It has been a while since I have posted a blog, and wanted to apologise for that. The day job has been very busy because of the time of year and that, unfortunately, limits the amount of time I have to get narrations done and is one of the reasons why I cannot commit to work from the larger publishers who work to very tight deadlines. Any unfortunate author who has had a chance to work with me will testify that the word "deadline" simply does not enter into my vocabulary list.
The plus side to this is that quality of narration is not compromised as I refuse to rush these things. Someday, it might be a full time job for me and therefore I owe it to myself and the authors who trust me to narrate for them, to provide the best work that I can.
Next week, I will be releasing Craig Saunder's comedy novel "Spiggot: A Deoraved Comedy".
This book is basically manic. It starts in a rush and doesn't stop running until the last page. The jokes involved could be described in many ways: toilet-humour, shop-floor, working-man's laughter. As I said before, think "Auf Wiedersehen, Pet" for cops.
I should really stick an outtakes track on the end of it, as there are times when my eyes burned from laughing and I simply had to take a break.
Take from the book what you will. Saunders already has a solid fan-base and they are all begging for more.
That's what it's all about really, isn't it?
Spiggot: A Depraved Comedy - available from Grand Mal Press on Audible.com and iTunes in April.