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Soaps Don’t Lather

My short story When Soaps Don’t Lather features in this wonderful anthology due for release July 5th. So excited to read all the stories!

Albatross

Lingering, in the shadow you lurk, Although there have been a thousand sun rises, Since I escaped, away from your claws. Will I ever feel truly emancipated? Care free, no looking over my shoulder, No heart racing, dry mouth anxiety. Albatross. What is it like to be without you? To drown you in a seaContinue reading “Albatross”

Hope for tomorrow

A crack, a split, a tear in the seam A scab you can’t leave alone. Locked in, caged, tied down, A bird, trapped, that had once flown. Wishing I could switch it off,  Disable the plug of power. Instead the climb to peace of mind, Feels like an infinite tower. I grab and scratch atContinue reading “Hope for tomorrow”

Perfect Match

An excerpt of my latest short piece… Ruby placed her pen down and looked at her notepad with a satisfied smile. She sighed, contently, her list, or non-negotiables was complete. It wasn’t all about visuals. Aesthetically pleasing was most definitely a welcome bonus, but it wasn’t the be all and end all. She wasn’t thatContinue reading “Perfect Match”

Seaside Sour

I have recently wrote a short play about homelessness. Here’s the introduction There’s something about the seaside. Something about the innocence of childhood, the memories, that draws us to the seaside. Memories of family time, fish and chips, candy floss, loads of ice cream. Memories of fairground rides and hook a duck, bingo and cupsContinue reading “Seaside Sour”

Creeping

There it was, pumping through my veins. Inside my body, engulfing me like quicksand. It had crept up on me, yet I knew it was coming. Like a bolt of lightning in a thunderstorm, expectant but frightening none the less. I had ignored the warning signs, again. It was in my throat, my lungs, myContinue reading “Creeping”

A Time Like No Other

The pandemic has changed life in monumental ways. Our lives have become different to anything we have ever known, and we have had to adapt in a multitude of methods. Life cannot come to an abrupt halt, but individuals and services across the world have had to react, flex and respond to an influx ofContinue reading “A Time Like No Other”

The Dinner Club

Chapter 10: Eddie Grief Once, Eddie had asked a friend Paul about grief. Paul had lost his mother, seven years earlier. Paul had said that sometimes it felt like his mother was away on holiday, and then sometimes it felt like he had not seen her for thirty years, a lifetime. Eddie felt exactly likeContinue reading “The Dinner Club”


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