My story got an honourable mention in the On The Premises mini ‘Lost and Found’ competition. You can read it, and the winners, here.
The piece is based
My story Lost Sparkle is in the current issue of Woman’s Weekly. It’s set in a doctor’s surgery, which is where I got the idea for it. Everyone there looked quite healthy, including myself I hope as
My latest collection of short stories, Slightly Spooky Stories II is now available!
Ghosts, sixth sense and things not of this world aren’t always scary, though they can be. Some help or warn, frighten or comfort those who perceive them. Others are here for their own purposes, waiting for a chance to move on. We might see, hear or feel them, perhaps they’ll only reach us through our subconscious.
Are ghosts memories and echoes of the past, contacts from another time and place, or figments of our imagination? Whether you believe in them or not, ghosts, spirits and mysterious spooking happenings all provide stories. This collection contains 24 of them.
Gary and I have spent the last two months travelling around Scotland. He spent a lot of that time working. I on the other hand …
My latest short story collection Perfect Timing is available now at the introductory price of 99p / 99c.
Whether we have long hours to fill, or not a moment to spare, time plays an important part in all our lives. We might not watch the clock, but we can’t escape the impact of the seconds ticking away. Time waits for no woman, neither will it accelerate at her command. It’s no more considerate of men, children and teddy bears.
I’m currently living up to my travelling writer tag on a trip up to Scotland. This is Dunstanburgh, on the English side of the border.
And this is