Armand Rosamilia Interview: “I’m pretty shallow when it comes to zombies”

Armand Rosamilia Interview!

The Dorset Book Detective

armanddrawing1Horror writer Armand Rosamilia talks me through his work, the books he reads and how they impact on his work.

Tell me about how you came to define your writing style. What drew you towards darker fiction?

Reading Dean Koontz books at twelve and then reading everything considered horror I could get my hands on. Luckily my mother is an avid reader and started giving me books she’d read and thought I’d like. She still does it today.

What is your career background and how did you get into writing full time?

I have had many cool jobs over the years: I booked heavy metal bands, booked a club in Asbury Park NJ, worked for a music management company, was the owner of a horror/music zine for a number of years- but those never paid the bills. Unfortunately, I was in retail management for 25+ years, which sucks the life…

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Books and Such

bmrToday we welcome Bad Moon Rising alumnus, Armand Rosamilia and his book, DyingDays 6!  I’ve always had a special place in my heart for zombies.

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Continuing the Dying Days zombie series!

Darlene Bobich, the Zombie Killer, is on a mission to save her family. Can she succeed, even as more obstacles are thrown in her way: survivors bent on their own selfish needs, evolving zombies and the rotting world around her?

Dying Days are truly upon us…

What’s the first story you ever wrote?

Wow. That was when I was about twelve, so about thirty-five years ago. I can tell you the first published story I ever wrote. It was called “Beastie” and I was eighteen when it was published. I included it in my Skulls And Bones collection. The original version, which makes me cringe when I read it. But on the flip side I’m damn proud of it, too.

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