My debut post-apocalyptic science fiction horror novel The Malaise is now available on Kindle for a low price of 99p/$1.30. The deal is only available for a limited time so download your copy now! DOWNLOAD US DOWNLOAD UK
In the last few months I have read short stories at Noir at the Bar - the Sunderland version in November and the Newcastle event in February. At the Sunderland event I read an updated version of the Six Snake Setter, retitled 'The Armadillo Arsonist'. At the Newcastle event I read an abridged version of... Continue Reading →
Fifty people visited The Peacock Sunderland for the launch of The Malaise! They were treated to a reading from the novel, as well as a reading of the Lovecraftian horror 'Bonjour, Stevie', a Q&A and readings from local Sunderland authors. Thanks to all who attended!
I'm delighted to announce that my short story 'The Gull' has been selected for a brand new animal horror anthology from Nightmare Press. Watch this space for more news!
I'm proud to announce that 'My Father's Hands' has been included in Bandit Fiction's 'Editor's Picks' publication along with other excellent short stories. Download your copy! The editor describes the story as follows: "My Father's Hands takes you on an emotional journey with the protagonist. I was really rooting for the character - I so wanted... Continue Reading →
I'll be in Sunderland Waterstones on Saturday 20th April to sign copies of The Malaise. Come along and meet me - watch this space for announcements about future events.
https://youtu.be/qe_ELnHF8j0 My debut novel, The Malaise, is now available to buy in paperback and Kindle. 2038: a population under technological dependence is decimated by murder and suicide. One man is on a collision course with the chilling force behind the apocalypse… RRP £12.99 UK / $19.99 US Buy – US Buy – UK
My short story My Father's Hands, which was also long-listed for the Sunderland Short Story Award, has been published in Sunderland-based publisher, Bandit Fiction magazine. The story is a departure from my usual horror/science fiction genre, instead it's a poignant tale of a man who thinks he sees his father in a pub at Christmas time. His... Continue Reading →
Hinnom Magazine, the David Turton Special, is now available to buy in eBook and paperback. This features my brand new story The Horror in the Loch as well as an interview and a review of The Malaise. Hinnom Magazine consistently contains stories from some of the best horror writers across the globe. Snap it up now: UK: Paperback ... Continue Reading →