Category Archives: Short stories

Leominster Library Social Evening

On Thursday, 30th April, the Friends of Leominster Library are organising a fund raising social event in Leominster Library between 7.30pm and 9.00pm. It will be a fun evening, admission £3.00, to include refreshments. I will be talking about: The ups and downs of a short story  writer, and there will  be time for questions and chat. No need to book, just come along and enjoy the evening

A taster

Want a peek at the stories in Twist & Mix ? Visit my website – – ‘A taster’ page and read more . . .





Mission accomplished!

Twist & Mix, my new collection of short stories, has finally been published. My deadline was the end of April – I have a few days to spare! The book is available from Amazon in paperback or to download. I hope you enjoy it. See the Twist & Mix page for a taster.

Twist & Mix is an eclectic cocktail of stories to tantalise every taste.

Mix the humour of village life with the fascination of the supernatural; the intrigue of crime with a smidgeon of fear; before adding a twist of emotion and romance.

Twenty two thought-provoking stories that will surprise and amuse; inspire the imagination and leave the reader wondering.

Nearly there!

Twist & Mix, the new collection of short stories, will be published before the end of the month. Stating that fact gives me a deadline, something I need to stop procrastinating! So, don’t hesitate to nag me if I don’t keep my promise

Twist & Mix

Twist & Mix – a concoction of tales to tantalise every taste – coming soon!

Half Price Sale

Half Price Sale!

Destiny’s Footprints and Sweet Destiny are now available for £3.00 each (inc. p&p)


See: ‘Books for Sale’ page

Shadow of a Memory – short Kindle read

On the canal, a narrow boat rocks gently beneath the swaying willows. A peaceful scene and a safe haven for the runaway Naomi. Or is it? A stranger moors his boat nearby and Naomi’s fear returns. He knows her name. Is he a danger to her life as she hides from the man whose criminal activities she has witnessed? Or is he another fugitive, passing fleetingly through her life? As the ripples from her actions spread increasingly wider, danger creeps insidiously closer and events take a startling twist.

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