Welcome to the publicity page for Hexagram (Pub: July 25, 2016, EyeCue Productions) by Duncan Bradshaw, created and managed by Erin Al-Mehairi of Hook of Book Media and Publicity. Be sure to pop in periodically for news and updates ongoing (you’re warned!). The horror book tour stop schedule will be updated BELOW each week and per stop.
If you are a member of the media, a reviewer, or a reviewing authors, please let me know if you’d like a review copy of Hexagram or to feature Duncan by e-mailing Erin at hookofabook at hotmail.
Follow along the tour with the hashtag: #Hexagram #IncanRituals #UKauthors #stardust
See Hexagram’s First Review on DLS Reviews! “If Dostoyevsky is the Rembrandt of the literary world, then Bradshaw is surely the Andy Warhol.”
Check out the review at Ginger Nuts of Horror!
Check out the “Week of the Dunk” at Confessions of a Reviewer!
Follow the Online Schedule
Last week of August, Date TBA
Confirmed/Dates TBA at Sites Discretion
Beavis the Bookhead – Review
Into the Macabre – Review
Horror Talk – Guest Article
Scarlet’s Web – Review
iHorror – Review and Interview
2 Book Lovers Review – Review
Sylv.Net – Interview
Cinema Bluster – Excerpt & Spotlight
Their lands plagued by invaders, the Inca resort to an ancient ritual. By harvesting star dust from people, they hope to accumulate enough to raise the sun god, Inti, and reclaim their lands.
Yet when the collection is interrupted, it sets in motion events which will rattle human history.
Six stories. Six different time periods. One outcome.
We are all made of stars.
When an ancient Inca ritual is interrupted, it sets in motion a series of events that will echo through five hundred years of human history. Many seek to use the arcane knowledge for their own ends, from a survivor of a shipwreck, through to a suicide cult.
Yet…the most unlikeliest of them all will succeed.
Duncan P. Bradshaw lives in the county of Wiltshire, nestled around the belly button of southern England, with his wife Debbie, and their two cats, Rafa and Pepe. During the day, he is a mild mannered office goon, doing things which would bore you, if he was forced to tell you. At night, he becomes one with a keyboard, and transforms his weird and wonderful thoughts into words, which people, like you, and me, can read.
Why not pop over to his website, http://duncanpbradshaw.co.uk/ or give him a like over on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/duncanpbradshaw or read his ravings on his blog, http://duncanpbradshaw.blogspot.co.uk/
Praise for Hexagram
“Hexagram is a visceral journey through the dark nooks and crannies of human history. Lovecraftian terror merges with blood sacrifices, suicide cults and body horror as Bradshaw weaves an intricate plot into an epic tale of apocalyptic dread.” – Rich Hawkins, author of The Last Plague trilogy
“A rip-roaring boy’s own adventure yarn. This novel contains multitudes, and the sheer scale and breadth of the story is exhilarating. A glorious, unhinged thrill ride.” – Kit Power, author of GodBomb!
Praise for Bradshaw’s Writing
“Duncan Bradshaw has a fantastic writing style. He gets you engrossed in the characters from the very outset. His mix of comedy and horror and real life are superb.” – Confessions of a Reviewer
“The true genius of Duncan P. Bradshaw is the rollercoaster ride of words and expressions. I have never seen an author go from the depths of dark and gore to laugh out loud all within the same paragraph.” – 2 Book Lovers Reviews
“Remember, you’ve now willingly plunged yourself into the mind of Duncan Bradshaw. You’re completely at the mercy of his strange imagination and all the eccentric oddities that his curious mind can conjure up.” – DLS Reviews
“Bradshaw is able to weight the horror set pieces with a dry humour and plenty of laugh out loud moments.” – UK Horror Scene
“One of the first things that I did after reading The Black Room Manuscripts,was to go out and buy Class Three by Duncan Bradshaw. I just found his writing in Time for Tea to have this gleeful kind of undertow to the carnage he wrought on his tea drinkers and wanted to see what his writing was like in a longer format.” – Ginger Nuts of Horror