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Michelle Muto

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Writer of urban fantasy, the paranormal, and all things eerie and curious. Lover of scary books and funny movies, sports cars, chocolate, and changes of season. Owned by two incredible dogs and an iMac. Author, wife, sister, freelance tech writer, and IT geek.

Author of the bestselling novel The Haunting Season, The Book of Lost Souls, Don't Fear the Reaper, Nature's Fifth Season Of Shadow & Stone, and Diary of the Damned.
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The 2019 Atlanta Writing Workshop

I rarely make appearances, but I’ll be an instructor at the 2019 Atlanta Writer’s Workshop on March 9th.


I’m teaching Writing Other Worlds — a Guide to Blending Setting, Plot, and Character in Science Fiction and Fantasy.


Aside from teaching, I’ll be doing 10-page critiques and offering one-on-one in-depth critiques for attendees. Space for critiques is limited, so if you’re going, be sure to sec...

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“This mission was about as stealthy as Godzilla at a petting zoo.”
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“EPAC isn’t the only one who needs our abilities. Siler House wants it, too. Dr. Brandt and EPAC haven’t figured that out. Yet. But they will. When Siler House takes us, it’ll take us all. The demons said so.” Bryan knelt next to her. “You said they weren’t with you anymore. You said—” “I told the truth,” Allison interrupted. “The demons told me before I came here. They told me they’d be back. They said they’d come and take the others, too.”
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message 34: by P.J.

P.J. Kelley Hi Michelle,

I wrote a new book, and whatever you could do to help me would be greatly appreciated. I do think you might enjoy the book, and this is a very rare promotion from me.

I am sending this message to all my goodreads friends.

My new book is free tomorrow on Amazon (5/9/2015).

If you miss the free day, email me and I will send in any format.

You would be doing me a huge favor if you downloaded it and helped send it to the top of the free list for the day.

As an Indie writer, this is the best form of promotion I have.

The book is short, but it took me a couple of years to write, believe it or not, so I do not consider this request spam. I don't like everything I write, but I like this book, so am making this extra effort to promote it.

Also, if you do read the book, provide some honest input (I can take it) and pass the link along to your friends if you are willing.

Free 5-9-2015
Just published won't be free again.

Quick and the Grateful Undead by P.J. Kelley

http://www.amazon.com/Quick-Grateful-...


message 32: by Nicole

Nicole Sanglay Thanks for adding me! <3


message 31: by Marie

Marie Evans Thanks for the friend request :)


message 30: by Kim

Kim Falconer Thanks for the friendship. I've put DFTR on my tbr list!


message 29: by Erin

Erin Dameron-Hill Thanks for the friendship!


message 28: by Graeme

Graeme Stokes Hi Michelle, Thank you for your kind friendship.


Collette Scott Hello Michelle,

Thanks so much! It's nice to connect here :D


message 26: by Rute

Rute Canhoto Thanks for adding me. I already heard about your book "Don't fear the reaper". I'd love to read it one day =)


message 25: by K.E.

K.E. Saxon Thanks for the friendship, Michelle!


Patricia Puddle Hi, Michelle. I's nice to have the first email of the morning as a friends request. Thanks for adding me. :)


message 23: by Fred

Fred Thanks! I am in the in crowd now! Woo Hoo!


message 22: by Maureen

Maureen Mullis Hi Michelle, nice to meet you! Thank you for adding this fellow author to your circle of friends here. I hope you'll add my books What Would Nancy Do?, In the Company of Women, The Christmas to Remember and Finding Normal to your to-read list. I look forward to reading your reviews and recommendations!


message 21: by Sansia

Sansia hello, Michelle. thank you for adding me as your friend (:


Tanja (Tanychy) St. Delphi/James Hello Michelle. Thank you for friend request. I'm also looking forward reading your book.


Natshane Hi Michelle! Thank you for the friend add! Looking forward to see your books in the stores!


message 18: by Jill

Jill Thanks for your friendship, Michelle. Lovely to connect here on Goodreads.


Shelley (Bella) Hi Michelle,

Thank you for the friend-vite! Ivy sounds so interesting. I look forward to reading her story.

~Shelley


Savannah Michelle, thank you for the friendship..


message 15: by Darren

Darren Hi Michelle, thanks for the accept. I'm a new author letting people know about my poetry website, http://www.theskyinsideyou.com feel free to stop by sometime. Best, Marco


message 14: by Daniel

Daniel Zazitski Thanks for sending me a friend request here on goodreads. check out my books if interested and recoomend them to people who you know that reads sci-fi, thanks.


message 13: by Bridget

Bridget Bowers Hey, Michelle!

Thanks for the friend request.


message 12: by Zia

Zia Marie Hi Michelle,

Nice to meet you! Thanks for friending! =)


message 11: by Shanna

Shanna Thanks for the add!


Harlequin Books Hello Michelle Muto, it is a delight to meet you.


Jillian Peery Thanks for the add, Michelle!


message 8: by Jenna

Jenna thanks for friending! :)


message 7: by P.T.

P.T. Michelle Hi Michelle,

Thanks for the friendship! :)

P.T.


Michelle Muto Jayde wrote: "Thank you so much for adding me, Michelle. It's such a pleasure to meet a fellow indie writer. Best, Jayde"

We're all in this together. There are so many talented indies!


message 5: by Jayde

Jayde Scott Thank you so much for adding me, Michelle. It's such a pleasure to meet a fellow indie writer. Best, Jayde


Michelle Muto Sangria3 wrote: "OMG! I just saw the trailer to find out what a Beezlepup is and the music totally caught me off guard! I expected to see something sinister then crack up when I see a handsome pup as the main attra..."

Actually, there is a picture of my Tasha Belle, along with the story of how she came to us on my blog. It was around February 21st. It's called Thief of Hearts Here's the link if you're interested. http://michellemuto.wordpress.com/201...


Michelle Muto I have two dogs. Tasha Belle, a solid white 11+ yr old Akita, and Ronan Calvin (as in Hobbs), a 4+ yr old Shikoku (Japanese wolfdog).

Tasha is an angel. Sweet as sugar from heaven. I rescued her from a pound at the eleventh hour when she was about a year old.

Ronan is a snuggler, but he's also, well... Calvin. LOL! He's what I've dubbed a Beezlepup.


Michelle Muto Sangria3 wrote: "Thanks for your friendship, Michelle! :D
I can't wait to read your book!"



P.S. I love the pic of your dog. I'm a real dog fanatic.


Michelle Muto Sangria3 wrote: "Thanks for your friendship, Michelle! :D
I can't wait to read your book!"


The pleasure is all mine! It's good to have friends. And thank so much for reading, too!


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