His mind was elsewhere initially as he strolled some-what mechanically down London’s premier shopping district focusing only on the space immediately in front of him.Suddenly his eye caught a familiar shape, maybe even a familiar walk; the back of a person, a person who for no particular reason had made his pulse race. He stopped … Continue reading Brief Encounter …
As the Collins boy carried on forging a reputation at school for his considerable athletic skills, the dark clouds of war were once again gathering over Europe. The Armistice agreement that stopped hostilities in 1918 had fuelled the rise of Herr Hitler looking for some reparations with a vengeance and so at 11:15 on September … Continue reading The Blitz …
The voice didn’t shock or surprise him although when she first spoke, Glenn Carlisle was not expecting it being deep in thought over his current dilemma. The voice was silky, low toned and carrying the accent of a good English education. The tantalizing aroma that followed it made his pulse race, the expensive Parisian perfume … Continue reading Finding Charlotte
Great stories … in a series … but what constitutes a Saga? Family Saga’s ... what are they really? Well, they can be whatever you want them to be as a writer, but does the reader think like you do? Should books in a series really be treated as Saga’s by the marketing men and … Continue reading Great stories … in a series …
Deliver By Moonlight – A great summer read.In this captivating work of historical fiction, the birth of an illegitimate child, the formation of the American covert operations OSS and the Nazi invasion of France, all combine to bring two people together to face a shocking truth neither thought possible.A child born out of wedlock leads … Continue reading Deliver By Moonlight
Half a million words ... this is what they look like! Short stories, long stories, novels, novellas, literary collections, published, unpublished, self published and stuff still lying at the bottom of a dusty draw. These are all just ‘words’ at the end of the day. But what’s the point of producing all these ‘words’? Is … Continue reading Half a million words … who could imagine?
Who deals the cards ... in the writing game? Whatever you write, whoever you write it for, whoever you write it to, wherever you write and eventually how you actually write it will always depend upon what you want to do with it. The ‘It’ word refers to your ambition, your laziness, your self-pride, your … Continue reading Who deals the cards … in the writing game?
You laugh ... or you cry ... your choice ..!With something for everyone; scenario’s each one of you will recognise and characters that actually live next door ... ‘Things You Should Know About Women’ is an exercise in satirical fiction you will definitely want to pass around to your mates. Caution! A sense of humor … Continue reading You laugh … or you cry … your choice!
Three books … three winners and three losers! The second coming … or someone coming second? That’s the question and only a techno-thriller like ‘The Ludlum Prediction’ has the answer. However, if the game turns to being a fast paced thriller, leaving a bloody trail of death and deception spanning the Middle East and Africa … Continue reading Three books … three winners … three losers!
The attractive and well mannered receptionist took her visitor in to see Mr Jeremiah Winston who greeted him with a broad smile and a firm handshake.‘I am most pleased to meet you Mr ... er ... is it cor-rect to call you Mr Voclain or Charbonneau?’‘I really do need to get used to using my … Continue reading Carlisle