Just Another Morning… Nearly

It wasn’t what was expected. After all, when you get up in the mornings you expect it to be – more or less – the same as every other morning. Each morning, after getting out of bed, I take a quick peek through the curtains to see what sort of weather is waiting out thereContinue reading “Just Another Morning… Nearly”

A Review of my What Dreams May Come

There is a great review of my What Dreams May Come, at Katherine’s Bookspace: Review: This is a little different from Hadley’s usual work, but still a great and interesting read! I found the subject of this book fascinating. Could there be a world running parallel to our own? The thought is certainly intriguing! How would thisContinue reading “A Review of my What Dreams May Come”

Free Kindle Novel: What Dreams May Come

  Free for the next five days What Dreams May Come Available here (UK) or here (US) Dreams are dangerous things. After a mental collapse forces him to sell his software company, entrepreneur Stephen Parker retreats to the quiet coastal village of Stoneyhaven, hoping to rebuild his life. Soon Parker discovers how dangerous dreams canContinue reading “Free Kindle Novel: What Dreams May Come”

First Contact

‘That one. The small blue and green one.’ ‘Are you sure?’ ‘Yes.’ ‘Signals…? What sort of signals?’ ‘Ah… that is where our scientists disagree.’ ‘Why? Surely the mere existence of the signal must indicate intelligent life?’ The chief scientist nodded his left head while one of his tentacles scratched the other. ‘Not necessarily. I mean,Continue reading “First Contact”

Twisting the Night Away

  ‘What is it?’ I said, already thinking I knew the answer. ‘It’s a carpet.’ ‘Hmm….’ ‘A magic carpet!’ ‘Bollocks!’ ‘It is… honestly… would I lie to y…. Well, it is a magic carpet. Not a word of a lie.’ ‘What, you mean flying…? All that Arabian Nights stuff?’ ‘Yes.’ ‘Bollocks!’ ‘Come on, then?’ ‘What?’Continue reading “Twisting the Night Away”

The First Lesson

Perhaps…, he thought. He tried it. Yes! There was something, definitely a tingle in the fingers. Or was it something else? RSI? Cramp? Blerg was no longer sure. He looked down at the crudely hand-printed sheet with the impressive drawings of wizards in pointy hats and robes. All wielding their staffs with sparks and lightningContinue reading “The First Lesson”

New Kindle Novel Out Now: What Dreams May Come

What Dreams May Come Available here (UK) or here (US) Special Low Launch Price: £0.99/$1.57 Dreams are dangerous things. After a mental collapse forces him to sell his software company, entrepreneur Stephen Parker retreats to the quiet coastal village of Stoneyhaven, hoping to rebuild his life. Soon Parker discovers how dangerous dreams can be, asContinue reading “New Kindle Novel Out Now: What Dreams May Come”

The Dying City

It was a tired city, an old city. Some thought it was as old as the river that flowed through it, and sometimes over it. It hung there at the base of the mountains as though it had grown out of the ground along with them. There were no city walls, no city limits, atContinue reading “The Dying City”

Free Kindle Novel: Juggling Balls

Free for the next Five days Juggling Balls available here (UK) or here (US) A laugh out loud science fiction comedy in the style of Hitch-hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Red Dwarf. Martin Laws hates mysteries. So why has someone sent him a bag of juggling balls? Why has he no memory of buyingContinue reading “Free Kindle Novel: Juggling Balls”

What this City Used to Be

Something…. There was movement out there. Something flickered past one of the windows, or rather one of the holes where the windows use to be. It had been a long time since there had been any windows. Only us older ones remembered when those holes in the walls had glass in them. Back then, theContinue reading “What this City Used to Be”

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