Welcome to my world, a particular place where fact and fiction tend to collide and combine, embrace and entwine themselves until they re-invent as stories. I can only hope you enjoy some of them.

A lyrical history of the lives, loves and the dreams of several of the inhabitants of  Treddoch Harbour.

An anthology of fifteen short stories, ranging from just over one hundred to almost six thousand words.

A second anthology with a mix of subjects from the slightly humorous to the downright sober.

Volume III opens with A Tar Dark Night, a story written in homage to Dylan Thomas.

The writings so far, consist of a novel and three collections of shorts. I would say short stories, but not all of them are, of course. There’s a travelogue smuggled in amongst them for starters, not to mention a couple of monologues as well as a few other odd bits and pieces of thinking that have attached themselves to me as I’ve stumbled along.

Style-wise, my writing can, I suppose, be best summed-up as being in the literary genre, if only by default. It’s most definitely not crime, fantasy, horror, chiclit nor any of the other more popular types. It’s also not epic; far from it in fact. It tends to be brief and to the point.

Having exhausted all other possibilities it would seem then that only ‘literary’ is left open to me. It certainly seems to fit under one definition of the term, suggested by Wikipedia, as being writing that’s ‘concerned with social commentary, political criticism, or reflection on the human condition’. It’s the nearest I can get to myself but I’m happy to leave the reader to form their own opinion. It’s not really that important; “there are greater things in heaven and earth,” as has previously been noted by a far superior writer to me.