- Richard Haywood
The Undead Part 11 Audio book…coming soon
Bloomin’ heck it’s taken a while but by gum gee whiz holy audio books, Batman….we finally got there!!!
The Undead Part 11, 12 and 13 audio books are in production.
Not all together mind, I mean like, I think they do one at a time. Probably one at a time. Unless the narrator has a time machine and can duplicate himself to be in the same studio at the same time narrating three audio books. But then that would need three producers too, and three recording machine thingies. So…unless the narrator and the producer have a time machine and three sets of recording machine thingies…oh hang on, so…do they need three recording machine thingies if they have a time machine? (I’ve been writing the second time travel book so my head is super absorbed in all things time travel at the mo)
The Undead Part 11, 12 and 13 audio books are in production!!!!
Word is, now don’t go repeating this and snitching on me you snitchy snitch pants – but I was given the nod, the wink, the nudge, slipped a bit of paper and told to eat it after – but they’re due out at the end of October.
In other news…
The Living Army Book Review Club are holding a writing comp.
The first chapter of a book is always the hardest. You have one, maybe two pages to hook the reader.
The competition is to write the first chapter following this prologue written by Simon Philip.
The two figures stopped at the edge of the tunnel, peering out into the early afternoon light, eyes blinking rapidly as they acclimated to the sudden change. He turned to the woman standing just behind him and whispered, “Just be careful, we don’t know what we’re going to find after all the shit that’s gone down” She nodded quickly in agreement to the figure standing silhouetted against the bright sunshine, before replying softly “Yeah, you’re right. Let’s just have a quick look round, like we agreed, and see what it’s like before we make any decisions” They looked out apprehensively at the devastation that was once one of the largest cities in the world, mentally preparing themselves for whatever they might come across. He took a deep breath, hoisted his bag onto his shoulder and, readying his blade in its sheath on his hip asked, “Ready?” “Ready” She replied, having also prepared herself as she saw him adjusting his kit. Taking a last look at the safety behind them, they set out into the unknown, footsteps echoing on the broken and raised roadway.
To enter the comp you need to join The Living Army Book Review Club – CLICK HERE
To be sincere and serious for a minute. Thank you so much for the support and feedback on The Undead Day Twenty. The response from you the readers has been overwhelming and so nice. I cannot ever thank you enough. I’ve been flooded with messages from you all which is incredibly humbling. I am so sorry if it takes me a while to reply and get back to you. I do read them all and love getting them.