Books + eBooks

eBooks are the future you know? And even if you don’t believe that you’ll no doubt want to know how you can get hold of my scribblings.

Well here are a list of my collections and longer works so you can buy the paperbacks or download the eBooks in a variety of formats.

The Lost Bookshop – The Mystery of the Missing Monkey

Written on January 11th, 2014

When she’s not at school Nina likes to help out at the bookshop owned by her Aunty and Uncle. But when Uncle Bill finds a hidden room behind a dusty bookshelf in a forgotten corner of the shop Nina knows she simply must investigate. And so with the help of her best friend, Ivy, and […]

Lost the Plot? 500 Writing Prompts and How to Use Them

Written on October 10th, 2011

After much wailing and gnashing of teeth my fabled writing prompts book and spectacular system for story writing finally make their ebook debut.

Chills, Kills and Snowflakes

Written on December 26th, 2010

Four tales of terror to send icy chills through your blood. These stories will scare you senseless this Christmas season.

The Defective Detective : Cat Chaser

Written on July 30th, 2010

It’s Clint’s first case and everything should be going really well. And it probably would be if he’d managed to stay awake when he was briefed.

With four suspects and clues flying will he be able to find out who’s guilty? Or even what they’re guilty of?

The Defective Detective : Murder on the Links

Written on February 19th, 2010

Murder. Intrigue. Alcohol. Detectives. Clues. Golf. Laxatives. What else do you need?

When a body is discovered on the golf course the identity of the killer seems obvious. The question is can Clint get to the bottom of the mystery before the stag party catches him?

The Night Before The Christmas Before I Was Married and other festive tales

Written on December 8th, 2009

Charles Dickens has dominated the Christmas short story market for too long and he’s so bloody depressing… wouldn’t you rather read something that was funny, had comedy misunderstandings, people accidentally getting engaged and generally was a lot more entertaining and less depressing? Then you’re in luck…

Dial M For Monkey

Written on March 6th, 2007

Downloaded over 10,000 times, my first collection of short stories is apparently inventive, funny, dark, and hugely entertaining. The twenty stories included here range from a bizarre quest to find a dead rockstar’s limb to a memorable warning about the hidden dangers of building sites. Effortlessly fusing pop culture, gunplay, and simians, Dial M For Monkey contains a vibrant mixture of short stories and flash fiction.