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My Books-My World: An Interview with Author Ronald J. Murray
Author Ronald J. Murray talks his inspirations, aspirations, and general work as a writer with Amy Bernal of My Books-My World.
What’s your name and what genre would you consider your books to be?
My name is Ronald J. Murray. I am an Affiliate Member of the Horror Writers Association, and all of my fictional work can comfortably fit into the Horror genre.
Tell me about your book. How did you come up with that (story, angle, idea)?
The stories in Cracks in the Walls have a rather heavy focus on the corrupt nature of everyday people, in the sense that humans are inherently flawed and everybody carries the weight of having hurt other people in some way. Most often, people do not take responsibility for these actions, repress them, or justify them to themselves. This, of course, leaves the door open for retribution by supernatural means or otherwise in my fiction...
You can read the full interview here.
Lustcraftian Horrors: Erotic Stories Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft
Coming soon from Infernal Ink Books: Lustcraftian Horrors: Erotic Stories Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft. This Anthology will feature Ronald J. Murray's tale, In the Labyrinth, about a sex addict seeking carnal thrills that suddenly finds himself the prisoner of a maze of corridors designed by a cult that worships the perverse outer god Shub-Niggurath.
This anthology will also feature the stories of Christine Morgan, Clint Collins, Essemoh Teepee, Jaap Boekestein, Janine Ashbless, Jay Aury, Martine Black, Pete Rawlik, Rajeev Singh, Richard Beauchamp, Rick Powell, Roger Leatherwood, and poetry from Robert J. Leuthold.
Release date TBA.
Please visit HydraMStar.com for more information on this anthology, as well as other releases from Infernal Ink Books and Infernal Ink Magazine.
Cracks in the Walls: Tales and Poems of Horror and the Strange
Read Chapter I of the Cracks in the Walls exclusive story The Shadow of Monongahela here!
The Cracks in the Walls Second Edition now available on Amazon.com.
Featuring terrifying stories previously published in horror anthologies such as The Ladies and Gentlemen of Horror and Bon Appetit: Stories and Recipes for Human Consumption, this is a collection of tales full of mystery, thrills, titillation, and intrigue that explore themes of betrayal, consequence, sex, and the corruption of humankind.
Introduction by Rick Powell
Cover design by Dave Lipscomb.
© Copyright. Ronald J. Murray. 2018.