An Interview with Hater's David Moody

Author David Moody first made a name for himself with Infected Books, an indie publishing house created to publish his Autumn series of horror novels that became an online phenomenon. Now, with his novel Hater out from Thomas Dunne books, a movie deal with Pan’s Labyrinth director Guillermo del Toro, and a planned re-release of the entire Autumn series, Moody has been able to quit his day job and go to work as a full time writer. Amazon recently checked in with him to talk about how his life has changed and what the future holds for the characters introduced in Hater.

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The interview was very eye opening. I wrote my first book "Through The Eyes of A Rookie" and I'm learning what self-publishing is all about. It doesn't have to be a negative experience, but slowly for me thats what its becoming. I'm very confident that my book will still do very well. The front cover is very marketable, and the content is very current and goes hand in hand with issues regular people deal with everyday. A respresentative from the self-publishing company has been trying to sell me marketing services for a good while. After purchasing one service, the circumstances of the agreement changed all of the sudden. Surely I have a family friend attorney looking into the matter, but really I just want to focus on pushing my book. The book is about my experience trying to become a police officer with a physical impairment, my first time on the job experiences, and some of the pressures young first responders deal with. I would be very fortunate to have a traditional company make me an offer, but surely I do want the content to remain true to my experiences as a rookie cop. Official release date is in June of 2009. Surely I will register to sell on amazon.com.

Much Success Mr. Moody,
Benjamin Mouzone

Posted by: Benjamin Mouzone | Thursday April 9, 2009 at 8:00 AM

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