A year ago, when I was trying to find websites to review Class Three, I found the Ginger Nuts of Horror. However, the thought of sending it to them scared the crap out of me. Roll on to a year later, Class Four: Those Who Survive is out, did I hesitate? For a week or two, here’s what they thought of it:
Well Nev Murray followed up the excellent Class Three review with this…two from two, well made up with it, have a read right here:
I sent Nev Murray both of my books to read and review, being a good egg he devoured both in under a week and typed up his thoughts. First off, Class Three.
Have to say that this review is one of my favourite of all time, have a read right here
You may think all of the focus is on Class Four: TWS, well, not quite. Chris over at DLS Reviews got his teeth into Class Three, and seemed to enjoy the taste. Thanks mate
Woke up this morning to this rather smashing review from Greg over at 2 Book Lovers Reviews, set me up nicely for getting back to work after Horror Con at the weekend.
Oh yes, my second release day has wheeled around, and six months of my life has now been packaged up and released into the world. I’ve loved writing this, its been tricky at times, but feel that the end product is something I’m really happy with and proud of. I’m taking a week off to clear my brain out before I get cracking again. Next up are a couple of novellas I’m aiming to get out within the next nine months or so. One is tentatively called ‘The Calling’ and the other ‘Stardust’. These titles will no doubt change. No zombies in either, and I’m going for a weirder approach on both…take it easy
Had a wizard time on Sunday afternoon chatting shit with the wonderful Adam Millard and the love-machine Daniel Marc Chant. We covered a wide array of subjects, from zombie animals through Danny Dyer, rebooting Wurzel Gummidge and the title of my autobiography.
Kick off your shoes and have a listen http://bizarrouk.podbean.com/e/ep-15-duncan-p-bradshaw/