Welcome to my website. This website is my writing portfolio where you can see all my published stories. As well as a portfolio of work, from here you can keep up to date with my latest news, and my general thoughts on this unexpected writing journey of mine. So if you’re a publisher, editor, reader, alien, etc., please feel free to browse.
Latest Blog Post
Q1 2021 Goals Review and Q2 2021 GoalsApril 3, 2021 7:37 pm...Read more
I’m Taking Part in My First Camp NaNoWriMoMarch 20, 2021 7:14 pm
It’s nearly April, and that means it’s nearly time for the first Camp NaNoWriMo of 2021.
For those of you who don’t know, Camp NaNoWriMo is a global writing event that takes place in April and July. It’s like NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).
Latest Published Work
Merry DreadmasDecember 9, 2020 1:42 pm
Enjoy eight Christmas-themed horror flash fictions that’ll make you see Christmas differently this year.
In this collection, the characters are all different, but they have one thing that unites them: they all learn that not everyone has a Merry Christmas; some have a Merry Dreadmas....Read more
Why Should I Wear a Mask?August 29, 2020 2:47 pm
‘Why Should I Wear a Mask?’ is a 100-word short story. John refuses to wear a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic, but his decision is something he may live to regret.
The story was written for the Friday Flash Fiction’s Edinburgh Festival Competition. I didn’t win the competition, but my story was published on the website — all accepted entries are posted on the website. And it got a good comment, so I’m happy about that....Read more
Lost in His Safe PlaceAugust 30, 2020 1:58 pm
Johnny tentatively walks up to the two ladies sitting behind the main library desk: one lady has black braids pulled up into a ponytail, and the other has shoulder-length curly brown hair. He doesn’t recognise these librarians, but they could still help him....Read more
Cake for a NeighbourAugust 2, 2020 6:47 pm
‘I’ll make a cake. That’s what I’ll do, and I’ll make it now.’ Sally rushed into the pantry, pushing pots and pans aside. Where was it? Oh, she really did need to sort out this pantry.
‘Aha! Here you are.’ She grabbed the round baking tin and pulled it out from under the clutter of pots and pans. Yes, when she had time, she would sort out this pantry. But now, she had a more important job to do — make this cake, and make it now....Read more