Hidden stories that need unlocking.

There are plenty of things I could tell you, things about my book and what I want to write in the future. However, my novels have secrets that only they can tell. What I can share are short stories that I’ve written. If you would like to read one, and have the opportunity to take part in giveaways and prizes, then sign up for my newsletter. Recipients will receive a ‘key’ to unlock hidden stories on my website.

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The first hidden story on offer – Seeing is believing.

 

Maggie claimed there were the ghosts of squirrels in Harlton Woods. As we walked amongst the bluebells, I’d point at the squirrels on the branches and she’d tell me which were ghosts and which were alive. According to Maggie even the fox I spied in the hollow of an oak was a ghost. The woods weren’t exactly spooky. Just old trees with knotted branches and moss covered bark. I played along with her; it’s what friends do when they’re innocent and young.

 

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Can’t wait? Me neither.

Are you a little impatient? Or restless? That’s me sometimes. I’m either very impulsive in my reasoning or alternatively hesitant, holding back just in case I’ve missed something important.  Waiting for proofs to arrive and reviewers to review is clearly testing my patience, but I know this is all part of the wonderful world of publishing. I just need to keep focused on writing the next book – that’s my job.

As a writer, I naturally want my book to be read. I’m also a reader. I do most of my reading in bed in the evening and go to sleep with words folding themselves into my dreams.

If you’re waiting to read my book then I can offer you a sneak preview by way of the first chapter. So if you want to read it, then please sign up for my newsletter. Now and again I’ll be sharing short stories, books I’ve read and recommend, and snippets of news about my works in progress.

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