Category Archives: Fiction

Robert Campbell – Crime Author

Next up in my series on forgotten or not nearly well enough known authors is the wonderful Robert Campbell. Much like Bob Woodruff (see a previous post) stands head and shoulders above the mass of country singers and songwriters yet … Continue reading

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Robin Hood: A Great Line

I love this exchange in the 2010, Russell Crowe, version of Robin Hood: Robin Longstride (Russell Crow): [asking about her late husband] A good knight? Marion Loxley (Cate Blanchette): It was short but sweet. Robin Longstride: No, I meant: he … Continue reading

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That Would Never Happen

Two things: one – I tend to write myself into corners far too often, waste far too many tens of thousands of words, too many hours. Two – watching the TV and movies this Christmas it suddenly struck me that … Continue reading

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My Approach To The Blues

This tale is so old it’s in a folder on my PC entitled “Files from old PC” and within that folder it’s in a folder similarly named that included the files from my last but one PC (and to let … Continue reading

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Coming soon…

Due out early 2013!

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Flash Fiction

Over the years I’ve written a whole lot of flash fiction stories – for me this means 350 words or less. The crazy thing is most of the time I struggle to keep a regular short story within reasonable limits … Continue reading

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More Pretty Girls Than One

Just heard that this tale of werewolves in the old west has been accepted for the MysticHawker Press anthology “Campfire Howls”. Pretty pleased with this development, should hopefully inspire a few more stories.

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