Ewan Bailey was blinded the minute he stepped out of prison. He shivered, as his eyes adjusted to the Autumn light. There was a sound behind him,… Read more “Brotherhood”
Checkers chased after the frisbee his Master had just thrown. He caught and returned it to his Master who threw it again. Checkers caught it and held… Read more “The Dogfight”
“Simon, I’m going to quit on Friday.” Nick said, running a hand through his wavy hair. “Bro, it’s your third day. You’re going to quit after only… Read more “The Carer”
Bright lights blurred past the car speeding along the country road. Bill Marshall had one arm wrapped around Lizzie’s shoulders. The wind sprinting through his hair and… Read more “Fast Car”
A short story about the crippling effect that Alzheimer’s can have
My first story for children
My darkest, grittiest short story yet.
A masterclass in how NOT to write story. Please never write stories like this.
A tragic tale about a father coping with the guilt of losing his daughter.