Quarantine for COVID-19 has given me the unexpected gift of perspective and free time. I always wanted to record at least one audiobook, and I always figured I'd read THE BOOK OF DAVID... someday... when I have time. To keep from crawling the walls (for now), I've checked off this bucket list item.
I may yet record the entire serial novel in a studio and have it professionally produced, but I'd for sure charge for that. Me reading only the first of five installments in this tale of terror in my office while birds chirp outside my window and the bell on my cat's collar occasionally jingles as I do terrible accents... that, I'll give you for free. But I'd encourage you to also seek out my actual audiobooks narrated by professionals.
If you'd prefer just to enjoy the story without my voice (understandable), the ebook of Chapter One of THE BOOK OF DAVID is always free to download (you could read along to spot errors I made while performing my own book).
This might be a crazy thing to do, but it was also a very fun thing to do, and it's a crazy time. I hope you're taking care of yourself, Esteemed Audience, and I hope you dig this amateur audiobook of mine. Here's some more info about THE BOOK OF DAVID:
The Walters family has just purchased the perfect home if only it weren't located in the small hick town of Harrington, Indiana, and if only it weren't haunted. David Walters is an atheist now, but his minister father taught him from a young age that Satan would one day deceive all mankind by pretending his demons were extraterrestrials. The day the Walters family moves in, they spot a flying saucer outside their new home. Things only get stranger from there. David Walters is about to learn what it means to be truly haunted, forcing him to confront his past, fight for his family, his soul, and his sanity.
This is the first of five chapters in THE BOOK OF DAVID, a serialized tale of terror from Robert Kent, author of ALL TOGETHER NOW: A ZOMBIE STORY and PIZZA DELIVERY.
This horror story is intended for a mature audience. It's filled with adult language, situations, and themes. It's in no way appropriate for the easily offended or younger readers of BANNEKER BONES AND THE GIANT ROBOT BEES.