Monday, April 4, 2011

Rotten Apple - Simon Dunn

Simon is a scriptwriter and comedian in the UK. He has written for International Emmy Award-Winning comedy shows, and is currently developing drama ideas for British television. He also hosts a weekly podcast called Sundays Supplement.

Product description:
A noir-crime-suspense-thriller parody.

Seven interwoven comic short stories from the underbelly of a sinful city. The hard-boiled detective, the down-to-earth stripper, the embittered hack, the psycho killer, the sultry brief, the gentleman thief - they all live in the Rotten Apple.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
Hopefully because it's funny and will make them giggle. It's described in one review as "A stirring and fast-paced action spectacular from start to finish. Parodying the conventions of classic pulp, Simon Dunn gives us an anti-hero we can be proud of: Vic Malone - cop, rebel, lover, and all-round tough-nut. Never flinching, relentless in his adherence to justice, he rightly deserves to become a household name. Great fun!"
Q: Why did you go indie?
I was fascinated by the Kindle adventures of writers like Lee Goldberg, and I decided to try it all for myself. It's been fun.
Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
Mark Gatiss, Malcolm Pryce, and other comedy writers including David Lodge, Stephen Fry, Malcolm Bradbury and PG Wodehouse.

1 comment:

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