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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The Malaise, my post-apocalyptic novel due for release in late 2018, has been praised by popular author Ed Ahern.