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Author Spotlight: The Watertown Nightmare by Corey Turner

Heya Everyone! Welcome to another Friday Author Spotlight. This week I have Corey Turner with his novel, The Watertown Nightmare.

webcam-toy-photo2 (1)Corey Turner is an aspiring writer, author and inventor. He loves to write all forms of stories, especially stories that deal with real life issues. He would love to write a Children’s book soon. Be sure to check out future books coming soon.

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About the Book

CoverThe Clarkson family has been through a through a paranormal event that nearly took their lives and, without their knowing, was plastered on the internet and TV. Now they just want to leave their old life behind and start a new, but the evil entities that haunted them seem to follow them where ever they go.

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Keep reading for an interview with the author:

Do you have a “day job”? If so, what do you do?

Yes, at my local hospital as a tech.

What genres do you write?

Fiction and nonfiction

What inspires you to write?

What inspires me is the love of creating new thoughts and putting them into form on paper. I’m in the music business and writing songs is a hobby anyway. You could say it’s the same as writing a book there is a story in each one.

What authors/books have most influenced you?

Stephen King. He is brilliant and takes you there like The Shining or The Black House.

When did you first consider yourself an author?

When I wrote my first book The Fall of a Rising Star.

What is the biggest obstacle you face as an author and what do you do to overcome it?

To be consistent as far as writing good quality books.

If you were stranded on a deserted island, and you could only have five books with you, what would they be?

The Shining, Black House, Harry Potter books, IT, Dr Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat

Are you a pantser or outliner?


How do you come up with the titles for your books? Do you find it difficult?

No. Just whatever I see or a thought in my head.

Do you ever base your characters on people you know?


What are you working on now?

A children’s book called Tommy’s Magical Ride.

How do you market/promote your work? Have you found something that works really well for you?

Social sites and marketing sites

Do you have any advice for other authors?

Don’t ever give up.

Do you have anything specific you’d like to say to your readers?

Yes. I hope you enjoy and there will be more.

I want you to know that my heart and passion goes into making it the best it can be and you won’t be disappointed.

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