We have another chance to sing our own praises for a change, instead of publicising someone else!
Another testimonial has recently come into the Confessions Publicity offices and once again, we felt we just had to share it with you all.
We recently hosted a Facebook Launch Party for the wonderful charity anthology, Trapped Within, brought to you by the equally wonderful, Duncan P. Bradshaw.
This party was an absolute pleasure to host for “Dunk”. I am sure that if any of you reading this know Dunk, you will agree with us when we say that he is one of the most approachable, genuine and extremely funny fellas that there is out there. He is an absolute diamond in the indie horror world. This was very evident by the sheer numbers of you that joined the party and made it a huge success.
By the end of the party, Trapped Within was at the #1 spot in all of its categories, WORLDWIDE!!
Not only is this fantastic for the book, it is also fantastic for the Stroke Association, Dunk’s chosen category for the book. From Dunk, and ourselves, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
So, Dunk seemed to be happy with what we did and said some stuff about us.
We are honoured to have had the chance to work with you sir, and look forward to the next time!
“Working with Confessions of a Reviewer, when they organised the Facebook release party for Trapped Within, was an absolute joy.
They’re professional, organised and above everything else, approachable. Nothing was too much trouble, and on the night, they were a well-oiled machine.
They take the hassle out of the side of the business which consumes so much time.”
CONFESSIONS REVIEWS DUNCAN P BRADSHAW
One day upon waking, as if from some frightful nightmare, I sat at my laptop and typed out letters, which formed words, slowly they created sentences. People read it and said, that’s okay that is, have a biscuit. And I said yes.
I live in Wiltshire, in Southern England with my wife Debbie and our two cats, Rafa and Pepe, they just miaowed a hello at you. Between bouts of prolonged washing up and bungie cord knitting, I type out the weird and wonderful things that run around my head.
My debut novel, zom-com Class Three, was released in November 2014, the first book in the follow up trilogy, Class Four: Those Who Survive is out in July 2015. I’m then going to try and get some novellas released which are on something other than the undead.
And for more about Duncan, visit his site or find him on social media: