Welcome to a selection of a few of my Welsh Short Stories. Here, amongst other things, you can read about a boy who makes friends with the school bully (with disastrous results), a man reminiscing about a past love during a drunken walk home, and a writer that doesn’t believe in ghosts, but finds himself haunted all the same.
Synopsis: Not quite a ghost story, not quite a love story – Nora is a tale about the part of a person that stays with you when they pass away.
Published by Empty Sink Publishing, The Constant Crypt Guard is a story about locking things away.
Synopsis: After meeting a friend for drinks, our unnamed narrator takes the reader on a drunken odyssey, recalling the relationship with his last great love – Matylda.
Synopsis: When you’re an 11-year-old boy you feel invincible. Callam is about to have a day that will test that theory.
Memoria Manor was written as my final project when completing my master’s degree at Leeds Uni.
This novelette is a love letter to horror fiction and won the prize for ‘Best Research Project, 2015’.
Click here to read an extract from Memoria Manor.
And here if you’re interested in publishing this award-winning novelette.