THE INFINITE WOES OF BEING A HERO (A Fairy Tale)
The Infinite Woes of Being a Hero (A Fairy Tale) is a satirical fantasy novel about a modern day knight in shining armour who hates his job and longs to quit. Stallions, princesses and handsome knights mix with social media, networking dinners and HR to poke fun at the modern workplace, class prejudice and fairy tales.
Based on David Christopher Johnston’s first published short story of the same name (read here), The Infinite Woes of Being a Hero (A Fairy Tale) is at times hilarious and at other times sad, charting the rise and fall of the charming, yet delusional protagonist, Sir Barry of Bognor, and the destructive societal pressures of success and status.
The Infinite Woes of Being a Hero (A Fairy Tale) is coming soon.
A Short Story Collection
Caution Frisbees is a short story collection from David Christopher Johnston which offers a cynical smirk at the mundane, comical and downright nonsensical stresses of everyday human existence. Taking a swipe at the micro dramas of love, work-life balance, boredom and the perils of spoiling your cat, Caution Frisbees is certain to make you smile, laugh and maybe even cry (with laughter).
The collection includes the previously published short stories, The Infinite Woes of Being a Hero (2020), and Three (2021), plus three previously unpublished stories.
Caution Frisbees will be available in 2021.