Feeling Dizzy

I’m very pleased to have my short story Dizzy in the latest issue of Ireland’s Own. There will also be two of mine in the July issue of Take A Break’s Fiction Feast, which will be out tomorrow.

 

 

If you prefer a longer read, you might like to know my two romance novels Firestarter and A Year And A Day are both reduced to 99p (or 99c) for the next couple of day.

 

I do like to be …

… beside the seaside. That’s how the song goes, and it’s true that I like being near the sea. That might explain why the coast features in quite a few of my stories.

I also like being in magazines. Well, when I say me, really I mean my name in the byline of stories. I’m not so bothered about geting my face on the page.

Currently I

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Future Feast

Two of my stories appear in the current (April) issue of Take a Break’s Fiction Feast. Both of them feature characters who can see into the future.

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Daisy, daisy.

daisy-chainsOne of my stories, They’re Just Flowers, appears in the current (March) edition of Take a Break’s Fiction Feast. It’s featured on the cover too – I like it when they do that.

Sometimes I tell you the story behind the story, but in this case it’s not so simple.

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Merry Christmas Ho Ho Ho

dsc_0045No, I’m not doing a dodgy Santa impression (not yet anyway). Nor am I sending an uncharacteristically early greeting. Merry Christmas Ho Ho Ho is the title of my story in the Christmas issue of Take a Break’s Fiction Feast which is in the shops now.

You know how I sometimes explain the inspiration behind my story? Well not

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A good idea

DSC_0214The inspiration for my story ‘A Very Special Place‘ came from an article in Writing Magazine which gave 101 places to find ideas. The interesting part (at least I think it’s interesting) is

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