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The Malaise, my post apocalyptic novel, is now available to pre-order in paperback and Kindle editions.
The excellent channel Tall Tales TV has published my short story The Bloats, in audio format. Find out more about the project and listen to the story below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ME9TjzzGlxY
Morgan Crooks, a writer of speculative fiction, has provided a fantastic endorsement for my forthcoming post-apocalyptic novel The Malaise.
Promotion for The Malaise, my post-apocalyptic novel due for release toward the end of 2018, is gaining momentum, with a fantastic endorsement from Stuart Conover.
The brilliant Evil Podcast, featuring the haunting tones of Dennis Serra, has published a new episode featuring my story The Gull. Listen to the podcast
David Beers, author of The Singularity series of novels, has given a big thumbs up to my post-apocalyptic novel The Malaise, which is due to be published towards the end of 2018.
Love this review of The Gull and Other Short Tales of Horror: “His ability to transform his style of writing, work within varying genres, be it Lovecraftian fiction or literary horror, separates Turton from the pack. “
Greetings from the Ethereal Plane,
David Turton started his writing career in 2017 and, within a few months, racked up quite a few impressive publications in a short time, including three stories published with Gehenna & Hinnom Books: “Length” in the Year’s Best Body Horror 2017 Anthologyand “Bonjour, Stevie” in Hinnom Magazine Issue 003, and “The Scrap Metal Man” in the Year’s Best Transhuman SF 2017 Anthology. David recently released a three-story collection, for which this review will be based, and on the horizon, his post-apocalyptic novel The Malaise is set for publication from Cosmic Egg Books.
Alas, without further ado, let’s dive into these three haunting stories!
Cover Art of The Gull: And Other Short Tales of Horror
Turton opens up the collection with “The Gull,” a story that hearkens to Stephen King’s work and following a writer who seeks seclusion to pen his next…
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