Embrace the liminal…

Welcome, sleeping wanderer, to the peculiar seasons of the liminal spaces. Here you’ll find the things that fall between the cracks; too small to see, too indefinite to measure. The stories you’ll find here may be your final gleaming, my thoughts written from dark daydreaming, whether they be random musings or flash fiction I’ve put together over the years.You’ll find …

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On the Absence of Usual Stimuli What an incredible time to be a writer. Since lockdown began I’ve seen three close friends’ output ramp up massively.I don’t think that’s because of the increase in spare time we’re now allegedly enjoying – I know I’m working more (for less!) as we/the institutions I work with struggle to evolve to online delivery; …

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My first published work is the story ‘Jumbled-up Jack’ in The Haunting of Lake Manor Hotel (Woodbridge Press, 2016) anthology (See Cemetery Dance review here). Since then I’ve had several flash fiction pieces published by Haringey Unchained, some of which are included here under the Flash Fiction menu. My first long-form, historical mystery horror novel A Sour Ground is finished …

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Vigil for a Mother The last time I was a mother, I was waving Darnley off in his dinghy. Polished mahogany flashed under an early autumn sun, the red of his sail slowly melting into the scarlet wall of maples on the great lake’s far side. I’ve learnt when a parent loses a child, she becomes something undefined. Losing a …