Here are a collection of books and publications I have written in/for/published.

Click on the pictures to be directed to pages offering more details about the publications, including where they can be found/acquired.


“What is a story?

A story is a collection of paragraphs, featuring a collection of sentences, featuring a collection of words, featuring a further collection of letters; which when bolted together create an incident.

In this book you will find a collection of incidents which feature (but aren’t limited to) Dinosaurs, a Crocodile, a Giraffe, Naughty Children, and a Bored Superhero.”

Available in both Paperback and Kindle formats.

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“These Christmas-inspired stories and poems are the perfect quick read!

From old romantics to comedy to blood-curdling horror, and from tales of Santa’s pants to those of neighbourly love, this well-rounded seasonal anthology is sure to contain something you’ll love.

And the best bit? Many of the stories are flash fiction, meaning they can be read in just a couple of minutes or less, so you can fit in a quick read on your lunch break or in the queue at the store.

26 stories, written by 16 authors from Preston, Lancashire in the UK, Seasonal Shorts is our gift to you at Christmas. Which will be your favourite?

Download Seasonal Shorts now and let it put a smile on your face today.”

Available in both Paperback and Kindle formats.

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What does love mean to you?

Love, Literally, is a collection of 40 short reads, each encapsulating the theme of ‘love’:

    • First love reignited
    • Romantic encounters
    • Love in unusual circumstances
    • The pain of a lover scorned
    • The purity of love only a parent knows
    • And much, much more…

Love can be romantic and magical, or sometimes dark or disturbing, and this anthology takes you on a journey through its many guises. This is not chick lit, this is love in the raw.

Love, Literally, features the exciting work of 20 talented authors.

Available in both Paperback and Kindle formats.



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