Happy 2016 all!
I’ve been meaning to write a post boring you all with my goals for the year, instead I’ve decided to use my first 2016 post to promote the work of another – something that benefits us all. I firmly believe that putting forward authors whose work you enjoy benefits us all. What better way than to give readers the opportunity to discover new worlds?
With this in mind, I’d like to pimpity-pimp Aussie author Greg Chapman‘s new novella The Eschatologist, put out through Voodoo Press. Here’s a little taste from the back-cover blurb:
David Brewer is trying to keep his family alive in a world torn asunder by a Biblical apocalypse. Yet there is salvation, in the guise of a stranger who offers survivors sanctuary. All they have to do is declare their faith in God’s final – and bloody – plan.
He had me at apocalypse.
For those not familiar with Greg’s work, not only is he a wonderful writer but a kick-arse illustrator, too (hogging the talent pool much?). He’s the artist behind the Bram Stoker award-winning graphic novel, Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times, penned by Lisa Morton and the late (great) Rocky Wood.
So if you’re looking for something new to read, check out The Eschatologist, Oh, and take a look at the book trailer – it rocks!