Short Story – Full Moon To Manhattan

A short and sweet Christmas oddity for you.  If you’ve read Lexington Black, you know the ending. This is a What Happens Next, with a bit of black Christmas magic, courtesy of the Archangel Gabriel from the film, The Prophecy. (Yes, the one with Christopher Walken as Gabriel, surely one of the most genius pieces of casting ever.) Continue reading “Short Story – Full Moon To Manhattan”

Join me in Lady J’s Pawsome Readers Group

Happy December, everyone. However you celebrate, I wish you all the best this month can offer. I have two things to tell you about today. If you’d like to find out more about my books and meet other like-minded folk, I have set up the Lady J’s Pawsome Readers group on Facebook. It’s a privateContinue reading “Join me in Lady J’s Pawsome Readers Group”

Short Story – The Family Tree

Genre: LGBT family short story Along the A40, between Stokenchurch and Studley Green, is an ash tree covered in shoes. There are plenty of theories as to why it is there, but no-one really knows for sure. Some say it’s a pagan ritual for fertility, or just youthful high spirits that have continued down theContinue reading “Short Story – The Family Tree”

The Hanging Tree

Genre: gruesome short story (adult themes and language) Coffee time chills. Sit back, relax and enjoy this gruesome story I wrote back in October 2016, which was inspired by a dead tree I still see every day outside Stokenchurch in Buckinghamshire. Gary turned off Junction 5 and headed towards Stokenchurch, as he always did onContinue reading “The Hanging Tree”