LH: With the traditional bookstore becoming obsolete and everyone turning to buying books online, I don’t buy the hype that “the cover is everything”. How important do you think book covers are now that almost all shopping is done online?

CB: I hate people who judge a book purely by its cover, but unfortunately it is the first thing everyone sees.  So, it is important to try and create a book cover that catches the eyes.

LH: I can remember wanting to write as a kid. I got a really late start! Have you always wanted to write and when did you start?

CB: I always wrote yes. I used to create mini books by stapling pieces of papers together.  I had a writing folder at school too, which I kept.  As a teenager, I started working on short stories and novels.  My sister and I attempted to write a movie script.

LH: I love to see if I can see myself in a character. What interests you most about a story?

CB: It depends on what I am writing.  I will admit that the main character of my Veronica Series, which include «Veronica’s Soap Opera Life», «Veronica’s Attempt at romance», and «Veronica’s Happily Ever After» was highly based on me.  Veronica has my personality and I kind of turned her into somebody I would have wanted to be in the sense that she found her happiness in the end of all her bad luck with men.

When I worked on Just.Another.Common.Killer, it was the mystery of Jack the Ripper’s murders that really interested me.  I have always been fascinated with the killer and decided to base a modern character on him; his reincarnation really.  I love horror movies and wanted to create a monster of my own.

LH: For me, I just get hit with this whole movie in my head and start writing. How do you come up with your stories?

CB: Sometimes there is like a movie playing inside my head too.  I mostly get inspired by life in general or dreams.

LH: I can’t tell you or I’d have to…lol Are you working on anything now?

CB: Yes. I started writing short stories for The Suburban Online Magazine.  My first story, «A Mother’s Love», was published in the April 26 issue.  «A father’s promise» will be published in June, followed by «An unplanned Wedding» in July.  I am currently working on a new story with the same characters for an August publication.  I already have an idea for the story that will follow.  My stories can be read for FREE by going to www.thesuburban.com and clicking on their magazine tab.  I post direct links on my Facebook author page when the stories become available.  People can follow me at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chantal-Bellehumeur-public-author-page/347446362035640

LH: I’m working on #6…3 are published and the other 3 are due out this year… How many books have you written? How many have been published?

CB: I published 7 novels in total.  Titles include:

Fictional diaries, «Veronica’s Soap Opera Life», «Veronica’s Attempt at romance», and «Veronica’s Happily Ever After»

Horror novel «Just.Another.Common.Killer»

Mystery book «Thirteen-A Compilation of Short Stories»

Fantasy novel «Sdrawkcab»

Fictional health novel «Hope», write to make people understand what living with Colitis is like

I hope to continue writing short stories for The Suburban Online Magazine.

LH: I write for fun I don’t even dream of riches…Do you write for fun or money?

CB: I write for fun; have not made back the money I invested in my novels.

Glad that The Suburban is publishing my short stories at no cost to me.   In fact, they are giving me very good exposure.

LH: Some of my family members had a bit of a problem with me writing my first book “A Beautiful Liar” because the character Maggie West is basically me…to a point 😉 They had a problem with the genre and me “putting it all out there” so to speak so I took a pen name. They eventually came around as I have never cared who knows who I am what I’ve done or what they think of me. I’ve never wanted to be famous, just infamous! What has been your biggest problem when it comes to family or friends when writing?

CB: A lot of my characters are originally based on me or events in my life so sometimes people look at the other characters of my stories and see similarities to themselves and think that the way I portrays those characters is how I view them, or that I am talking about them when I am not… If I make my characters do bad things, like kill or torture, some people ask me how I could come up with it as though I was the one doing it rather than my characters.

LH: I have never experienced writers block…I have experienced writers “don’t want to”… Have you ever experienced writers block and if so, how did you overcome it?

CB: On occasion, but it usualy doesn’t last.  More often than not, my ideas flow faster than I can write them down.  lol

LH: I get asked all the time “Do you have any advice for new writers?”… Do you?

CB: Keep writing, don’t let critics get to you but rather take in positive feedback.  Constructive criticism can be good though.  Also, help other authors since they can also help you.  It is good to have support all around.

LH: I would not change one thing in my life as I would not be me if I did… If you could go back in time and change one thing in your life, what would it be?

CB: I was diagnosed with Colitis, which is a serious digestive illness, about 3 and a half years ago.  If I could go back to being perfectly healthy and being able to eat whatever I wanted whenever I wanted without suffering any consequences that would be great!

LH: If I could go back in time and tell someone something, I’d go back and tell the founding fathers they were doing a few things wrong…If you could go back in time and tell someone something, who would you tell and what would you tell them?

CB: Hummm.  Can I give my parents the numbers for a winning lottery ticket?  lol

LH: I would freak out if someone contacted me and said they wanted to make one of my books or my series of book into a movie as I am really very shy in person and I’d probably go into hiding. I don’t think I could handle it. How would you handle it? Who would be the first person you told?

CB: I could totally handle it!  I actually looked into that at one point because people told me that Just.Another.Common.Killer would make a good horror flick.  My son keeps saying he wants my fantasy novel Sdrawkcab to be a movie.  I found out that it is very complicated and expensive to just try pitching the idea, with no guarantees that my suggestion would even be seen.

I would also like to point out that I have a small background in acting so I would probably ask to do a cameo or something if one of my books got turned into a movie.   (I have to say that I am normally shy when I am not a character.)

My son is starting to show interest in acting now so I am sure that if Sdrawkcab got turned into a movie he would want to be part of the cast, even if he was just an extra.

Anyways, if one of my stories got turned into a movie I would tell my son first, then contact my boyfriend, and proceeded to calling my mom, my sister, and my dad (in that order).  My best friend Sarah would be next, and then the rest of my close friends.  I would definitely post the news on Facebook!

Thank you for that interesting interview CB….Now… for the fun stuff!

Favorite Beverage? Ice tea on a warm day, hot chocolate when it is cold.

Exercise or Bubble Bath?  Bubble bath

Favorite Color? Black.  Okay, I know it is not a technically color.  I still say black.

Take out or Dine in? I like to go out and sit on a terrace or have a pic-nick, but sometimes it is fun to order in and eat in front of the TV.

Camping or Hotel?  Camping to get away from the word for a  weekend, but hotel if touring in a city.

Sports or Chocolate?  Chocolate!!!

Dogs or Cats? Cats

Favorite Food?  Pasta, medium rare steak.  CHOCOLATE!

Favorite Song?  Don’t have one in particular.  I like music I can dance to.

Favorite Movie? Hard to pick.  First thing that comes to mind RIGHT NOW; I like the Scream series.

Favorite Car? I don’t know anything about cars.  I don’t even have a license.  Why?  I daydream too much and believe I would be dangerous on the roads.

Sex or Chocolate? (The answer “Both” is totally acceptable 😉  Good, cause I say both.

And now for the essay part of the interview 😉

If you could go anywhere for a week, with anyone you wanted and no one would ever find out about it…where would you go, what would you do and who would you take?

CB: I like the idea of a secret trip.  I would go to Italy with my boyfriend and turn the trip into a romantic getaway.

Thank you for spending this time with us and make sure to pick up your copy of Chantal Bellehumeur’s

Just.Another.Common.Killer

at

http://www.amazon.com/Chantal-Bellehumeur/e/B008YX5YGK

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