Micro fiction featured!

I’m so pleased and proud. My little 99-word story, based on a prompt of ‘Watching Kettles’, has been featured on Patricia Osborne’s blog.[ Click here ]I love tiny stories. It’s not quite a Drabble (which needs to be exactly 100 words), but it’s close. I hope you enjoy it. If this is the sort of

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Corruption of Innocents

Following discussions with some of my fellow writing colleagues, I’ve decided to pick up a book I initially wrote during the 2015 NaNoWriMo challenge. The title keeps changing, and it’s been “Corruption“, “The Innocents“, and “Corruption of Innocents“. Titles are important to me! After some back-and-forth, I decided to make this a companion piece to

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100kword100days update

Further to my 2019 goals, I’ve been working on the novel “MELTDOWN”, during the 100kwords100days challenge. It was going pretty well – it’s more of a rewrite than a first draft. The first draft was written way back in 2013, during NaNoWriMo. The story sort of held together, but there were several plot holes. And

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New website design

I went and redesigned my website! Ain’t she purrdy? Just in time for my appearance at the Essex Book Festival – author day. How exciting! Come and see me, if you can, at Chelmsford Library. I’ll be on table 3 between 1pm and 2pm, and I’ll also me mooching around at other times, too. [

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Welcome, 2016

So, here we are again. Another New Year – countries to the East of us here in the UK have dropped into 2016 already. So in this increasingly globalised society, we are all in the New Year. Sort of. None of us knows what lies in store for us, as individuals, as a country, as

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*silence*

I’m like a donkey in the desert. The donkey in the desert is a story, wherein a hungry and thirsty donkey, wandering through the desert (stay with me here) climbs a rise, and sees food. And water. And, by a strange quirk of fate, finds himself exactly in the middle of the food and water.

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