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New Novel Ready for Launch!

After too long a wait, ‘Whose Reality Is This Anyway’ is now on the way to the printers.

merlin-500The comedy is in my usual style of traditional British Humour overlaid with questions of identity and how the world treats those who are just a bit different.

I am honoured to have a comment from Nigel Planer (Neil in The Young Ones and narrator of the Terry Pratchett books) who said this about my writing… “There’s loads that I recognised and loads that surprised, and always at the heart of it that deadpan wit of a true British cynic; David Luddington like reading your favourite classic sitcom. “

We are arranging for a discounted launch price for those who would like an early copy in return for a review. Reviews are very important to Indie authors so any help is much appreciated…  smiley face goes here –>   🙂

Here is the back of book description…

Retired stage magician turned professional mystic debunker, John Barker, finds his sceptical beliefs under fire when he encounters a strange man who claims to be Merlin. After several unsuccessful attempts to rid himself of his increasingly unpredictable companion, John finally relents and agrees to assist in the man’s crazy mission, to find the true grave of the mythical King Arthur.
Following a hidden code contained within the text of a soft porn novel, they gather a growing entourage of hippies, mystic seekers and alien hunters as they leave a trail of chaos across the south west of England. When the group comes to the attention of a TV Reality Show producer looking to make a fast profit out of harmless eccentrics and fading celebrities, John decides it’s time to take charge and prove one way or the other, the identity of this mysterious person who claims to be a fictional wizard.
“Whose reality is this anyway?” is a warm-hearted tale of what it means to be an individual and to follow one’s dreams. With his trademark cast of oddball characters and absurd situations, David Luddington once more transports us into a world where who you are is more important than what you are.