AudioTim 19: Georgina Kamsika, Author of The Sulphur Diaries

Today’s episode is an interview with Georgina Kamsika, author of The Sulphur Diaries. She has a fascinating concept for this story that you won’t want to miss, as well as a chilling reading from the book. I will be giving away a Kindle copy of The Sulphur Diaries, which you can win by utilizing the Rafflecopter Giveaway below (contest has ended).

My Saturday Spotlight post this week will be for you to check out Georgina and Matthew’s stuff. Matthew was interviewed in the last episode and has a free web series called, The Day the Sun Stopped Shining, which is also really good, and worth your time to check out.

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The Sulphur Diaries Excerpt:

“There is blood everywhere, on the walls, on the tables; I’m not sure what I just stood in, but it’s slippery.

Johnny! I scream, to be heard over the racket from outside, but there’s no answer and I can’t see him in the dim light. There’s a wet thump against the outer wall, though I daren’t look out of the windows. If I do, I might never be able to look away.

The shrieking outside is like nothing I’ve ever heard, and I freeze. Clenching my hands to stop their trembling, I peer into the gloom. Soft red light from some torches show me nothing but a puppet-show of shadows fighting outside. I recognise some of the locals: Mr Higgins, the Croft twins, their shapes easy to pick out as they struggle against the imps.

There seem to be more of them now. Where are they coming from? I remember calling to Lyle – not even an hour ago, however much it feels like days – but why are these imps attacking, why–”

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About Timothy C. Ward

Timothy C. Ward is a former Executive Producer for Adventures in SciFi Publishing. His debut novel, Scavenger: Evolution, blends Dune with Alien in a thriller where sand divers uncover death and evolution within America's buried fortresses. Sign up to his author newsletter for a free ebook before it releases March 31 and a chance to win a signed paperback. His first printed story, "The Bomb in the President's Bathroom," released in the Amish SciFi anthology, Tales from Pennsylvania. Signed copies are available in his store: Spike Publishing.

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