Want to read some of my stories for free?
The Big Shop, my Covid -themed short story came second in a Worthing WOW competition in 2020. The Worthing Herald Online reproduced the three winners: here.
Stories For The Train website now no longer exists, but my short story is still available to read. It takes 6 minutes to read and might even make you laugh. Here’s the link to Orchid Delirium
Aldwick Publishing is my usual publisher. Details of the books can be found on their website or to purchase from Amazon. Independent booksellers should be able to order a copy if they don’t have it in stock already.
- My own collection of short stories came out in 2017. News Of Leon & Other Tales . Signed copies available for £5 if you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your address and I will send BACS or Paypal details. Click here to see the glowing reviews from readers and reviewers.
2. Chichester Ghost Tour came out early 2017 and the 2nd edition was published in 2018. For three years I led the tour as part of the Festival of Chichester; and now take private bookings for tours: e.g. in aid of charities like Cancerwise; and as the Halloween Ghost Tour in 2019 for The Novium, Chichester and as part of the University of Chichester’s studnet activities. The book itself can be used as a self-guided tour and/or pub crawl (hic!). Click here to see readers reviews. Private tours can be arranged by contacting me via email@example.com.
3. Meet The Winners was the Bognor Regis Write Club’s 2019 anthology and the winning entries from our West Sussex short story competition. Click to see the pics from the evening.
‘This is a superb collection of stories.’ From ingénue magazine, Autumn 2019.
4. A Feast of Christmas Stories came out in November 2019. I was co-editor alongside Rosemary Noble, Patricia Feinberg Stoner, and Angela Petch. Proud to see my story: The Best behaved Girl In Bognor in the same book as stories from the wonderful Beryl Kingston and Brighton’s Peter Bartram. The perfect Christmas present.
5 & 6. A Blast On the Waverley’s Whistle and The View From Here are the first 2 anthologies of the Bognor Regis Write Club, published 2017 and 2018. Short stories or poems from talented local writers. Click here to see readers reviews.