What is your latest release and what genre is it? Keyport Cthulhu. Horror.
Quick description: “The painting forced him to move back with such suddenness, he nearly fell over the side of the old wooden railing. It depicted a grizzly scene, as if your worst nightmare had been splattered on canvas. Despite his mind screaming to look away, he could not avert his eyes” – Ancient
Five stories with a Lovecraftian feel to them… set in the New Jersey fishing village of Keyport, where the Esoteric Order of Dagon has been planning for the awakening of the Deep One all these years…
Includes two bonus stories, the steampunk tale Rats In The Cellars and Cthulhunicorn co-written with Katelynn Rosamilia
Armand Rosamilia is a New Jersey boy currently living in sunny Florida, where he writes when he’s not watching the Boston Red Sox and listening to Heavy Metal music … and because of him they won the 2013 World Series, so he’s pretty good at watching!
He’s written over 100 stories that are currently available, including a few different series:
Dying Days – extreme zombie series
Keyport Cthulhu – horror series
Flagler Beach Fiction Series – contemporary fiction
Metal Queens – non-fiction music series
He also loves to talk in third person … because he’s really that cool.
You can find him at his website for not only his latest releases but interviews and guest posts with other authors he likes!
And e-mail him to talk about zombies, baseball and Metal: armandrosamilia (at) gmail.com
Links to buy Armand`s book:
Keyport Cthulhu – Amazon Worldwide (eBook)
What are you working on now?
Quite a bit! A horror novel for a publisher. A series of erotic horror shorts for another publisher. Two short stories for upcoming anthologies. Stories for Nerdz Comics And More, the fifth book in the Flagler Beach Fiction Series … and a million other projects.
And here’s an update on one of those projects … The Summer of Zombie Blog Tour 2014!)
Armand’s reading recommendation: Besides Tim Baker’s Unfinished Business, I’d love to also recommend Zombie Fallout 7 from Mark Tufo. Tim Baker is also featured on Reading Recommendations.)