Last Updated Jul 22, 2016
New short story
I am currently working on a new short story. It's called "The Aftermath". It's based on the idea that in a lot of fiction you only get to see up to a certain point in the story, you get to see the characters overcome whatever obstacle was there, but rarely do you see some of the "real" aftermath such as how things turned out for the character who helped out, but lost everything in the process.
Book / War and Military
Short Story / Humor
Short Story / War and Military
- A story of Love, loss and heartbreak set against an invasion of the US mainland.
“I was gripped from the start and it just pulled along until I was eventually disappointed that it ended”
" Yet again you've easily swept me into another one of your FANTASTIC NOVELS."
“ brilliant descriptions! and what a hero you have created!self sacrificing and brave! action packed and thoroughly entertaining!”
“ Can't believe how attached I am to the characters already- it's on the first freakin' chapter! A solid female character is hard to find nowadays in books; annoys the hell out of me when they're whiny, but your characters aren't like that.”
“Im glad I stayed and caught up with your chapters. Your style of writing can take you very far period but surely for this story. They bind perfectly.”
That Bastard Seagull - A humorous short story where I take on an evil seagull in a battle of wills.
“This is absolutely fantastic, I just laughed all the way through it. It reminded me of a grown up cartoon.”
“ This was incredibly funny and really original. The main character's reactions to the seagull were the best for me.”
“I swear your stories should come with a warning , ie - this story could seriously damage one's ribs due to over laughter and some family members may think you've lost the plot.”
My Wonderful Day Trip - Another amusing tale from the darker recesses of my mind. Winner of Letsgetreading's Use a Song Lyric Contest.
“This was full of comical moments it brought a tear to my eye because at the end I've never laughed so hard reading a story before.”
“This truly did have me cackling out loud and I just love it when a story can do that, your writing is so good that you don't even need much, just a few words and some dialogue and BAM an amazing read.”
My Favourite Booksie Authors:
R A B Bradbury, KM2
My Favourite Booksie Novels:
Married to Unhappiness : Anna's Attic
Breaking All the Rules : Riding with Boys
Big Things Come In Small Packages
World of Io
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