22 Oct 2012


NEW OCTOBER 2012 UPDATES ON MY SHARC & WILD WILD DEAD PAGES.
                ....TAKE A LOOK.....
I HAVE A MASSIVE SCOOP FOR THE WWD BOOK COVER & ALSO THE TRAILER SONG (COMING SOON).....

29 Aug 2012


At last, my little book about a Megalodon is out TODAY!!!!!!

Amazon UK

Amazon US

Kindle only, paperback to follow.

28 Aug 2012



An amended trailer for my book, due out on 3rd September 2012.


video

22 Aug 2012

Surfacing

 
After being off sonar for a while, I needed a boost.

My publisher sprung the news that
 my novel SHARC is due out
on Kindle any day now.
 
This is the book trailer I made.
 
The purchase links to follow shortly for all versions of the book.

video


And special thanks to Mr JKub (Jacob Hess) in
allowing me to use his most excellent
track "Don't Panic Babe" as the
backing tune. Jacob you rock.
 
 
The novel is my outlook on the giant shark genre.
It has the possibility to be a movie.
It has the possibility to be huge success.
Please help me spread the word.

Life is too short and your health is precious.
I need this.
 
In the immortal words of the MCP... "End of Line".

27 Jun 2012


Probably my favourite opening credits sequence ever.....

(except for opening of Blade, of course, cos
ignoring that would just be silly!).


26 Jun 2012

The SHARC writer has surfaced

June 26, 2012

From now on I'll be boring the pants off everyone
with my insightful cack!!!

1 Nov 2010

Review of the ARC by Teresa Geering

REVIEW
THE ARC
by PAUL A. RUDD

The Aquatic Research City (ARC) built by marine experts and subsidised by a billionaire, is home to a forty five foot shark which weighs in at over twenty tons. Due to a lack in security safety the Carcharadon Megalodon escapes into the open sea.

The build up in the first couple of chapters, sets a good background for the reader; however the story really takes off from the moment of the escape.

Reports suddenly begin coming in of unexplained occurrences at sea. Half of a female body is discovered. Strong ocean going boats are turned into matchwood. A helicopter pilot watches in amazement as a complete lifeboat and survivors are engorged by what......? Have her eyes deceived her?
Realisation that the Pacific Ocean is now the home of the King of the Sea, steps up the action.

The hero of the hour is a young palaeontologist Morgan Read, who saves the day. No I’m not going to tell you how.........

Paul Rudd in this debut novel takes us on a journey of carnage. Firstly through the eyes of the shark along with his insatiable appetite for anything that moves. Then in turn through his victims eyes as they get first view of this predator.

ARC is in my opinion extremely well researched. I could very easily compare it to the book/film ‘JAWS’ but I feel it holds its own superiority over JAWS and is worthy of standing in its own limelight.

It will be many a day before I dip my toes in the ocean again. There is no telling how fast the King of the Sea can travel or to where.

Highly Recommended
T.K.Geering 31/10/2010