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Time: H.G. Wells Short Story Competition 2019, 2019 (eds L. Joyce, T Scofield & L. Stoddart
My first editing credit, for the 2019 H.G. Wells Short Story Competition. Unfortunately, I’m just an ‘et al’ on Amazon! If only my parents had named me Aaron A Aardvark…
Available in paperback and Kindle. Amazon link below:
Shortlisted and Published by H.G. Wells Short Story Competition:
The H.G. Wells Short Story Competition can be found at: H.G. Wells Short Story Competition
Degrees of Separation in Class: H.G. Wells Short Story Competition 2015, 2015 (ed. Liz Joyce).
Please support the competition by buying the anthology if you can, or else, read the final edited, as published story, here: Degrees of Separation (as published by HGW) – July 2015
Diaspora, in Flight: H.G. Wells Short Story Competition 2013, 2013 (ed. Rosie Vidovix Unsworth)
Please support the competition by buying the anthology if you can, or else, read the final edited, as published story, here: Diaspora (as published by HGW) – June 2013
Published by Thanet Writers:
Thanet Writers can be found at: thanetwriters.com
Essay: Are You Sitting Comfortably? – published February, 2020
Advice to authors on the ergonomics of their workstations.
Alone – published February, 2020
A downtrodden spouse reaches breaking point.
Spotlight: Robert Calvert – published December, 2019
A fond mini-biography of the late, great Robert Calvert – poet, playwright, novelist and Hawkwind vocalist.
Book Club – published October, 2019
Upon returning from The Crimean war, a Victorian gentlemen joins a new, and rather different, reading circle.
Jilted – published August, 2019
The best man has the tables turned on him in this tongue-in-cheek tale of Victorian murder.
Lomea – published January, 2019
A monk from Canterbury investigates rumours of heresy on the Island of Lomea, just off the ancient port of Sandwich.
“Flipper-gripping horror” according to one review!
From the Diary of Jane Pugin – published November 2018
An horrific re-imagining of the demise of notable Victorian and Ramsgatonian, Augustus Pugin
Secrets – published October, 2018
Secrets can be dangerous, as Jeff finds out during a high-speed car journey.
The Wannabe Author – published June, 2018
Procrastination wasn’t just Hamlet’s forte. We’ve all been there, haven’t we?
Steamed Punks – published May, 2018
Museums can be dangerous places, especially in Victorian Margate. Two thugs attempt to take on the curator.
Published by the Inspirations Writers Group:
The Inspirations Writers Group can be found on Facebook, at: Inspiration Writers
Clear Blue Waters and Caught Blue Handed – published May, 2021, in Blue, 2021 (ed. Karen Ince).
Please support Inspirations Writers Group by buying the anthology, soon to be available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle formats.
Otherwise you can read them here, for free:
Clear Blue Waters (as Published in Blue – May, 2021) A prose poem about a tranquil loch
Caught Blue Handed (as published in Blue – May, 2021) A deluded husband wreaks a horrible revenge
Johnny in the Waiting Room – published November, 2018, in Yellow, 2018 (ed. Karen Ince).
Johnny awakes to find himself in an other-worldly waiting room, where his eternal- future is on the line.
Please support Inspirations Writers Group by buying the Yellow anthology. You can buy it here or as an e-book on Amazon.
Otherwise, you can read Johnny in the Waiting Room, for free, here: Johnny In The Waiting Room (as published in Yellow) – November, 2018
The Hero – published February, 2020, in Green, 2020 (ed. Karen Ince).
Hero or anti-hero is a matter of perspective in this short fantasy piece.
Please support Inspirations Writers Group by buying the Green anthology. You can buy it here or as an e-book on Amazon.
Otherwise, you can read The Hero, for free, here: The Hero (as published in Green) – February, 2020
Published by Blue Nib:
Clear Blue Waters – published August, 2020, thebluenib.com
A 300-word prose-poem set around a Scottish Loch.
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