Tag: short stories

Tales of Starships & Apocalypse

Tales of Starships & Apocalypse

| July 13, 2019

An Anthology of Starships & Apocalypse. Discover stories of immortality, exploration and survival in an often bizarre and cruel universe. Armies clash, heroes flee, and a fridge somehow gets involved in the action. From the depths of the sea to the edge of the universe, find out what it means to be an intelligent piece […]

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One Sea, Many Shores

One Sea, Many Shores

| June 20, 2019

One great sea wraps our world, lapping many shores, caressing all coasts with its never-ending tides.These pages hold tales from far-flung beaches, awash with folklore and history. Dip in for quick reads and glimpses of distant lands!

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The Wheel of Fortune & Other Stories

The Wheel of Fortune & Other Stories

| June 20, 2019

This is my tenth collection of short stories. An elderly man becomes ‘news’ after he writes about his encounter with Ernest Hemingway in Pamplona years ago. A writer holidaying in West Texas meets James Dean in Marfa years after the latter’s supposed death. A postal clerk remembers selling a stamp to John Wayne who was […]

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Jerry the Squirrel: Volume One

Jerry the Squirrel: Volume One

| June 18, 2019

For Jerry, nothing ever turns out the way he wants it to. Join Jerry the Squirrel in this fun set of short stories as his inventions lead him on hilarious adventures that captivate both children and adults alike! Jerry the Squirrel can also be heard on Chat and Spin Radio on Thursdays at 7pm (UK […]

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Something in the Water

Something in the Water

| May 20, 2019

A young man obsessed with his childhood crush lives vicariously watching her through his telescope, a mysterious song causes people to sleepwalk to a dark place, a teacher wrestles with the consequences of a one night stand, a girl attempts to destroy her high school, an addict searches the woods for well dressed animals, the […]

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Twenty Miles West of Branch, Texas and other stories

Twenty Miles West of Branch, Texas and other stories

| May 11, 2019

From a desert highway in West Texas to the plains of frontier Kansas to an abandoned mine in New Mexico, from a courtroom to a high school girls’ speech contest to a nursing home, from the side yard of a suburban home to a youth revival to the halls of an urban high school, K.C. […]

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Aliens and Androids

Aliens and Androids

| April 28, 2019

If Ray Bradbury and Douglas Adams collaborated on writing, they’d present something like this incredible collection of science fiction short stories. Have you ever wondered what an alien abduction is like from the alien’s viewpoint? Can a dying woman receive solace and comfort from a machine? What would it be like to fall into the hands of a get-rich-quick […]

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Broken Stories

Broken Stories

| January 6, 2019

Reminiscent of Edward P. Jones, these are delicately-crafted stories about the cracks and empty spaces that enter people’s lives. Elvis playing roulette. A retired railway worker who lives in a restored train carriage. A middle-aged mother embarking on a journey to China. Each story captures the challenges and doubts that face us all.

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Close Calls

Close Calls

| December 31, 2018

Praise for the Sam Archer thriller series: ‘I’ve read the entire collection now and each one is a stand alone that is terrific. Best series I’ve ever read’   ‘I have read every book in this series. Unlike so many other ‘series’ books, this one gets better with each book’   ‘I’d go for ten […]

Revenge in the Sprawl: A Cyberpunk Story

Revenge in the Sprawl: A Cyberpunk Story

| December 22, 2018

Crime is rife in the Sprawl. Life is dangerous. No one forgives. In the smog-choked streets of the Sprawl, everyone is a criminal. Leon is no exception. He and his crew steal from the wealthy corporations by pirating the sky-lanes and flogging their stolen wares on the hungry streets. But when a street deal goes […]

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