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Shaun Hupp lives in Michigan with his wife, two kids, and dog. While he mainly writes in the horror genre, he also dabbles in the supernatural and comedy. When he’s not writing, he wears t-shirts of sports teams he could care less about. He also needs to take the trash out.

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What is your name, and age?


Shaun Hupp real age: 32

How I act: Somewhere between 8 and 12


How many books have you written or have been part of?


Tough question for me. I’m mainly a short story to novelette writer so a lot of my stuff is available separately or put together in collections or in serial format or short stories published together so that they form an interconnected novel. Confused?…

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The Start of Something BIG

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Seven years…The Jackal terrorized America.
Seven years…America waited for his execution.
Seven years…The Jackal returned for revenge.

Psychologist Mason Arnold & Detective Paul Snider’s lives were ruined by The Jackal.
They thought it was over but…
The body count is rising once again.


Every author keeps saying the same thing. Readers don’t trust newbie writers, especially when it comes to big novels. I started ‘The Jackal’ ten years ago and it currently sits around 300 pages. Could I sell it as my first novel? Of course. Would it be smart? I’m not sure.

That’s why I decided to try it as an ebook serial. I’ve seen other authors do it with some success. With the invention of Kindle Unlimited, there’s the possibly of making $10 for all 6 parts vs. $2-4 for a pricey novel. I think I’ve got enough cliffhanger chapters to market this giant novel as a serial. This will be my first attempt at a serial and hopefully, it turns out well.

The other thing I have to consider is that some people do NOT like cliffhangers. My novelette Last Words is a bit of a cliffhanger and some people were not happy. I’ve actually seen an Amazon reviewer give a serial one star and say, “I will continue to give authors that write serials like this one star reviews until they stop. Give us the whole book.” For those people, after all six parts are published, I plan to put them all together in an Omnibus. I try to please everybody, but I know that isn’t possible. All I can do is…Keep writing.


Currently Available from Shaun Hupp


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Gwen and Hank are celebrating their one year anniversary, but little do they know,
Someone is watching them………

Someone has been looking for a couple like them for a long time…….

Someone wants to know all their darkest secrets…….

Someone won’t give them a chance to say no…….

Suddenly, a night of romantic bliss is turned into sheer terror, because
Someone has some questions for the happy couple………..

You, the reader, should feel lucky.
You only need to answer one question.
Who will make it out alive?

Last Words is the debut novelette from author Shaun Hupp. It’s a psychological thriller that contains blood, gore, and everything that makes for a great horror story.


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Why won’t anyone believe me?

Dustin knows there’s something in the basement. He’s heard the growling from the laundry chute for days. If he wants his parents to believe him, he’s going to need proof. And to get that, he’s going to have to go down there with….

The Worst Kind of Monster

From the author of the Novelette, Last Words, Shaun Hupp puts the reader behind the eyes of a child and brings them face-to-face with a monster. This story is not for the weak at heart. It contains disturbing scenes with gore.


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Jon’s Cabin is the heartwarming tale of a father dealing with the loss of his wife to cancer. At the same time, he struggles to connect to his Autistic son, Jon. Will returning to the family cabin help this two find what they need?

This story won 1st place in a writing contest for short stories based on weather.