Indie Author Spotlight – F.E. Feeley and “Objects in the Rear-View Mirror”

Indie Author Spotlight – F.E. Feeley and “Objects in the Rear-View Mirror”

I’ve got another great indie author for you…meet F.E. Feeley:

F.E. Feeley Jr was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan and lived there for twenty years before joining the military. He is a veteran of the US Armed Services; having done a tour in support of Operation Iraq Freedom in 2002-2003, he turned college student, pursuing a degree in political science. He now lives in Southeast Texas where he is engaged to the love of his life, John, and where they raise their 1½ year old German shepherd, Kaiser.

As a young man, reading took center stage in his life, especially those novels about ghosts, witches, goblins, and all the other things that went bump in the night. His favorite authors include such writers as Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and Anne Rice, whose work allowed him to travel to far off places and meet fascinating and scary characters. As a gay man, he wishes to be able to write good fictional literature for those who love the genre and to write characters that readers can relate to. All in all, he is a cigarette smokin’, whiskey drinkin’, rock and roll lovin’, tattoo wearin’ dreamer of a man with a wonderful partner who puts up with his crap and lets him write his stories.

Follow him at his website, and on Goodreads.

His newest book is “Objects in the Rear-View Mirror”


Memoirs of the Human Wraiths

Their new home on Frederick Street in Clay Center, Kansas, was supposed to give writer Jonathan David and his husband, clinical psychologist Dr. Eddie Dorman, an opportunity to enjoy married life. Jonathan has just released his first major bestseller, and he hopes to finally escape his traumatic past and find the quiet existence he has always craved. Eddie has taken a job at the Kansas State University psychology department, and they intend to begin anew.

They have barely settled in when the nightmare begins. Noises, disembodied voices, and mysterious apparitions make Jonathan’s life hell. Part of the house has decided to bare its teeth, show its jagged edges, and bring back the worst of Jonathan’s past. At first, Eddie cannot perceive the spectral events and fears for his husband’s sanity. When he’s also affected by the haunting, he’s unsure of what to do but refuses to be beaten.

Together, they seek a way to fight the forces trying to tear them apart. The world is a frightening place, but confronting their fears plunges Jonathan and Eddie into absolute horror

You can find it on Amazon along with his other books

And, I’ve got an interview with him, too…


Who is your favorite author?

My favorite author would have to Be Stephen King. He writes in such a way, has such a handle on the human condition, that you can’t help but get swept away by him.

 How do you describe your writing style?

I am a pantser by trade. My adhd is severe enough that I would have a meltdown trying to write out a outline and stick to it.

Use no more than two sentences. Why should we read your book?

I think you should read my books because I think I’m a pretty good author. Even though I write horror, other themes appear underneath the surface and tell an even broader story.

 Have any of your characters been modeled after yourself?

All characters of fiction exist inside the mind of the writer. So it’s only fair to admit that all of them are me in some way or another.

If you could exchange lives with any of your characters for a day which character would you choose and why?

I think I would like to be Francine, the medium that makes appearances throughout the book and who’s story will be played out through the end of this series.

What books have most influenced your life?

Book List: The Stand, The shining, Lightning by Dean Koontz, Watchers by Dean as well, and The Dark Tower series to name a few.

If you could select one book that you could rewrite and add your own unique twist on, which book would that be and why?

A book I could change? That’s hard. Uh…Mrs.Brisby and The Rats of Nihm. Jonathan would have stuck around and been the kids step father.

Beatles or Monkees? Why? 

Beatles…their writing was brilliant. While I never liked the band, I’ve loved the covers over the years.

Who should play you in a film of your life?

Who should play me in a f film of my life…..I would like Giovanni Ribisi to portray me. I think he’d get it.


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