'A terrible and wonderful insight into the inhumanity of man.' Winner of the Wasafiri International Fiction Prize, 2014.
When a domestic gets out of hand... (This prize-winning story was ultimately developed into the full length novel, Denial).
A heart-warming story with a very local setting, short-listed for the Room to Write Awards, 2014.
A warning. Act now, or suffer the consequences.
The flowers are a bit squashed from next door’s football, but the butterfly doesn’t mind.
They were promised seven percent for life. Guaranteed.
We stand together at the triple glazed window and look down at Maisie, our gloriously impractical Mini Cooper in her personalized bay, three floors below. A shadow falls across the Union Flag on her roof. Anxiety tingles at the back of my jaw, and a silver-grey car glides to a stop beside her. An approximation of a car. One of those driverless things with the windscreen blacked out, an insect from a nightmare, big enough to swallow the Mini in a single venomous bite.
Story coming soon...