Technically the audiobook version of Ama has always been available for free (via the Audible trial thingy), but now each chapter on my website has the corresponding audio narration too, which is taken directly from the audiobook. The full Ama audiobook is also available on YouTube. What the hell! You’re letting people read and listen
This is the Ama screenplay (first draft), based on my horror novel of the same name. Before reading this script, be aware that it is a violent horror story and contains colourful language.
I imagined the ghosts having a bit of a gossip over this gate on Dartmoor.
Not a good night Last night my sleep pattern went completely off the rails due to not feeling tip-top. All in all I managed to get about five hours kip. Below are the vague and confusing fragments of a few dreams I had. I can’t believe that I didn’t become lucid during these dreams, as
It was a simple country house; a peaceful, secluded home A family nest of brick and stone. The age for this domicile I’m sure was high For it was around to see horse and cart drive by. Centuries had passed with the tick-tock of life Without a moment of noteworthy strife. But this house had
The murderin’s done, all that’s left to do now is dispose of the body. How did it get to this? We were so happy together. Okay, not Hollywood fairytale happy, but we had our moments. Ten years of precious time shared, and not once did I stray, not once did I turn my head in
“Terrifying, grotesque, horrific, disturbing and just plain scary, but never less than gripping with deliciously unlikeable characters.” – This review succinctly describes Ama. Enjoy…