Interview with dark fiction author Michael Phillip Cash

fiction author Michael Phillip
joins me today to talk about his newest ghost, haunted house novel, The Flip.

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Phillip Cash is an award winning and best-selling author of horror, paranormal,
and science fiction novels.
written ten books, including the best-selling Brood X, Stillwell, The
, The After House, The Hanging Tree, Witches Protection Program, Pokergeist, The History Major and the Battle for Darracia series. Michael’s
books are on the Amazon best-seller list and have also won numerous awards.
Additionally, he is a screenwriter with 14 specs under his belt. Michael
resides on the North Shore of Long Island with his wife and children.
A Haunting on Long Island
, The Hanging Tree, and Schism: The Battle for
 have all been named to Foreward Reviews Book of the Year Awards. His
newest book, The History Major, has been taking readers and reviewers by

Welcome, Michael. Please share a little
bit about The Flip.
Julie and Brad Evans are house
flippers. They buy low, clean out the old occupants junk, and try to make a
profit. Enter Hemmings House on Bedlam Street in scenic Cold Spring Harbor,
Long Island. Too good a deal to pass up, but with an ominous secret. The old
Victorian Mansion has dwellers that do not want to be dispossessed. As the
house reveals its past, will the couple’s marriage survive The Flip?

What inspired you to write this book?
I was inspired
by the idea of what impact we have in creating our destiny.

Excerpt from The Flip:
Julie started demolition on a bathroom in one of the many
bedrooms. She needed to lose herself in some work. She was losing her mind.
Images of last night with her husband played like a movie in her head. The
bodies were familiar, yet at the same time, they were not. The whole episode
had a dreamlike quality, and for now, Julie wasn’t sure what part of what they
had done was real or from her imagination. It was better to keep busy, think
about things to keep her occupied, so her head wouldn’t explode.

She trudged upstairs and started working in the first of the
guest bedrooms. It was an en suite, perfect for a bed-and breakfast. Why
couldn’t Brad see that? she wondered. She lifted out the toilet, carefully
pulled a rusty medicine cabinet from the wall, and started chopping at tiles on
the floor, both of her tiny hands whacking away with a giant mallet. They had
decided that nothing was salvageable in this bath. She dragged the fixtures out
of the small bathroom to a cleared corner in the bedroom. It was hot. Sweat
trickled down her back. She was wearing an oversized T-shirt and yoga pants
from Target. She fanned herself, smiling when she thought of the pretty ladies’
fan in her makeshift bedroom. Julie went to the window. The trees surrounding
the house were painted amber, red, and yellow. A breeze ruffled the branches,
and Julie wanted to air out the stuffy room.

What exciting story are you working on

Right now I’m working on the idea of super powers. Are they inborn and not
developed or are they just a myth?

When did you first consider yourself a

I’ve been
writing (albeit poorly) since I was 15 years old. It wasn’t until 10 years ago
that I started self-publishing my own work and became an author. I will be publishing
all new work under my real name Michael Okon.

Do you write full-time? If so, what’s
your work day like? If not, what do you do other than write and how do you find
time to write?

Yes, my day
begins with research and development on the subject I’m working on. I research
and plot out my character arcs. After my wife and kids go to sleep I write till
midnight, every day.

What would you say is your interesting
writing quirk?

TV must be
on mute in the background. Either on Food Network, Travel Channel or a movie I

As a child, what did you want to be when
you grew up?

A movie
director. The dream never died.

Anything additional you want to share
with the readers?

My book Monsterland was just picked up in a two-book
publishing deal that will be out late 2017.


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