The ghost in the hill – coming soon



There are haunted places. There are haunted books. There are haunted people. There are haunted friendships.

Three new strange tales coming soon from the author of ‘The Old Maid‘, and ‘The Shorecliff Horror‘.

The Book Cellar – “The old woman wasn’t very nice or anything, but she was only a book seller, so far as I knew. And nothing really bad could ever happen to you in a bookshop, could it?”

Eleanor’s Diary“If I could just for a second feel that she was here with me, I think I’d take it. No matter how delusional, no matter how crazy I’d have to be to feel that way, I think it would be worth it.  Maybe you shouldn’t be in too much of a hurry to lose that feeling? Maybe a little bit of delusion is what we need sometimes?”

The Ghost in the Hill –  “All I’m saying is that I need to find the best story I can. I need to find it quickly, and I need to tell it as well as I can. Everything depends upon that. Everything.”


The minister’s wig

“The minister here wears a wig the colour of thunderstorms, as dark as his eyes, as bright as his smile.”

We have a new flash fiction piece published today in the October 16 issue of Ink in Thirds.

Take a look and download it here for free.

Thanks for reading.


Flash fictions

Time for a quick run down of flash fiction pieces we’ve had published over the past year or so.

Thanks for reading.

The Minister’s Wig – look out for this forthcoming in the October issue of Ink in Thirds

The Smile – published by the Flash Fiction Press

Daisy Chains – published by Fiction on the web

The Great Detective – published by Short-story me

Suspicion – published by Flash Fiction Magazine

Listening – published by The Drabble

Cornerstone – published by Wolf Publishing

Taking more – published by The Drabble

Lighting up the night – published by Wolf Publishing