"Horror and thriller fans that pick up this book will have to ready themselves for an experience that will affect them mentally and physically ... put Housebroken on the list of must-read horror novels." - Horror Palace
"This book was terrifying ... an emotionally brutal read from beginning to end. Highly recommended!" - Horror After Dark
"Fast-paced and relentless ... Housebroken is a read not to miss." - HellNotes
"I loved this read and it's exactly what I've been looking for in the horror genre!" - Reading Raven
"A horrifying home invasion tale with plenty of twists that keeps you guessing until the end. Recommended for horror fans!" - Book Wizard
"The Behrg is an amazing writer and refreshing in this era of regurgitated literature. He can repel you one moment but suck you back in without a thought. His writing is intense and slightly traumatizing at times, and pulls you into the drama no matter how much you resist. This is a writer that you need to be acquainted with ASAP." - Horror Talk
From the Author
A Brief Q&A With the Author
Kindle Scout Team: When did you decide to become a writer?
The Behrg: My decision to be a writer was made in the 4th grade thanks to an encouraging teacher. Having been in the film industry for years I gravitated towards screenwriting, however it wasn't until I began my first horror novel that I discovered my true passion.
Kindle Scout Team: What is the inspiration for the story?
The Behrg: The idea for this horror story came from a door to door salesman bugging me at home. I suddenly thought, what if he had ulterior motives than the weak sales pitch he delivered? I couldn't sleep that night, my head overflowing with ideas. The next day I began writing.
Kindle Scout Team: What did you learn while writing this book?
The Behrg: I learned that to be a writer you have to write, it's that simple. The blinking cursor is your friend, an open invitation to worlds without end. I also learned that writer's block is a sign that you're forcing the plot or your characters. It helped me turn my work into something that's hopefully much greater.