Jobs & Opps
's (a.k.a. Dee) Short Story collection
Back in England
is published on Amazon. (Available Now)
Characters in England and abroad are challenged by who, or what they really are in work, unemployment, or even meeting themselves in the street.
's (a.k.a. Linda Cash)
is published in . (Available Now)
Linda Cash's poems have poise, ease and charm. They will draw you in, then make you smile. But take care. This is a poetry of surprises. It can slide into your skin like a knife. - Alison Brackenbury
's (a.k.a. Dee Weaver)
The Winter House
is published . (Available Now)
It would take more than flowers and remorse to make amends. He could taste her anger in the air that he breathed. She wasn’t satisfied. She wanted revenge. He wasn’t forgiven... The Winter House stands on the western slopes of the Pennines, near Lanca
's (a.k.a. JJ Toner) Pre-war detective short story
is published in Amazon Kindle and Smashwords (for other eReaders). (Available 7 April, 2015)
Germany, March 1933. Hitler and the Nazi Party have swept into power. In Munich, Kommissar Saxon of the civilian police force is hunting a brutal killer that stalks the streets of the city. But the shadow of the SS hangs over the investigation.
's (a.k.a. Alan C. Williams) romance novel
Christmas Down Under
is published in My Weekly Pocket Novels. (Available 13th December 2018)
Set in Sydney during the swinging sixties, ex-pat Pamela Grant finds herself torn between returning to England with her daughter, Sharon, or staying with her new Aussie boyfriend, Nick. Unfortunately her boss at work has his own plans for Pamela.
's (a.k.a. Timothy Bull) SF Love Story
is published in Amazon.
His career scuppered by an incompetent junior, Dorpen finds himself posted to planet Earth. Reluctantly paired with the enigmatic Cadet Te'ra, he finds the quest to redeem himself overtaken by forces beyond his imagination.
Pen and Ink
's (a.k.a. J.M. Forster) Children's
Bad Hair Days
is published by Scribblepad Press. (Available 5th September 2017)
Wearing a wig means Mallow can hide her hair loss. But now someone’s sending her creepy messages. It’s a race to stop them before everyone discovers her secret. Losing her hair was hard enough – but will she lose the people she cares about too?
's (a.k.a. Oonah V Joslin) Poetry Collection
THREE POUNDS OF CELLS
is published by The Linnet's Wings Press. (Available 18th October 2016)
How do we know what is real? What is your first memory? Have you ever had a dream that was so real you thought it was real? When our brain stops do we? Are the music and the light real? Poetry Kit Book of the Month Dec 16
's (a.k.a. Neil Nixon with Thom Nixon) Non-fiction: popular music
500 Albums You Won't Believe...Until You Hear Them
is published by Gonzo Multimedia. (Available Now)
Co-authored round up of some of the strangest, most cultish and criminally overlooked long-players in the history of popular music.
's (a.k.a. Barbara Godwin) Children's Story
Mr McMarvel's Amazing Machines
is published on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, iBooks, Kobo. (Available 31st January, 2013)
Tim is a keen young helper at Mr McMarvel’s workshop, and he’s desperate to learn how to make amazing machines. There’s Rupert, (Mr McMarvel’s robot,) the Unlock-Anything Machine, and the Grunts-Squeaks-and Scary-Noises Machine for starters. Not to mentio
's (a.k.a. Rebecca Lloyd) Short STory
is published in Tartarus Press. (Available 26th March 2014)
Rebecca Lloyd’s new collection of sixteen strange stories, nine of which are previously unpublished, is made up of tales of unease with a sprinkling of the ghostly, menacing and fantastical. The stories inhabit the fragile space between fantasy and realit
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January 2019 Moon Award
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won’t you celebrate with me
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