Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #8

Okay - confession time. I missed last week's edition. Partial excuse in tomorrow's post, but to today: Lat time we were given a view of life when TED and his wife, Sissy, moved to the village of Haverley. As difficult as it was, it became infinitely harder when Sissy was diagnosed with a brain tumour. … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #8

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Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #6

Welcome to Saturday, and the next part of the serialisation of the horror, Die, Blossom, Bloom. You can find the previous part HERE and the first part HERE. Today,  Ted's garden is visited by a night time prowler, and Butler-Thompson is on hand to check out the damage, and perhaps gloat... That night, Ted found … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #6

New Short Story for Comments – Acceptance

I have enjoyed reading short stories for quite some time and thus, I have written a lot of short stories. I currently have two short stories available for your comments over at Chapterbuzz.com , which is a site dedicated to giving writers a place to share their work, but also to allow readers to leave their … Continue reading New Short Story for Comments – Acceptance

Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #5

Saturday again, and time for more in the life of pensioner, TED HARRIS, the protagonist in my novella, Die, Blossom, Bloom. The story so far: Ted is troubled by dreams of his wife's death and struggles to come to terms with what he has done. He needs to keep his secret against questions from nosy … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #5

Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #4

You can catch up with the last part HERE where you will also find links to the previous parts. Today, we are given a glimpse into Ted and Sissy's life when they first moved to their idyllic village and some of the difficulties they faced. On we go... If asked, Ted and Sissy would both … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #4

Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #3

Welcome back to Saturday and another episode from my horror, Die, Blossom, Bloom. Catch up at the links below. Part1 | Part2 On to today's offering: Part TWO It was a full day before Geraldine Butler-Thompson returned. Ted knew she wouldn’t be able to stay away. He was sitting inside reading a book when he … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #3

Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #2

Happy Saturday!  Not sure what it's doing where you are weather-wise, but here in Nottingham, it's blowing a BLIZZARD!! Well, hunker down by the fire, grab a mug of coffee, and enjoy the second instalment of Die, Blossom, Bloom... links to the other parts of this serialisation: Part1 Part 1 (cont) Pushing himself out of … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #2

Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #1

I read a post recently by author Don Massenzino, which was the beginning of the serialisation of one of his short stories. It really struck a chord with me, and inspired me to share some of my own writing in a serialised form. I'd like to offer you Die, Blossom, Bloom to begin this series. … Continue reading Serial Saturday – Die, Blossom, Bloom #1

Fragment Friday: Dystopian Shopping Edition

This started off as a bit of a joke, the title came from a friend (Thanks CH), it was purely a writing exercise initially, but i keep adding to it. Who knows where it will lead, but I'm enjoying it for the moment. I hope you can too. The scaffolding the man stood on towered … Continue reading Fragment Friday: Dystopian Shopping Edition

How to get your hands on 30k words of FREE fiction

For a long time, I've been offering a free story to readers as an incentive to join my email list. It has been chugging along, adding people here and there, but I felt like I wanted to offer something more. Something different. But what? Two stories? I'm not sure if I can sell myself on … Continue reading How to get your hands on 30k words of FREE fiction