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Twisted 50 volume 1
Twisted contains some of the best examples of horror fiction I’ve read in years. Most story collections or anthologies have a few duds. Twisted is the exception. The stories are all fantastic and hugely enjoyable.’
The Book Lover’s Boudoir
Twisted50 vol 1: 50 stories from 50 disturbed voices of modern horror…
Twisted 50 volume 1 is a deliciously dark slice of contemporary horror literature. Reading it is like attending a late night secret banquet where you know each course will serve up something unexpected, forbidden and unforgettably chilling. Take your private seat now for 50 luscious courses of terror, from 50 of the strongest voices in modern horror.
Meet The Authors of Twisted50 vol 1 HERE
Stephanie Wessell, Troll Dahl, Marie Gethins, Kendall Castor-Perry, KK Rickcord, Caroline Slocock, Karen Sheard, Lucy V Hay, Stephen Deas, Diana Read, Scott Merrow, Steven Quantick, Dylan Keeling, Steve Pool, Jacqui Canham, Nick Twyford, John Ashbrook, Gordon Slack, Richard Craven, Adam Millard, Penegrin Shaw, Geoff Bagwell, Steven Stockford, Andrew Williamson, Alex Thompson, Joshua Saltzman, Rachael Howard, Christopher Patrick, Charles Maciejewski, Hillier Townsend, Bartley Cryan, Jonah Jones, Duncan Eastwood, Shirley Day, Richie Brown, G.P Eynon, Nick Yates, Maggie Innes, EJ Hughes, KJB Rickards, J.M Hewitt, SV Macdonald, Jessica Brown, Leo Robertson, Chris Jeal, Sasha Black, Thomas Cranham, Neil Bebber and John Read.
Edited by Elinor Perry Smith // Produced by Cristina Palmer-Romero // Create50 Team Leader: Chris Jones.
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Watch the Chilling Trailer for the Twisted50 volume 1 Audiobook
Marvel if you will, at the trailer for the Twisted50 Audiobook, produced by the fabulous Helen Lloyd. 50 Writers, 50 Stories… 50 Narrators… Enjoy it and please share with your communities. Chris Jones www.Twisted50.com Want to get a little bit more Twisted? Here’s some related posts… Listen to the fabulous Steph Wessell on last
Listen to Steph Wessell on BBC Radio Bristol talking Create50!
Our very own one woman marketing machine Steph Wessell has been spreading the good news about Twisted50 again by getting herself on the radio and slaying it like a pro. It’s a terrific interview, and listen to how it sounds when the host refers to knocking Stephen King off the top spot. Twisted50 writers… That’s YOUR book
Listening to the Twisted50 Audio Files by Elinor Perry-Smith
What I’ve noticed about listening to these excellent stories is how much I’ve invested in them, It was my privilege to help edit about half of them and that was a learning curve in itself, so when I listened to those particular stories I found myself remembering so much of them and also crucially noticing
So what is the Twisted50 Audiobook Experience REALLY like? Here’s what listeners say…
The Twisted50 Audiobook has been ‘beta’ listened to by five people. During this process the feedback surprised even us. It seems that Twisted50 narrated is EVEN better than the written word. Here is feedback from three of the listeners… ‘The Twisted50 audiobook is a compelling, unhurried, lingering, luxurious, silk-lined, creamy-dark, downy flick-knife musk-rose experience. So
What’s Eating You? By Dee Chilton
I created the main character in ‘She Will Never Die’ from personal experience and a fear of drowning (yes, my joining the Navy was perhaps an odd choice in view of that!). I mixed that with putting myself ‘in her shoes’, as she faces up to her horrific, inescapable situation and the end of her
A Letter to the Hesitant Writer by Milethia Thomas
A hesitant writer recently asked about writing. “I want to write a book. Where do you find the time? Where do you get the ideas? You must have a good imagination.” I said something along the lines of – “You just have to start writing.” Of course, this is true (and obvious) but if I’d
How One Voice Brought My Story To Life by Jacqui Canham
When I was coming through arrivals at Heathrow Airport one day, I was struck by the sea of signs bearing names. I wondered – how do the people holding these signs know for sure that the person approaching them really is Michael Smith or Sophie Brown? What if that person was just pretending to be
The Power of the Audiobook: Injecting Creepy Life into ‘Busy Izzie’ by Milethia Thomas
Nervously excited I pressed the play button to hear the extract from ‘Busy Izzie’. Tantalising snippets of music… Why is the music stuttering? My temperamental laptop froze. My giddy aunt! I closed and restarted the browser… Tinkling, repeated piano notes, giving a feeling that ‘something wicked this way comes’, which immediately had me imagining Izzie
How The Twisted50 Project Helped To Make Me A Better Writer by KT Parker
The Create50 initiative has been a boon for me. I didn’t think I could write a short screenplay, but through the process of the Impact50 I learned to. Same with short stories. It wasn’t a medium I had turned my hand to and initially I wasn’t tempted to have a go at Twisted50, even though
Twisted 50 Audiobook Secret Diary… Entry Five, by Helen Lloyd… And on the fifth day…
The ‘Five Days’ story in Twisted 50 superbly read by the inestimable Fenella Fudge really got me thinking. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to it (or read it), it is about a woman in her late 40s, who is concerned about how she looks, the increasing wrinkles, the eye bags and the general sagging
The Boomerang Effect and How I Became an Audiobook Convert by Kim L. Wheeler
When I was young (and flying to the other side of the world was still relatively new and special) my father brought me back an elaborately carved wooden boomerang from a business trip to Australia. So in awe of this object was I that I dare not throw it for fear it may break. Years
The Pleasure of Listening to ‘Killing Her Little Darling’ by Merlin Ward
My sons read all the Harry Potter books but they also wanted the audio version read by Stephen Fry. They would listen to life in Hogwarts while I listened to the radio. Now, having listened to the excerpt of ‘Killing Her Little Darling’ I understand why. As much as we all love movies there is