Werewolves and the big gay question

I sat down with Big Gay Horror Fan to discuss my most recent novel, The Wolf at His Door. We wandered a bit, discussing my childhood, early fascination with horror, and my take of mixing gay characters with the horror genre.

BGHF: Hey, Adrian! Let’s do a more interesting take on Maria Van Trapp – and start at the very beginning! What first got you interested in horror?

Adrian: My first horror story was a brutal, little story about a family getting murdered; I wrote that in the first grade. Later, in a computer programming class in middle school, my friends and I programmed a choose-your-own adventure horror/murder game, where the character’s sister went mad and was killing everyone. In short, I’ve always loved horror. Starting when I was really little, my mom and I would stay up and watch all the classic horror on the late, late show — Beyond the DoorExorcistThe Shining, less-than-memorable Hammer films, and many others.

Read the rest of the interview by Big Gay Horror Fan!

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"The Wolf at His Door features a complex and twisting plot that never loses steam, with relatable and likeable characters, some seriously gruesome deaths and horror scenes, incredibly written suspense, and even some highly erotic scenes." Buys, Bears and Scares

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