Demon: Four. God Squad: Nil

Demon: Four. God Squad: Nil

by David Dwan

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Overview

Demon: Four. God Squad: Nil. Is a supernatural horror novel revolving around an extreme game show broadcast on the internet which pits a Catholic priest against a supposedly real demon. And the priest who takes on the unenviable task of being its fifth contestant.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154099575
Publisher: David Dwan
Publication date: 03/31/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 705,442
File size: 308 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Where I can I try to write two things at the same time. What I mean by that is to keep things fresh I will work on a book for a while and then leave it alone to work on another (if I’m lucky and have two viable stories on the go!) I find it helps me to look at the work afresh after a few weeks especially if I’m stuck. I normally know to a certain extent where I want to go with a book (this inevitably drastically changes, but that’s kind of the point, isn’t it?) But this new idea, which has been running around my subconscious for years now has been a lot harder to pin down. I’m not even really sure what genre it is. So as an exercise to see where it’s leading me I am writing it first as a screenplay. I haven’t done this in years (I started off writing short films then full length scripts years ago) and I’m finding it very useful to let the characters and plot play out before my eyes without really thinking too hard about what the character motivations are or going into too much descriptive detail. It’s kind of like writing a screenplay transcript for a film I’m seeing for the first time having known absolutely nothing about it or where it’s going (or even if I’m going to like it.) At the moment, I’m finding it hugely enjoyable and very freeing as a writer and at this stage that’s good enough. Unsure if there will be a book at the end of it all, but we shall see.

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