Tantor Audio presents six must-listen stories from the horror comedy series Shingles.
The collection begins with "The Ghost of Hooker Alley," which introduces listeners to ten-year-old Sarah and six-year-old Tommy. After a quick bus ride into town to buy a gun, Sarah and Tommy think their problems are all but solved. That is, until a creepy weirdo follows them into an alley. But they aren't the only ones in that alley . . .
"The Monkey's Penis" features Chris, a teenage boy who receives a birthday gift unlike any other. In "Gary's Children," a man's quest for stress relief leads to terror, and an unexpected kidnapping takes place in "Aliens Wrecked Our Kegger."
"Zombies Ate My Homework" is set in the middle of a zombie outbreak. Todd, his brother Andy, his best friend Tarik, and their tomboy friend Mikayla are forced to take shelter in the first place they can find-an adult novelty store.
In the final story, "The Legend of Jimmy Headshot," the zombie apocalypse is upon us. The dead have risen from their graves to feed upon the flesh of the living, and twelve-year-old Jimmy couldn't be happier about it.
Contains mature themes.
About the Author
Robert Bevan is a writer and blogger who can be heard on the Authors & Dragons podcast.
Rick Gualtieri is the author of the Hybrid of High Moon series.
Steve Wetherell has written for Maxim, Cracked, and CBS Local, and is a regular on the Authors & Dragons podcast.
Drew Hayes graduated from Texas Tech with a degree in English. He is the author of many books, including NPCs and The Utterly Uninteresting and Unadventurous Tales of Fred, the Vampire Accountant. Drew lives in Texas. Visit him at drewhayesnovels.com.
John G. Hartness is the bestselling author of the Epic Award-winning Black Knight Chronicles, a comedic urban fantasy series. In 2016, Raising Hell, the first book in his dark fantasy Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter series, earned a Manly Wade Wellman Award from the North Carolina Speculative Fiction Foundation.
Cal Wembly has narrated multiple audiobooks over the past ten years. He has starred in numerous commercials and currently resides in Los Angeles.
Growing up in New England, Cassandra Myles began entertaining early on in her childhood, singing and dancing at the local community theaters. From there, she continued to hone her skills in dance, music, and acting by performing in such plays as Fiddler on the Roof, Anything Goes, The Odd Couple, and The Little Mermaid.