Houston, We Have an Audio Book!

I had to search through my files for my tattered bucket list this week and draw a nice, straight line through one of the items, ala My Name is Earl. To my surprise, the audio book of my novel, Evil Eternal, was just  released. As I told my good friend, Jack, now I can afflict the blind with my brand of horror.

I can’t describe the feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you hear a professional read your words back to you. In Evil Eternal’s case, narrator Seth Michael Donsky adds a delicious, sinister flair to the story. Hearing him read the book, I kept saying, “Did I write that?” I couldn’t have asked for a better person to narrate it. You can download a copy at Amazon or Audible, and also hear a sample from the very first chapter. It’s ultra-wicked.

Click here to listen to a sample at Audible.

Click here to listen to a sample at Audible.

Also, if you purchase the audio book, you’ll be putting a nice deposit in your personal karma bank. My wife was diagnosed with Lupus last year. Apparently, she’s had it for years but her doctors assumed it was other things. Lupus is like that. I’m donating 25% of all the royalties from the sale of the Evil Eternal audio book to the Lupus Foundation of America. We never knew how debilitating Lupus could be until we came face-to-face with it. We have a very long road ahead of us, but we’re indebted to one amazing doctor for realizing what was taking my wife from me, piece by piece. Help us make sure no one else has to go through what we and so many others have.

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About Hunter Shea

Hunter Shea is the product of a childhood weened on The Night Stalker, The Twilight Zone and In Search Of. He doesn’t just write about the paranormal – he actively seeks out the things that scare the hell out of people and experiences them for himself. Hunter Shea is the product of a childhood weened on The Night Stalker, The Twilight Zone and In Search Of. He doesn’t just write about the paranormal – he actively seeks out the things that scare the hell out of people and experiences them for himself. His novels, Forest of Shadows, Evil Eternal , Swamp Monster Massacre , Sinister Entity, Hell Hole, The Waiting and Island of the Forbidden are published through Samhain Publishing’s horror line. Hell Hole was named Horror Novel Reviews #1 horror novel of 2014. His first thriller novel, The Montauk Monster, was released June, 2014 as a Pinnacle paperback, and was named by Publishers Weekly as one of the best reads of the summer. His follow up Pinnacle novel, Tortures of the Damned, a post apocalyptic thriller, will be out July, 2015. That will be followed up by his latest cryptid tale, The Dover Demon, in the fall through Samhain. His horror short story collection, Asylum Scrawls, is available as an e-book, straightjacket not included. Hunter is an amateur cryptozoologist, having written wild, fictional tales about Bigfoot, The Montauk Monster, The Dover Demon and many new creatures to come. A copy of his book, The Montauk Monster, is currently on display in the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, ME. He wrote his first novel with the express desire to work only with editor Don D’Auria at Dorchester (Leisure Horror). He submitted his novel to Don and only Don, unagented, placed on the slush pile. He is proof that dedicated writers can be rescued from no man’s land. He now works with Don, along with several other agents and publishers, having published over ten books in just four years. Hunter is proud to be be one half of the Monster Men video podcast, along with his partner in crime, Jack Campisi. It is one of the most watched horror video podcasts in the world. Monster Men is a light hearted approach to dark subjects. Hunter and Jack explore real life hauntings, monsters, movies, books and everything under the horror sun. They often interview authors, cryptid and ghost hunters, directors and anyone else living in the horror lane. Living with his wonderful family and two cats, he’s happy to be close enough to New York City to get Gray’s Papaya hotdogs when the craving hits. His daughters have also gotten the horror bug, assisting him with research, story ideas and illustrations that can be seen in magazines such as Dark Dossier.

24 responses to “Houston, We Have an Audio Book!”

  1. frazerlee says :

    Awesome news about the audiobook! I will fill my ears with EVIL 🙂 Bloody best wishes to you & yours!

  2. Joseph Pinto says :

    Sweet news on the audio book, Hunter and congrats! Now hoping to learn of even better news on your wife day by day!

  3. Tim Feely says :

    This is fantastic news! I purchased it today. Can’t wait to listen to it. I am so sorry for what you have both gone through and you are in my thoughts! Is there a way to make donations in her name to the Lupus Foundation of America? It would be cool if that was possible. 🙂

    • Hunter Shea says :

      Thank you so much for the support, Tim. It’s weird. The doctor discovered she had Lupus while trying to get the root cause of another thing. In tandem, they’ve wreaked havoc. We’re all so new to this. I don;t have a way to make donations in her name. Even if we could, knowing her, she wouldn’t want the spotlight. We just want to do what we can to spare others this nightmare.

  4. Maria D. says :

    Congratulations on the audio book Hunter! Terribly sorry about what you and your family is going through with the diagnosis. Terrible disease but hopefully treatment will work out for her.

  5. Jack Campisi (@backinjack) says :

    Congrats! I can’t wait to hear it. Perhaps you could get Gilbert Gottfried to read the Forest of Shadows audio book. Maybe Fran Drescher for Sinister Entity?

  6. the happy horror writer says :

    What fun to have Joe make an appearance in Sinister Entity! I just wish-listed it. As for the audio book, that is super! I’m so excited for you. To hear a professional recording of words that once only existed within your mind has got to be one of the pinnacles of experience!

    I am glad that the doctors have found root cause, but I am sorry for the torturous journey to that answer. It is amazing that the first thought you both have is to help others avoid some of that pain. Your joint compassion in the face of a difficult diagnosis is a humbling reminder of the sublime beauty of the human soul when it is willing to look beyond itself.

    -aniko

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