Re-release date 10/25/16
Number of pages: 265
Word Count: 41,200 words
Cover Artist: Artrocity
Haven of Evil, a book of supernatural terror, contains bone-chilling terror that is unleashed on an unsuspecting couple who moves into their new home after a flood had destroyed the old one.
When Kevin and Sandra Wilson’s home and personal possessions were destroyed by flood waters, the couple relocated to a town called Havenville. Things started out rough when they avoided hitting a mysterious woman on the road. Later Kevin was attacked by hawks in a cemetery where a stranger rescued him. Kevin and the stranger become fast friends, but later the stranger wasn't who he had appeared to be.
After some tragic and terrifying events Sandra goes into a murderous rage not long after Kevin finds out about an evil that dwelled inside their house--an evil that will change their lives forever.
In this tale of horror, some will live and others will not.
Book Trailer: https://youtu.be/QZ_pTAvuVKo
Melvin Rivers was born in the town of Luxora, Arkansas, and grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. He received a degree in Journalism from the University of Iowa. He lives in Cedar Rapids Iowa with his wife, dog and two cats. When he is not writing or surfing the web, he enjoys having a hot bowl of popcorn while watching his favorite horror flick on TV.
Believe it or not, I get my ideas at night while lying in bed. My imagination really gets working when everything is silent.
2. Do you have a dream cast for your book?
Yes. Morgan Freeman, Brad Pitt, and Halle Berry.
3. How do you handle writer’s block?
I take a break for a while, go for a walk or perform household chores. About an hour afterwards, I place myself in front of the keyboard and start back writing.
4. What inspired you to write this book?
I have always been a fan of horror movies and the book counterparts of the Shinning, the Exorcist, and Amityville Horror. “Haven of Evil” has elements of all three.
5.What’s the hardest part of being an author?
The rewrites. Sometimes it takes five or more rewrites to get the final product. Once the final product is finished, you send it to the editor, and guess what? More rewrites.