Worm World

Worm World  Bottles clanked merrily as Noah strode down the narrow hallway. Pads of snow twirled off his padded thermal jacket, which he unzipped clumsy with a heavily gloved hand. The man stop as he reached a closed doorway, golden rays of a halogen bulb bled from the space between the door and rooms cosy […]

The Collapsar Directive – It’s almost here!

Twenty one science fiction short stories from authors all around the universe.   I bring this news with utter excitement! The anthology that I’m going to make my first published debut in is almost here. Pre-orders are already available for the E-book format, with pre-orders coming soon for the paperback editions! Take some time to […]

The Collapsar Directive!

Unfortunately, I have been very quiet lately and have had little time to indulge in my writing. However the end of the university year is drawing to a close and as I surpass this new horizon, I’ll be able to eagerly delve straight back into my story writing! However there is news! I’m going to […]

The First Signs of Rain

The First Sign of Rain Jacob ran up to the window and pressed both palms flat against the cool, curved glass. He peered up at the stormy skies that danced angrily above. Moody clouds danced with one another as a majestic roar of thunder clapped across the black, inky heavens. “Excited?” Jacob’s mother asked, as […]

Beyond the Windowpane

Jak brought a soap sudded sponge across a dinner plate, whilst staring aimlessly out of the kitchen window, paying little attention to the task at hand. Limply, he passed the plate over to Vikram who stood beside him, tea towel hanging from his fingers. “You haven’t cleaned this one properly! Look!” Vikram exclaimed, thrusting the […]

Wide awake, Daniel paced aimlessly along the meandering alley ways of Tullbury. Only the sombre glow, and the smell of a cigarette accompanied him. As he mulled over thoughts of his daughter. Daniel came to a stop, staring at a piece of graffiti that was plastered on a redbrick wall. It was a large bloodshot […]

Shellvon Heights

“The offence in hand, was committed with two deadly weapons, one knife and one firearm.” A heavy silence smothered the room: press, public and jury all sat quietly as the judge continued with her closing statement. “The crime was carefully premeditated, fuelled by his bitter, jealous nature, and the defended has shown little to no […]