Creature Feature Blog Tour
Coming out September 21, 2020 with Magpie Press, Creature Feature by the award-winning Amazon bestselling author, Steven Paul Leiva, is a horror comedy with just enough political satire to keep from recommending it to Uncle Bob at next Thanksgiving--or do, because what's a family gathering without some conflict? Fill out the form below to take part in the blog tour for this self-proclaimed "horrid comedy."
About the Book:
It is 1962. Kathy Anderson, a serious actress who took her training at the Actors
Studio in New York, is stuck playing Vivacia, the Vampire Woman on Vivacia’s
House of Horrors for a local Chicago TV station.
Finally fed up showing old monster movies to creature feature fans, she quits and
heads to New York and the fame and footlights of Broadway.
She stops off to visit her parents and old friends in Placidville, the all-Ameican,
middle-class, blissfully normal Midwest small town she grew up in.
But she finds things are strange in Placidville.
Kathy’s parents, her best friend from high school, the local druggist, even the
Oberhausen twins are all acting curiously creepy, odiously odd, and wholly weird.
Especially the town’s super geeky nerd, Gerald, who warns of dark days ahead.
Has Kathy entered a zone in the twilight? Did she reach the limits that are outer?
Has she fallen through a mirror that is black? Or is it just—just—politics as usual!
Advanced Praise for "Creature Feature":
“VIVA, Vivacia! CREATURE FEATURE is a treat for everyone who grew up watching vintage sci-if and monster movies on late-night TV, presented by your favorite local horror host. This book tickled my funny bone while gnawing on it with razor-sharp fangs. As the Vampire Queen might say, it’s ghoul-tastic!” -- Greg Cox, New York Times Bestselling author
“CREATURE FEATURE is a weird, funny, twisty romp through the creepier parts of the American landscape. Highly entertaining and highly recommended.”— Jonathan Maberry, NY Times bestselling author of ROT & RUIN and V-WARS
About the Author:
A refugee from the silly fields of Hollywood where he cavorted with such
luminaries as Bugs Bunny and Betty Boop (although the latter was but a brief
affair), Steven Paul Leiva has authored six novels and one novella since 2003. His
work has been praised by literary great Ray Bradbury, Oscar-winning film
producer Richard Zanuck, NY Times bestselling author Diane Ackerman, and Star
Trek actor John Billingsley. He has received the Scribe Award from the
International Association of Media Tie-in Writers. A traveler among several
genres, his books include his witty Hollywood thrillers, BLOOD IS PRETTY and
HOLLYWOOD IS AN ALL-VOLUNTEER ARMY, his novelization of the indie
family film, THE 12 DOGS OF CHRISTMAS, his Sci-Fi satire of First Contact
told from the point-of-view of the aliens, TRAVELING IN SPACE, his comic look
at happy-ever-afters, BY THE SEA, his surreal political fantasia, IMP, and his
bizarre, possibly audacious, somewhat Sci-Fi novella, MADE ON THE MOON.
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