As well as full-length fiction and non-fiction I write short stories for anthologies, usually with contemporary settings.
The Hills and the Fortune won a prize in the Happenstance Short Story competition in 2009 and you can buy it for 99p here on Gumroad. (All proceeds to the charity, Refuge.)
Or sit back, relax and listen to a reading of The Last Train to Soller, narrated by actor and writer Geoff Mills.
My latest story Ruby Cufflinks can be found in The Sea in Birmingham anthology of 22 stories, celebrating 30 years of Tindal Street Fiction Group.
See the full list of my short stories in various anthologies.
Books for English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Learners – graded readers
I draw on my professional background in ELT and write graded readers for the Cengage series, Page Turners. These are original, pacy stories of 10-20,000 words for Young Adult and Adult learners of EFL – a bit like the Quick Reads series.