Jeremy Seals


Jeremy Seals was born, raised, and lives in Ohio. By day, he works a mundane office job, but by night...he's usually writing and watching Star Trek with his wife and three fur babies. Nothing too exciting, he likes to keep things low key.

Jeremy is a life long fan of the horror genre across all media. He especially enjoys 1970's grindhouse cinema and Clive Barker's myriad works. He also has a long time fascination with serial killers, the paranormal, social panics, and urban legends. All of these influences have combined to create the horrific stories he writes.

Recently, Jeremy was made aware of the true life horrors inflicted upon livestock by the meat and dairy industry. As a result, he is a passionate vegan. Don't worry, his writing is not non-stop preaching about being plant based.

Jeremy is active on Instagram @TheVeganHorrorAuthor. See what he eats and the memes he posts about veganism. Also,he likes taking pictures of clouds and weather in general.

Smashwords Interview

How do you discover the ebooks you read?
There are a variety of ways I find the e-books that I read. I would have to say number one comes from the podcasts I listen to. I like podcasts like Last Podcast on the Left, All Things Awful With Adam and Alex, and Liar City. The subjects they cover range from famous frauds to the paranormal to true crime. Often the hosts will quote the books they use for research, so naturally I want to read them and pick out the information the casts did not cover.

Second, sometimes when looking at one e-book, another, better reviewed or more interesting sounding book will pop up. If the feedback on it is generally positive (and the price is right), I'll check it out.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Oh boy. The first serious story I wrote was a science fiction yarn about cyborgs and revenge when I was seventeen. Basically, mad cyborg, who is part of an elite individuality repression force, rebels and kills his creator. Nothing too flashy or original. I had ideas about turning it into a novel, but I never did.
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Where to find Jeremy Seals online

Twitter: @JeremySeals1981


You set the price! Words: 31,270. Language: English. Published: October 10, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General
The language of Anguish is fear. Language spoken in a bloody tongue dripping with terror. Come inside and meet some disturbing new friends in 10 short horror stories. Demons, humanity's violent underbelly, and spirits bid you welcome.

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