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Author . Poet . Horror Writer . Authorpreneur 

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                                        About Me

Justin Bienvenue

Author, Poet, Horror Writer

Justin Bienvenue is an author and poet. As a young boy he was always told by friends and family that he had quite a vivid imagination and if only he could write down on paper what he could create in his mind. However despite being told he had a knack for being creative, he didn't pursue writing right away. It wasn't until his freshman year of high school that he began writing poetry. It was after this that he found a passion for writing.


He became a frequent writer of poetry and later took a course in creative writing. In 2010, he decided he wanted the public to enjoy his poetry so he decided to write his first book, The Macabre Masterpiece: Poems of Horror and Gore. The idea for a book of horror poetry came after seeing that he had compiled a decent amount of horror poems and horror was his preferred genre. From there he wrote a few dozen more and his first book was born. He has since started writing short stories, continues to write poetry and has written four more books. His second book, A Bloody Bloody Mess in the Wild Wild West is a western horror and was published in 2014 and he followed that up with another book of poetry on the contemporary side with Like A Box of Chocolates. He enjoys writing in different genres other than horror such as weird westerns and crime thrillers. His books take a reader on an entertaining journey and leave them in suspense wondering what will happen next and wanting more. Aside from his  five published works he also has several short stories and poems which have been published in anthologies and magazines. He is currently working on his sixth novel, The Wax Factory and will have 6 more small works of short stories and poems published in anthologies. 


He is a bit of a Twitterholic and can usually be found on there most of the time. He also has a series of blogs on Goodreads and Pinterest called Hundred Year Old Horror. He writes pieces and analyzes works from hundreds of years ago and connects them to the present. He also has several series of short stories and poems which can be found on Wattpad and Channillo.


When he's not writing away he's a sports fan and enjoys Football and Baseball and is a fan of the New England Patriots and the Boston Red Sox. His interests also include History, Egyptology, Ufology, Piracy, The Wild West, Civil War History, The Bermuda Triangle and listening to music. 


Want to know more about Justin or be entertained by his works? Check out his page on Amazon.

                              Media Kit

 Justin Bienvenue is an indie author and poet. He is diverse in many different genres but mainly writes horror and poetry. He has a writing background in Creative Writing and has been writing professionally since 2010.


He is the author of the horror book, The Macabre Masterpiece: Poems of Horror and Gore, a two-time most downloaded book on Amazon for Contemporary Poetry. He is also the author of the western horror, A Bloody Bloody Mess in the Wild Wild West, crime thriller Opium Warfare (as well as two other poetry books, Like A Box of Chocolates and The Macabre Masterpiece: Repressed Carnage). When he's not writing novels he writes poetry, short stories as well as drabbles(100 word stories). He enjoys  history, sports and reading up on things of the mysterious, unknown and unexplained.


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                                          Why I Write

So one day while sitting at my computer thinking of what I wanted to do with my life I compiled a list of things to get done. One of these ideas on the list was writing a book, it was last one the list cause it was at the time the most unlikely thing to get done. The other four things on the list included basic things such as become more social, get a girlfriend, get a job and learn to drive. After I didn't get the four four things done I thought I'd take a shot at the last idea on the list. So I sat down and began thinking of what I wanted to write about. I knew it would be poetry so I went through my folder of poems and decided horror poetry would become my first book. I brought together all my horror poems and then found myself writing more then I thought why not make that book, so after putting the basics together I sat down and started writing. After one week and 35 new poems later I added them to go with the 15 I already had I was ready to put the book together. Then came the many processes, editing, organizing, researching, all things that needed to be done to make this book a reality.


None of this was easy as one may imagine, there was always something in the way but nonetheless I got over it and kept on going. After categorizing, editing, and putting it all together I sent it to a publishing company where they agreed to publish it. Then of course the waiting process happened but I did not wait long. After a few months they told me it was all set and I just needed to go over it.  Corrections and making sure it was just right took a bit of time but after that the idea that I thought least of doing became a reality. When my book was published and I was one happy person. I've since had issues with that company but got out of it and decided to become a self-published author. I write because I'm good at it, I write because I have ideas that flow through my brain like nothing else and most of all I write because it's a part of me and I enjoy it..

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