Monthly Archives: September 2016

Live Age!

Tomorrow I shall be at  Live Age  with Misha Herwin, Peter Coleborn, Susan Boulton and Ralph Alcock talking about publishing!

Our panel is at 3pm at the Mitchell Art Centre Broad St, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 4HG



Thin Value


Whilst away for the weekend at a convention I went out at lunch time to see what GF snacks could be bought at M&S as the hotel had nothing to offer for the wheat-sensitive. Continue reading

IMDB Listed! (YAY!!)

White Witch DVD CoverIt seems a very long time ago that I was involved in writing a Dr Who script for Reeltime Pictures, but we now have an IMDB listing for White Witch of Devil’s End!

It is official. I am a now screen writer! YAY!!!!!!

Team comprises Jan Edwards, Debbie Bennett, Sam Stone, Raven Dane, Suzanne Barbieri and David Howe  and features the wonderful Damaris Hayman in a reprise of her role of Miss Hawthorne from the Dr Who story The Daemons.




I Am Waving – Honest!

My latest blog over at Authors Electric

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Loose Women and Feta Cheese – by Barry Lillie

I arrived home from a morning in the office where I was split between my Italian colleagues and my English clients. Three and a half hours of swapping business style and language can really be quit…

Source: Loose Women and Feta Cheese

Stormy Weather for Spooks

6x6 Writers Cafe

Our Spooks 6X6 event went very well despite the weather and people braved the storm for a great evening of spooky tales. The lightning and thunder was surprisingly apt!


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Stephanie Hutton: Stephanie has published flash fiction and short stories online and in print, including work in Friday Flash Fiction, Ink in Thirds, Sick Lit Magazine, Spelk and Bacopa Literary Review. She recently won the Writers HQ Competition and is currently shortlisted for the Cardiff Review Short Story Award and longlisted for the Black Pear Press Short Story Competition.  Her 6×6 story was called ‘Playmate’.

Peter Coleborn: Peter is a writer of weird and dark  fiction with  stories published in the UK, USA and EU. He is better known as and editor for the multiple award winning Alchemy Press with over forty titles published since 1999. He has also edited a great many publications for the British…

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Casting Stories Adrift

graham-alf-geddesOne of the oddest things about writing fiction, be that novels or short fiction, is that you never know where it will end  up, or how it might return to you – if ever.

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