Cthul-You on Feedbooks

I’ve been an iPhone user for a year now, and over that time I’ve become a huge fan of e-books and the Stanza ebook reader software on that platform. One of the best features of Stanza is access to Feedbooks, an online platform for publishing public domain and new original books. I’ve been interested in publishing something to the platform for sometime, so today I decided to take the plunge.

You can read my short story Cthul-You (originally broadcast on BBC Radio 7 last year) online by following the link below. You can download the e-book and read it on your computer, or any number of reader and mobile device including the Kindle, Sony Reader, iPhone and Android phones.

Cthul-You on Feedbooks – http://feedbooks.com/userbook/7655

I am going to make regular reports on the success or otherwise of this venture, so other writers interested in making use of Feedbooks can follow my self publishing adventure.


Published by Damien Walter

Writer and storyteller. Contributor to The Guardian, Independent, BBC, Wired, Buzzfeed and Aeon magazine. Special forces librarian (retired). Teaches the Rhetoric of Story to over 35,000 students worldwide.

3 thoughts on “Cthul-You on Feedbooks

  1. I can see the possibilities for this website to help establish a name [a positive one hopefully] and use it as an aid with more official submissions. I will definitely read that one, when I am through with my shift.


  2. I have a Damien story on my ipod! This totally makes me feel science-fictional. The beginning of a library in my pocket.

    I’d like you to know that you’re in good company on there. The only other authors inhabiting my ipod are Lewis Carroll and Kelly Link.


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