Don’t Blink / Buy your copy today!

A wee blurb about Don’t Blink It’s April 2017. Fletch and Billy are meeting up for their monthy bevy to catch up and reminisce on the good old days when their ex-best friend Fran bursts into their local – reviving old wounds and creating new ones. In Don’t Blink, the reader is taken on a […]

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Short Story: ‘Little Lies’

Published by the Strathclyde Telegraph. Banoffee muffins with cream cheese and cinnamon icing, spiced pumpkin lattes, strawberry cheesecake, banana bread, pumpkin pies, carrot cake, ginger bread, and chocolate brownies were just a few of the baked goods stacked onto the towering shelves in Bella’s Coffee House in Lochwinnoch that morning. With my jacket drenched, and […]

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moon child // Creative Nonfiction Published by Quotidan Literary Magazine

My second piece of writing published in the current issue of Quotidian literary magazine went live this week! I’m so excited to have my flash creative nonfiction piece ‘Thunderstorms and Midge Swarms‘ published with Quotidian. You can now find this piece in the current issue section of the Quotidian website – along with my other […]

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moon child // ‘Sonder’ Published by Quotidian Literary Magazine

I’m so excited to have my short story ‘Sonder’ (definition: the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own…) published online by Quotidian literary magazine! I had a lot of fun writing this piece as it is quite different from the kind of fiction I usually write […]

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‘moon child’ Fiction Published in Germ Magazine

Happy new year, everyone! It’s been a great start of January for me and I’m on my way to fulfilling one of my New Year’s resolutions (get more fiction published) as I’ve just found out that, ‘The iBrain’, a short story I wrote when I was 18 in my first creative writing semester at university, […]

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‘moon child’ Fiction Published in Devolution Z Magazine

  I’m delighted to announce that my short story “Flesh and Blood” has been published in the December 2015 issue of horror fiction magazine, Devolution Z! Here is a short extract from “Flesh and Blood”: As the chill rippled his arms into waves of goose bumps, Malcom gazed across the room to see a strange […]

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Happy Halloween: A Spooky Poem and Short Story for Hallows’ Eve

Since today is Halloween, I thought it was only appropriate for a little Halloweeny blog post. Below, you’ll find a creepy, gothic poem by Edgar Allan Poe, and a ghoulish short story by me called ‘Myrtle’. Have a read and let me know what you think of this spooky Halloween reading in the comments section […]

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A Wee Quiet Coffee – A Short Story

Have a wee read at my first bash at a short story written entirely in Scots dialect! If you’re not Scottish, reading this one might be a bit tricky. Enjoy! Sa I’m oan ma way tae meet Midgie thu day. I should proberly explain ma good friend’s unfortunate nickname by informing ye that he wis […]

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The Little Girl – Short Story

It had been over a month since the Robertson’s had moved into their new house and Douglas was still sulking about it. Their new street was so plain. All the houses were identical, rows upon rows of the same. They looked like they were made out of cardboard, like they were those stage homes used […]

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Before I Forget – A Short Story

Today, I’ve been working on some new articles and a few pieces of fiction but since I don’t have any finished work ready to show at the moment, I thought I’d post one of my old short stories. If you like horror/psychological thriller, you’ll enjoy this one! If you have any feedback, send me a […]

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