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Wimpy Weaselwood's flatmate and best friend, Laurel Balmoral, becomes infatuated with a girl who works at a Chinese takeaways joint in their hometown of Oceanside. Is there hope of romance blooming on the horizon for Laurel, or a sea of gloom? Read More

Book / Humor

July 03, 2019

Reads: 9128

Comments: 5

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

If you like your humour without strong language, sex, smut and violence, you have come to the right place. Read More

Reads: 45

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This is one og the short stories from a collection I am working. They are all stories from growing up on the island. Read More
What if you were to wake up and find you had space-shifted overnight into something exactly wrong for your situation? That is how Quist, personal assistant to the -Ruler of the Universe- starts his day, this day, when he wakes up as a gerbil . . . Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 12, 2019

Reads: 44

Comments: 1

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people as numbers meet up in a bar, with a silly cryptic answer, at the end. What is it? Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 09, 2019

Reads: 107

Comments: 7

Shelves: 2

The The Imaginarium House

If you have a penchant for something dirty (literally), this one's for you! Read More

Reads: 92

Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

A modern corporation will embrace its users. Photo by Jacob Postuma on Unsplash (370 words). Read More

Featured Review by Derina Penn

" I liked the way you described the AI story. It is likely to be true in the future. Having a romance with an AI. Not sure about technician part..." Read More

Word spread and soon everybody was saying the same thing. A ghost haunted the boy’s bathroom. A sniffing ghost. No boy dared to enter the bathroom alone, we always paired up. Two is better than one. It’s quite the story, one I haven’t forgotten. The story of the bathroom ghost. Read More
“From the paradise, that Cantor created for us, no-one can expel us,” (Hilbert, 1925) - 1,000 words. Parental advisory: advanced maths content. Image from Pixabay. Read More

Featured Review by Derina Penn

"Well. This story certainly convinced me that Maths is hard. Daddy. Is there any simpler version of stories for kids? " Read More

Reads: 67

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A diary found on a now-defunct social-media site (1,750 words). Image by Arek Socha from Pixabay. Parental advisory: advanced physics content. Read More
All in fun - the painting (note the smile on the corpse) is called "Well-known Volunteer (Resting at Last)" and it was painted to go with the end of the poem. Anyone deeply involved in any kind of volunteer organization may appreciate this humour! Read More

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Comments: 3

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This is just a story/ramble more so, about where I am today in life, compared to a year ago. I haven't put much thought into this writing piece, I've been stuck for months with trying to get past my writers block so please be patient with my grammatical errors, and… Read More
This is a follow on story for The Last Goodbye, my book published recently. If you haven't read it yet may I suggest dear reader you read it first as this is in effect Episode 2. I hope you enjoy catching up with all the characters. Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 22, 2019

Reads: 59

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Friendship is precious. Read More
Another memory of my daughter Read More
This is a poem I wrote for my daughter when she was growing up Read More

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Comments: 4

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Tags: humour, fun, flowers

In memory of two special ladies who made a big impact on my life. I miss them greatly but treasure the memories. Read More
What if some thing or creature had the power of god, and you could do your bidding? Read More

Reads: 97

Comments: 5

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Another five minute Poe Read More

Tags: humour

Brian has collapsed in the garden and ended up in hospital. In a moving and often humourous soliloquy, he talks to the audience about things that have happened to him and how he feels now that he has arrived at this crucial point in his life. Read More
One stormy night, a lost motorist in a car that is about to die, comes across Chaddleworth, an old house in the middle of the countryside, a port in any storm. The driver is helped into the warmth and safety of his home by the mysterious Eldon Street and in… Read More
Bérénice: passionately left-wing, determined to set me free. (630 words). This is not personal. Well, I once knew a girl called Bérénice. And I was arrested at a demonstration. And I was acquitted. Let's just say semi-autobiographical at best. Image sourced from prettysleepy1 at Pixabay. Read More

Featured Review by HJFURL

"I love it when you talk dialectic, Adam! As much as I love your writing. HJ" Read More

How hard can it be to pitch a book these days? Very, as I found out. Read More
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