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
A review of one of my short story collections.
A collection of 35 Perfect short stories to read on your lunch break ‘Just a Job‘ is a delightful read. I enjoyed them so much I was surprised to get to the end. My favourite was Fred’s Hat. I did intend a long review with notes about the individual stories but I didn’t want to give away spoilers.
There’s a good mix of poignant heart warming tales, tales with a twist and stories with lessons at their core. The characters are as intriguing as the plots. I loved all the stories and will have to give this a reread one day.
Patsy Collins often has her stories published in women’s magazines, you can check out all her collections and novels here don’t just take my word for it read this collection or one of the others yourself. You can see my review for ‘Not A Drop To Drink’
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In The Moment magazine have sent me a complimentary copy of issue 15, which contains a story of mine. That was a nice surprise as not many publishers still do this and I thought I’d have to wait until Tuesday when it’s in the shops to see it.
The current issue of Woman’s Weekly also
My story Absolutely Nothing is in the current issue (no 15, out 24th July) of In The Moment magazine. Of course I’m always very pleased to have a story published, but it seems extra special when it’s the first acceptance from that publication.
The story is about someone who didn’t want a fuss made made over her ‘big’ birthday, and sort of got what she wanted. I reached the same milestone as Helena not so long ago and like her didn’t fancy a big party. Thankfully I didn’t have to go through such an ordeal to get my wish.