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”

I’m now on Wattpad!

Because I’m between manuscripts, and not really ready to get stuck into another big one, I have a little time on my hands to make mischief. This doesn’t mean I’m not writing. Oh no. It just means I can have some fun with some fan fiction.  So I’ve created a Wattpad account, which you canContinue reading “I’m now on Wattpad!”

New Beginnings is now available

NEW BEGINNINGS A Short Story For Christmas Nick is not looking forward to his second Christmas without Sammi, his gorgeous ex-fiancee. She left him on New Year’s Eve, a week after their engagement, and he still doesn’t know why. A chance meeting whilst out Christmas shopping reveals that Sammi is now Sam, a transgender man.Continue reading “New Beginnings is now available”

New Beginnings (part of the A Holiday To Remember anthology and available standalone)

PRE-ORDER ON AMAZON! Part of the “A Holiday to Remember 2017 Series” Nick is not looking forward to his second Christmas without Sammi, his gorgeous ex-fiancee. She left him on New Year’s Eve, a week after their engagement, and he still doesn’t know why. A chance meeting whilst out Christmas shopping reveals that Sammi isContinue reading “New Beginnings (part of the A Holiday To Remember anthology and available standalone)”

Quick sweet romance read – Fallen Angel

He came from nowhere, executed a neat forward roll and landed prone, on his back, beneath the front wheels of Rachel’s car. There was no way she could have missed hitting him. She was too preoccupied with the news she and fifty of her work colleagues had had that morning, when the threat of theirContinue reading “Quick sweet romance read – Fallen Angel”

10 minute read – Full Moon To Manhattan (featuring Christopher Walken as Angel Gabriel)

Last year, I took part in WROTE Podcast’s Twelve Days Of Stories, a fantastic audio anthology of terrific authors and past guests of WROTE, who all came together to create a wide variety of short stories, all with a (sort of…) Christmas theme. This was ably voiced by Vance Bastian, whose dulcet tones can be heardContinue reading “10 minute read – Full Moon To Manhattan (featuring Christopher Walken as Angel Gabriel)”

The Thanksgiving Gift – A Coffee Time Read

I wrote this story a couple of years back. It was my first attempt at a full-on, all-out romance. Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate, and Peace and Goodwill to everyone else! The Thanksgiving Gift       ‘If you don’t want to help, why don’t you go visit Grandma,’ Eva’s mother said.  She wasContinue reading “The Thanksgiving Gift – A Coffee Time Read”

The Family Tree – a coffee time read

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 a Romany hex, or just youthful high spirits that have continued down the years.Continue reading “The Family Tree – a coffee time read”

The Hanging Tree – a gruesome coffee time read….

PG15 Adult themes, profanity and horror Similarities to real life people are purely coincidental. Coffee time chills. Sit back, relax and enjoy this gruesome story! Gary turned off Junction 5 and headed towards Stokenchurch, as he always did on a Friday evening. The traffic going into London had been heavy from Thame, due to anContinue reading “The Hanging Tree – a gruesome coffee time read….”