Jonathan Winn


Jonathan Winn is a screenwriter as well as the author of Eidolon Avenue: The First Feast (Crystal Lake Publishing), the full-length novels Martuk … the Holy (A Highlight of the Year, 2012 Papyrus Independent Fiction Awards), Martuk … the Holy: Proseuche (Top Twenty Horror Novels of 2014, Preditors & Editors Readers Poll), the upcoming Martuk … the Holy: Shayateen and The Martuk Series, an ongoing collection of short fiction inspired by Martuk …

His work can also be found in Horror 201: The Silver Scream and Writers on Writing, Vol. 2 as well as his award-winning short story "Forever Dark" in Tales from the Lake, Vol. 2, all from Crystal Lake Publishing.

Smashwords Interview

What are you working on next?
I'm actually finishing up "Martuk ... the Holy: Proseuche", the sequel to "Martuk ... the Holy" which should be published sometime this November (2013). And, I gotta tell you, I got a kick out of writing this because I have planned what's going to happen and where the story's going to go, of course. But with this book, it took me by surprise and threw me into places I never could have imagined. I just hope every book I write from now on does that.
Who are your favorite authors?
I get asked this a lot and, quite honestly, I have to divide them into groups: those I've read for pleasure and those I read now for research. Because when you write about historical places and times, a great deal of what you read will, by necessity, be research. So, I'm really enjoying Reza Aslan and his book "Zealot" about the ministry of Jesus. And I've always enjoyed how Susan Wise Bauer can bring the past to life in her world histories. But for pleasure, I tend to always turn to Anne Rice -- love, love, love "The Witching Hour" -- and Stephen King. I mean, if I'm going to take time out of writing for a bit of reading, might as well turn to The Masters, right?
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Where to find Jonathan Winn online


Martuk ... the Holy: Proseuche
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 76,020. Language: Simple English. Published: July 7, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Occult, Fiction » Horror » Ghost
The immortal Martuk's tale continues as he battles demons and endures betrayal surrounded by the religious chaos and pagan magic of ancient Antioch.

Jonathan Winn's tag cloud

creepy    demons    ghost    horror    magic    martuk    pagan    scary