Justin Holley - supernatural horror carved with a spiritual blade



I love to write, nearly as much as I enjoy breathing, but writing about me seems dull and uninteresting. Writing fiction, especially scary stuff, has proven to be quite the opposite. If I must, however, some of the things, besides my writing, which you might find interesting, are as follows:

I investigate the paranormal with a TAPS family group, often working in the capacity of case manager. We help families and individuals plagued by things not readily explained. It's rewarding. You can learn more about that here: www.minnesotaghosts.com.

I am a volleyball enthusiast, which means I play two nights a week at a fairly competitive level. I'm not a huge hitter, although I hold my own, but rather a well-rounded player who can dig, cover, set, and spike with equal enthusiasm. I'm fast and it helps.

I enjoy hunting things I like to eat. But I don't enjoy taking the life of an animal I don't like to eat, no matter how annoying the animal may be. If I kill it, I eat it--period. I also believe there's much room for discussion in regards to gun control. We need to do better at making sure our firearms never harm a human being. Safety first.

My tagline states: "Supernatural Horror Carved With A Spiritual Blade." People have asked me what this means. This means I write, mostly, about dark supernatural entities. Sometimes these entities exist in a Judeo-Christian perspective, other times not. Very rarely does my writing reflect my own personal beliefs, which are my business. Although I respect your beliefs, I'm not concerned about them, and I expect you not to be concerned about mine. That's just my preference, thanks.

If you're interested in my politics, I'll leave you with this: I love my wife and family, my fans, and most all reasonable people. I dislike unreasonable people. I'm a fiscal conservative, but a social liberal. Basically, if you can support your own lifestyle for the most part and aren't hurting anyone else, then knock yourself out. Some will appreciate this point of view, some may not. But I will end this by saying there's no room in my life for mean people. The world is a diverse place, and that's what makes the human race great. In other words, don't be a jerk, and we'll get along just fine. I might even buy you a beer at a conference, or let you buy me one, who knows?

So, that's a little about me. Feel free to e-mail and introduce yourself. All correspondence is welcome.




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