‘Collected Writings Vol I’ is an opening anthology of fifteen pieces of short writing published in November 2018. It’s quite a disparate collection, both in terms of length, with stories ranging from just over one hundred to almost six thousand words, and subject matter. They’re mostly fictional stories although there’s a travelogue, Harry’s Tour, and a reflection on the reluctance of deer to follow even the most basic of rules of the road.
Hopefully, there should be something for everyone inside.More info →
Collected Writings - Vol II is another eclectic collection of shorts, this time ranging from the slightly humorous, ‘A New Dawn’, a story revolving around the pivotal effect that Dawn’s chance meeting with a flasher has on the both of them, to the more poignant, ‘But For the Grace of God’.
As with Vol I there should be something for everyone.More info →
By Way of an Introduction
It’s Midsummer in Treddoch Harbour, the time of the year when daylight seems to want to run on forever and night is just an unwanted and unwarranted intrusion.
It’s that time of year when the blackbird can still be heard singing far into the evening and children are resentful of going to bed, for daylight, somehow, manages to worm its way through even the tightest of drawn curtains.
Grown-ups too are tempted to stay awake just that little bit longer, even though they know they shouldn’t; work lurks behind the coming morning’s alarm. Sitting out of doors though in the soft, warm air with a glass of something or other is always a preferable alternative. Winter, with its sharp nights and damp days will come and confine them soon enough they know.More info →