Thursday, June 25, 2015

Hollywood’s Number One Horror Film Ghostwriter Announces Release Date for Debut Novel

Last September, “The Queen of Horror” Mylo Carbia came to our show and told us about growing up in a haunted home, as well as plans for an upcoming book.

Today her team is giving us the exclusive scoop: “The Raping of Ava DeSantis” will be in bookstores worldwide on October 13, 2015.

American screenwriter turned author Mylo Carbia spent her childhood years writing to escape the horrors of growing up in a haunted house. Her very first screenplay was optioned only 28 days after completion, earning Mylo a "three picture deal" and the cover of Hollywood Scriptwriter in 2003.

Soon after moving to Hollywood, Carbia landed a deal to ghostwrite numerous horror film projects under her production company Zohar Films, quickly earning the reputation of being tinsel town’s number one horror film ghostwriter.

After 13 years in film, Carbia announced plans last September to leave ghostwriting for good and write a series of five horror novels under her own name. The first novel in that series – “The Raping of Ava DeSantis” is due out in bookstores worldwide on October 13, 2015.

Although the storyline (and publisher’s name) are still under wraps, sources close to Carbia say that early buzz from horror fans across the globe (including Mylo’s 50,000 followers on Twitter) are anticipating this book will be a huge success.

But the controversy surrounding the book has already made woman’s rights groups take notice.

“We are confident that males and females alike will enjoy this classic revenge horror story. Although the rape is the catalyst of the story, the novel is really about a complicated web of lies created in the aftermath of the event. But it’s the way Carbia weaves this horror tale is what makes this book truly shine,” said Lilly Ellison, publicist at Ellison PR. “It’s like nothing else out there, so we look forward to having the public be the ultimate judge when the book comes out this Fall.”

Carbia is ready for the challenge. Spending 13 years un-credited in Hollywood could not have been easy. One big name producer who worked with Carbia on various film projects describ
ed her writing as “Quentin Tarantino meets Stephen King” so we’re definitely looking forward to reviewing her first book.

In fact, we think she might even be Horror's Next New York Times Best Seller so stay tuned!

For more information about Carbia and her work, please visit or read about her on Wikipedia

And be sure to follow her:

Twitter @MyloCarbia
Facebook /AuthorMyloCarbia

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