Man-Size In Marble by Edith Nesbit

Here is a classic ghostly tale from Edith Nesbit, best known as the author of the novel "The Railway Children", (also a 1970 movie starring Jenny Agutter and Bernard Cribbins). E Nesbit was also the author of numerous weird tales and "Man-Size In Marble" shows her more sinister side. Synopsis A newly-wed couple rent... Continue Reading →

Free Audiobook Promo Codes Giveaway

Free Audiobook Promo Codes Here's a limited time Free Audiobook Promo Codes giveaway for all new subscribers to DSB Audio, thanks to Audible's Promo Codes program. I have a limited number of US and UK Free Audiobook Promo Codes to give away. And so all of these great audiobooks are available right now and you... Continue Reading →

Narrator Q&A with Swords & Specters Blog

I'm pleased to share my first ever Q&A session with Swords & Specters - Book and audiobook reviewer to the fantastic, the spooky and the far-out. It was great fun to answer some very well thought-out questions on the creative process that goes into my audiobook productions and some of the highlights so far. Check... Continue Reading →

Immersive Audio Stories – DSB’s Youtube Channel

DSB Audio is now on Youtube! Featuring regular podcasts of short stories from classic authors, such as my "Tales From The Vault" series, as well as previews and excerpts from some of DSB Audio's Audible audiobook productions. Be sure to subscribe to the channel to get notifications when new content is posted. Please SHARE... Continue Reading →

Out now: How The English Establishment Framed Stephen Ward

"How the English Establishment Framed Stephen Ward" is a major expose of a government cover-up that has lasted half a century. ... This is an epic tale of sex, lies, and governmental abuse whose aftermath almost brought down the government and shook the American, British, and Soviet espionage worlds to their core ...Continue Reading

Welcome, thanks for joining me…

I'd like to give a heartfelt welcome and thanks to all the recent subscribers to my new website. Thank you, please leave a comment if you have any feedback about the site, or even just to say hello.

I'm just getting set up and look forward to sharing news about my ongoing audiobook productions, sample readings from some of my favourite literature as well as where you can find other great audiobooks ...Continue Reading

Ashik Kerib (Film)

Available here on DVD from Ashik Kerib  (literally, "the strange lover") is a 1988 Soviet art film directed by Dodo Abashidze from Georgia and Sergei Parajanov from Armenia that is based on the short story of the same name by Mikhail Lermontov. It was Parajanov's last completed film and was dedicated to his close friend Andrei Tarkovsky, who had died two... Continue Reading →

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