24 thoughts on “Author interview no.75 with horror novelist Kitty Kirwin

  1. Charles Walter Wooten says:

    Morgen: As always, your recent Interview with horror novelist, Kitty Kirwin, was fascinating, though horror genre is not my cup of tea.-However, growing up I did read much of the Edgar Allen Poe stories!-Classic English lit, and American lit was my thing back then.-An up-date: I have completed my third novel in the AngelTeam series, Journey to Jerusalem, making the series a Trilogy!-Your idea that I may be onto something sounds good!


    • morgenbailey says:

      Thank you Rachelle. I’ve let Kitty know (via Twitter :)) that there are some great comments on here for her. Can I interest you in taking part in one of these interviews? It’s relatively painless. 🙂


  2. PepiSmartDog says:

    What a great interview ! Felt as though I was sitting on the sofa in the same room, listening in… Laughed when Kitty said she doesn’t like being interrupted while writing (the mental picture.) BOL ! (bark out loud) Enjoyed reading how ‘Tombstone’ originated and I look forward to Kitty’s new book being released. :=o)


  3. Robyn M Ryan says:

    Super interview–and great site! Can’t wait to read Haunted Bedtime Stories… Shiver!! Still having nightmares about those ghosts in Tombstone! So glad to have discovered your site–always looking for new authors to read! Thanks!


  4. Andrea Heffe says:

    Great interview. We read the first book “Dust of Tombstone” and loved it. Looking forward to the next book and hope for many more.


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