Ahead of the release of CHUMP, my zombie collection, I wanted to allow one of the stories to escape into the wild, so people can have a bit of a read of something new. So, I released 28 SECONDS LATER, as a Kindle only short story, which you can bag on Amazon. Not content with it being in readable format, the excellent Chris Barnes has also narrated it, forming my first ever audiobook. You can pick that up through the link below. It’s come out really well, and it has been cool to see how this new side of content creation is handled. Whilst I won’t be doing all of my releases in this format, I will, when I think it will work.
It is, with a degree of regret, that I have left The Sinister Horror Company, with immediate effect. The reasons why are numerous, and nothing I wish to go into, but rest assured that I will be continuing. The eagle-eyed amongst you will have seen that the words, ‘An EyeCue Production’, has adorned all of my books, since I started two years ago. This decision means that I can now turn EyeCue into its own thing, and that I’m my own boss. Which could spell disaster for me 🙂
More information on this decision is below. In essence, nothing has changed, I’m still writing, still putting out weird things in the future, the only differences are some cosmetic differences on my existing books, check out the Shop page for examples.
Hello! Few things to shout about, first up, CHUMP, a collection of eight unpublished stories on the undead, is being released on 12 November, at the Festival of Zombie Culture. I’ve tried to chuck in some different takes on zombies with these, a mix of different styles…all will be revealed soon enough. Second, I’ve had a couple of short story acceptances, one is under wraps for now, the other though, is LIVE TO SERVE, which will be appearing in one of the volumes of UNLEASED: MONSTERS v ZOMBIES, which is being published by Stitched Smile. Third…I’ll save that for later this week.
Keep rocking the free world.
It’s here at last, the release day for my epic horror novel, Hexagram. You can get it on Kindle via the links below, or through my shop right HERE. Early reviews have been pretty positive, and I’m just glad that it is finally released into the wild. I’ve got a few (read: a lot) of stuff on the go, most of which involves zombies, so am retiring back to the man cave to get cracking. I doubt there will be any further releases this year, maybe some undead stuff to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the Festival of Zombie Culture in November. We shall see…so until next time folks.
Chris Hall over at DLS Reviews is the first to publish a review on my upcoming horror novel, HEXAGRAM. Some rather smashing things in it too:
“First and foremost you get something that feels fresh, original and wonderfully imagined. Trust me, there’s absolutely no time for the story to even hint at getting stagnant.”
It’s available for pre-order on Amazon now:
It’s Bank Holiday Monday, and my new book, sci-fi/horror novella, Prime Directive has been released into the world. It’s only little, and defenceless, so if you see it out there, be kind to it, give it some warm milk and a biscuit. You can buy it on Amazon through the links below, or if you want a signed physical copy, it is available in my shoppy shop. There are a couple of reviews out on it too, links, also below.
Confessions of a Reviewer – http://confessionsofareviewer.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/review-duncan-p-bradshaw-prime-directive.html
2 Book Lovers Reviews – http://www.2bookloversreviews.com/prime-directive.html
The physical proof of Prime Directive has been edited and approved, meaning that both versions are now up for pre-order on Amazon. The links are:
After re-writing a few chapters, which felt a bit flat, and devoid of purpose, I think it now is what I was after first off. It’s got a bit of mystery in there, a bit of adventure, and a touch of gore, obviously.
It is released on Monday 30 May 2016.
The hardest thing I’ve had to write, just as it was pretty alien to me, my debut bizarro novella, Celebrity Culture, is released today. I’m happy with how it turned out, and though I’m never going to be a constant writer in that genre, I will be writing new stories in the future. Pick it up through my SHOP or:
New blog post! Wooo, etc.