Burdizzo Mix Tape Volume One". The brief for this was quite different - each author was given the choice of a song from a playlist, and the result is the Burdizzo Mix Tape. From The Stone Roses to Black Sabbath, Belle & Sebastian to Carole King, David Bowie to Tom Waits, it's an eclectic selection of both writers and themes, and is well worth checking out.
My own tale, "Maps", is inspired by the Yeah Yeah Yeah's song of the same name, and is a dimension-spanning tale of yearning and lost love.
Another bit of news is that, after a cavalcade of lengthy formatting issues, my last book "Scenes of Mild Peril" is now looking great. It's available in good old fashioned squirrel habitat format or Kindle, and can be found on both Amazon and a variety of other sites. Scream Magazine gave it four out of five skulls in a review that you can reads here.
I've written a triptych of Horror Comic articles for esteemed horror website Ginger Nuts of Horror; one on Swamp Thing, and ones about the 2000ad characters Zenith and Judge Death.
In other writing news, "The High Room", my coming-of-age tale set in Coventry in the eighties, is finished and trying to find a publisher, and my collection "Forever and Ever, Armageddon" is now available as an audiobook and as cheap as chips.
And I also did this, which may entertain those of you with kids and those bloody books... (click to embiggen)
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
"Forever and Ever, Armageddon" - my collection of short stories from 2014 - is now available as an audiobook from Amazon. Narrated by the wonderful Kristina Fitzgerald, it's a collection of 24 varied short stories; horror, science fiction and satire.
- Lucky Penny
- Good Dog
- These Words Will Come to Haunt You
- Once A Pun a Time
- Forever and Ever, Armageddon
- You v2.0
- Adventurebots Assemble
- The Bogey Man
- A Change of Tactics
- Red Tide
- Keeping up with the Joneses
- Blasphemous Tumours
- Adlib to Fade
- Tipping the Scales
- Double Dare
- Three Divided by One
- The Muse at Ten
- The Everywhere Song
Kristina has done a wonderful job of making my words sound awesome, and I can strongly recommend you give it a listen. If you're inclined to review it (and that would be awesome), drop me a line at davidjcourt at gmail.com and I'll pop you a promotional code.
To join Audible (or sign up for a 30 day free trial) and give this a listen, click here. To order your copy from Amazon, click here.