He's a 26-year-old sales assistant who works on WHSmith's news department, he's single and he suffers from Asperger's syndrome.
And he's a writer...or so he thinks.
He dreams of making a successful career out of his work, having already written fan fiction, an audio book ("Nameless") and a novel (The Saviour: Book 1). He dreams of fine dining with the likes of Agatha Christie, Ian Fleming, the Rev W. Awdry and Roald Dahl, and enjoying the same level of success of Stephanie Meyer, Dan Brown, J.K. Rowling and Basil Brush. Yet all he gets is rejections, and offers from vanity publishers. Though he has gotten good feedback from Amazon customers...
Anyway, desperate to get his name out...he's secured a gig. A stand up animated spot featuring a performance of his best (really, he means worst!) poems in front of a live audience. But D.C.'s problems don't stop there. As he - and you - discover that he can't draw, he can't animate...and he can only pull a crowd of SIX.
If that's not mental enough, they're all STICK FIGURES.
And they all hate his stuff. And they only come along for the fact that there's free drink.
Still, with Olympic Standard blues musician Matt Schofield and the wonders of YouTube behind him, the optimistic and ever-hopeful D.C. Wood presents...His Awful Poems On Stage!
Modern society is plagued by crime and despair. And the solution to the problemis even worse.
A mysterious man, clad in grey and virtually unstoppable, is dispensing his own brand of justice to those who mock the law. No matter the age, gender or reasonno criminal is exempt from the sentence of That grey manthat grey man
Enter Harry Roberts, one of the finest detectives who ever lived. Hes been brought out of retirement to stop the vigilante. His unique mind makes him the only one who POSSIBLY can, but Harrys investigation unearths so many challenges. And very soon, the lives of Harry and his family will come under threat from the paranormal, Harry himself and his mortal enemy, gangster Frank Bryce.
Written and read by D.C. Wood, the author of upcoming Sci-Fi Fantasy novel, The Saviour.
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