The weirdest book I’ve ever written – The Village Emporium

Six years ago, screenwriter Jeremy Drysdale asked if I would novelise a movie treatment for him. He’d read my debut novel MEAT and loved it. Nevertheless, it struck me as an odd request – films from original scripts are often turned into novels after they’re successful but Jeremy’s idea was basically still in note form.Read More

Source: The weirdest book I’ve ever written – The Village Emporium

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Mass Movement | My Life in Film – Jeremy Drysdale

As a film writer, the moving image has driven me for as long as I can remember. When my peers were reading comics (before they became ‘graphic novels’) I was at the cinema. I read Lord of the Rings…

Source: Mass Movement | My Life in Film – Jeremy Drysdale

Mass Movement | My Life in Books – Joseph D’Lacey

When I was about ten, I gave up on Mallory Towers and got into The Rats. The idea that my own child might open a similar book at that age makes me shudder. And yet, it was the start of a reading jo…

Source: Mass Movement | My Life in Books – Joseph D’Lacey

Clown Wars: Blood and Aspic by Joseph D’Lacey & Jeremy Drysdale | The Eloquent Page

For as long as anyone can remember, the Clowns and Humans of Blueville have co-existed peacefully. Sure, each species thinks the other is a little weird but that’s never been something to fig…

Source: Clown Wars: Blood and Aspic by Joseph D’Lacey & Jeremy Drysdale | The Eloquent Page