Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Jewish mysticism with Southern Gothic Combine in Best Selling Paranormal Novel

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting magical fantasy author J.D. Horn on January 23, 2014 at 1 pm eastern. We will be talking about how the paranormal experiences in his life influences his writing as well as combined Jewish mysticism with Southern Gothic in his novel In the Line.
J. D. Horn was raised in rural Tennessee, and has since carried a bit of its red clay in him while travelling the world, from Hollywood, to Paris, to Tokyo. He studied comparative literature as an undergrad, focusing on French and Russian in particular. He also holds an MBA in international business and worked as a financial analyst before becoming a novelist. When not writing he is likely running, and he has race bibs from two full marathons and about thirty half marathons. He and his spouse, Rich, and their three pets split their time between Portland, Oregon and San Francisco. 

The Line by J. D. Horn. In advance of its release on February 1, the book has already become a best seller on Amazon.* The Line, an urban fantasy set in Savannah, Georgia, is the first book of the Witching Savannah series. In his debut as an author, Horn powerfully portrays the Hoodoo underbelly of this genteel and charming small city. Please consider interviewing J. D. for your podcast "Until You Walk the Path." I would be pleased to send you a review copy.

Recalling the otherwordly drama of Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse, The Line is centered on Mercy Taylor, young scion to the most powerful witch family of the south, who has grown up in the shadow of her talented and charismatic twin sister, because unfortunately, she was born without the gift of magic. Mercy has always thought herself content. But when a series of mishaps -- culminating in the death of the Taylor matriarch -- leaves a vacuum in the mystical underpinnings of Savannah, she finds herself thrust into a mystery that could shake her family apart, and unleash a darkness the line of Taylor witches has been keeping at bay for generations.

In this riveting contemporary fantasy, Horn delivers the full betrayal, blood, and familial discord of the best of Southern gothic.

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Tune into on January 23 ,2014 at 1 pm eastern to to learn how J.D. Horn intertwined his magical world within the modern day. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at

"JD Horn weaves an intricate, gripping tale of magic and mysticism with the assured grace and lyricism of a seasoned novelist. "
-- Kathryn Leigh Scott, author of Dark Passages, Dark Shadows: Return to Collinwood and Down and Out in Beverly Heels, and star of the classic TV series "Dark Shadows."

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