In addition to my two published collections of short stories, I have quite a few others laying around. There’s not enough for another collection yet, which is why I’m gradually releasing them as separate publications.

I have nine at the moment, six Sci-fi and one Steampunk, with subjects ranging from time travel to memory loss, alien encounters to the latest in scientific discovery. There’s also an Andorra Pett short mystery and my first foray into the paranormal.


#1 – La, La, La.


The Hansar were the rulers of the Galaxy.


They currently had two problems, a particularly stupid race, and their own teenagers!!!


In this story; you can find out how they dealt with both.


A review.



#2 Gone Fishing


Something lurks in the Methane seas of Protea. 


Can Galactographic! magazines intrepid explores find it, or will it find them first?


And what will happen if they meet?


A review.


#3 Be careful


Be careful what you wish for!

We all want different things, but do we ever consider the consequences? 


Find out the results of one mans desires in this short story.


A review.


#4 This could Change the World.


A Steampunk adventure.

Jordi Byler, a young inventor, is on his way to the city. He plans to make his fortune with his latest idea.

Who is the mysterious woman he meets on his journey?

Will she help his quest, or does she have another motive?


A review.


#5 It works both Ways


“It works both ways,” she said.

Now, at last, I understood what she meant.

Just for a moment, imagine that you could travel in time.

Should you go back to change the future, or go forward to change the past?

Can you miss what you’ve never had?


A review.


#6 The Next Big Thing


“I was going to be famous!”

We all know someone who nearly made it. But do we ever know the full story?

This is the tale of Rory, a man with the secrets of the universe locked inside his head.

Who locked them in? Why?

What will happen if they escape in a moment of overwhelming self-awareness?


A review.


#7 Same Story Different Planet


Groups like ours saved the world.


The protesters have been effective.
Thanks to their efforts, Earth is cleaner than they could have hoped.


Now their attention moves to the new colonies on Mars.


Is there anything that still needs to be done; or have we learnt our lesson?


A review.


Are we There Yet? An Andorra Pett mystery.


The story begins.


Ten-year-old Andorra Pett and her best friend Maisie are on holiday, in Devon.

Amid trips to the beach and the moors, they stumble on a mystery, in an old caravan in the woods.


Who is the owner and what is he hiding?


Years before she arrives at the Oort Cloud Café, Andorra gives us an early glimpse of her talent for solving puzzles.



The Shirt. A tale of love, loss and the need to find your way home.


Who knows the story behind a second-hand garment?

In the same way that a place can evoke a memory, can an old shirt have a story to tell?

Perhaps all it needs is the right person to listen.


A review,


Passing Thru: You can travel in more than one direction to find your way home.


“I never thought I’d leave Passing Thru. Until the day when everything changed.”

When apprentice engineer Max discovers a derelict and unwanted ship, tucked away in a corner of the space market called Passing Thru, he thought that he could repair it, make it a place of his own.

As he explores, aided by his girlfriend Hela, he finds a mystery.

Officially, the ship doesn’t exist. Not only that, it’s very different to any ship that he’s ever worked on.

When a freak accident takes them to a place they could never have imagined, they will need to adapt quickly, if they stand any chance of surviving.

Can Max and his friends find their way home?


Why not give them a try? Free to read on Kindle Unlimited.

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