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Duncan P. Bradshaw

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I live in the simply marvelous county of Wiltshire in England with my wife Debbie and our two cats, Rafa and Pepe.

We wile away the wee hours learning arcane incantations and medieval wind instruments, surviving solely on what our two furry faced fellows bring us. Winter is a bleak time indeed, when the common vole, the staple of our diet slumbers deep within the earth.

After writing a number of books and stories on the undead to begin with, I now write whatever weird and wonderful stories infect my brain. Sitting outside of conventional genres, my books have a mix of comedy, horror and the bizarre, you can never be too sure what the hell is going to happen next.

With my own label, EyeCue Productions, the physical copies of my books are someth
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Let The Past Die



'Let the past die. Kill it if you have to. It is the only way to become what you were meant to be.'
Invariably, after I release a book into the world, I fall into a bit of a writing-related funk. In part, it's down to the sheer amount of effort that goes into every aspect of the creation of it, and the realisation that for all of the bluff and bluster before launch, once it's out there, it disa Read more of this blog post »
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"As a fan of the author’s bizzarro horrorcoms, I was really looking forward to this, one of his rare ventures into the world of “serious” writing. Part of why I enjoy this comedy stuff is, as well as actually being funny, it’s also incredibly well wri" Read more of this review »
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“Writing fiction twists your brain in knots.

You get to experience the life of a compulsive liar. You are constantly double-checking for consistency, acting as continuity supervisor for your own imagination.

You become a detective, picking through the diary of a suspect; checking for the slip up that undermines the story and breaks the alibi.

You wake up sweating about some detail that wrecks the timeline, or breaches the established character of the person you invented.

You craft wonderful, frightening people, who you fall in love with, but must discard.

You find brilliant twists that you can’t use because they somehow subtly compromise the story.

It drains you. You can’t sleep. You are preoccupied with minutia.

It’s brilliant.”
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