Monica wakes. It’s cold, damp. She feels confined…trapped…alone, and doesn’t know where she is or how she got there. Then panic sets in…clawing, feeling the dirt falling onto her face, Monica realizes she’s been buried alive. Escape may not be easy, it may not even be possible. She tries to remember what happened, how she became trapped inside this box, who it was that did this to her, and then the truth becomes crystal clear. Soon they will learn, when you kill someone, you better make sure they’re actually dead.
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Jeremy Simons lives with his wife and three young daughters in Grayson, Louisiana. He writes constantly in his spare time. His dream is to someday be able to write full-time.
Jeremy has had stories appear with Carnage Conservatory Aphelion, Psychopomp, Voices from a Coma, The Horror Zine, Hellfire Crossroads Volume 4, Deathlehem Revisited, Short-Story.Me, Massacre Magazine, and three separate anthologies from Horrified Press (October’s End, the X3 Anthology, and Midnight Ghosts). His novella (Buried Alive) and debut novel (Untold Tale) are both under contract with Celestial Waters Publishing and are available on Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and Books-A-Million.
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Question one: Tell us a little about yourself.
Answer one: My name is Jeremy Simons. I live in Grayson, Louisiana, with my wife and three daughters. I’m a horror/suspense author with Twilight Terror Press, a subdivision of Celestial Waters Publishing.
Question two: How long have you been writing?
Answer two: I’ve written on and off since I was a kid but only recently had any interest in pursuing getting my works published.
Question three: Why do you write?
Answer three: I write because I need to. New ideas come to me on almost a daily basis, and I feel it’s my duty to tell everyone those stories.
Question four: Who’s your biggest inspirations?
Answer four: Writing-wise, my biggest inspiration will always be Stephen King. Another would be R. L. Stine; I still have all of the original Goosebumps series tucked away (but don’t tell anybody, HaHa). But in life, I’m inspired by anyone who is just willing to recognize their dreams, work at them, and do what is necessary to achieve them.
Question five: What’s your favorite thing about writing?
Answer five: Just being myself in a world I know nothing about. Escaping reality. Exploring new worlds. Being able to discover all of these characters and situations without having to worry about political correctness or offending anyone or pissing anyone off.
Guest post with Jeremy Simons
I loved writing this book for several different reasons. For one, it’s loosely based on true events; it was fun to take something real and embellish it while keeping it an empowering story. Starting it was difficult, but it was interesting to try and pour my own emotion—my own fears and reservations—into trying to climb out of a grave.
This was also the first time I’ve ever really led with a female character, and going from victim to assailant is no easy feat. I only hope I did it justice.
Top ten favorites
Favorite Book: probably It by Stephen King.
Favorite Movie: Maximum Overdrive
Favorite Band: Metallica
Favorite Song: I don’t know about of all time but right now is probably Jekyll and Hyde by Five Finger Death Punch
Favorite Food: Cookies-n-cream ice-cream
Favorite Saying: “Don’t take life too seriously…you’ll never get out alive.”
Favorite Author: Stephen King
Favorite Hobby: Writing of course, but a close second would be playing basketball
Favorite Sport: Basketball