AMERICAN HORROR STORY: Apocalypse
THE best episode of AHS in years! 🙂
THE best episode of AHS in years! 🙂
Win a signed copy of the EXCLUSIVE LIMITED EDITION Print Run of ENGLE BYEN: A PLACE TO CALL HOME. Includes BONUS of THREE new Short Stories by DAVID GOLDON and the first two chapters of the thrilling Prequel, THE ROAD TO ENGLE BYEN.
• Just go to the links below and purchase the eBook.
• Write a positive review then submit the review to Amazon or Smashwords.
• Email a copy of your review to email@example.com (note the different spelling of his email address!!!) and you will go into the draw to win an Exclusive Limited print copy.
This paperback print version of DAVID GOLDON’s brilliant first novel will only be available until the release of the prequel, THE ROAD TO ENGLE BYEN mid February 2018. It will then be taken out of print… making it a collector’s item.
All entries must be received by midnight 15 February 2018 (Australian Eastern Daylight Time) and the winners will be contacted by email by 20Feb2018. If you have previously purchased the eBook, you are eligible to enter your review!
Dusty Balls is inspired by a true story. A story that some of have you have seen first hand. About that sometimes Christmas tree, sometimes “artwork” that adorned the sitting room in my house for two years!
The balls have long since been dusted but the memory remains. I thought it would be a good title for a new story. ~ David Goldon
Yes, as soon as 1January arrived, the Christmas tree – that took 4 days to decorate – became “art” instead of decoration. I was not about to take down something that took so much work to create after only 1 month. 🙂 Then it was “Christmas In July”, then it was the next Christmas… 😉 That “work of art” will never be done again … by me at least. Just a few fairy lights and decorations around the house are enough now. Big Gay Santa is my contribution to this FREE eBook. ~ Michael Young
You can download these two stories for free in several different formats from the Smashwords link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/763421
AKRON is a strong, real-life drama that just happens to impact two young gay men. Quality performances, quality direction… quality all round. Perfectly paced script that breathes with the characters. All about letting go and moving on.
Charming, relaxed paced journey with a clear underlying tension. All very mid-west USA.
Opening titles and credits over a black screen with guitar music was a dull way to start, could have at least been an image of a field around Akron.
9 Champagnes out of 10.
To buy the eBook of this amazing new story by new Aussie GLBT author DAVID GOLDON, click on the Amazon link below:
DOWNRIVER is a dark Aussie movie with a number of gay characters, but not what I would call a Gay movie otherwise. Not a movie that I will ever watch again or recommend to others as an enjoyable night’s viewing.
The cast were exceptional in their performances, but the story was slow, depressing and had some obvious holes. We need movies with some magic, some style instead of all this dark, brooding arty indulgence.
Sometimes writing and directing your own movie can be a risk because it can become self-indulgent and many of the checks and balances of bigger productions are not there, but then there are some crap Hollywood movies that should never have been funded as well. This movie was funded by a number of big Australian film finance groups and I question why they would finance a gay movie that is so dark and adds nothing to the GLBTIQ legacy. It must be about who you know. Dare I say it, my partner and I have recently written stories that would make far more engaging Aussie Gay movies but how the hell do we get from here to where they did to get the financing and get our stories out there to uplift many, many in our community and beyond, rather than this movie that uplifted no-one?
4 Champagnes out of 10.
ICE BLUES is the fourth and final movie in the series of Donald Strachey Mysteries.
This one is about the consequences of a missing $3M. An action packed mystery thriller kind of Gay thing with elegance, charm and humour. Oh, and martinis are still essential to the setting. Still has the same corny style of titles and music.
8 Martinis out of 10.