Entree is served

It's been a long time between ciders for the folk of Windy Mountain, the fictional location of my novel Apples in the 1990s.  But I’m going back there in my new novel. Lots of people have lots to hide in this story of mysterious deaths, mistaken identity, elusive Tasmanian tigers and a lottery to end all lotteries. 

In the meantime, I’ve released two new ebooks. 

The first is called Romeo and Julie, which is a collection of funny short stories. The title story is how a plate of gnocchi gorgonzola marred a night at the ballet in Milan, and also features a spinoff from the aforementioned novel. That story is called Moose on the Loose.


The other new collection is called Jack and the Jellybean Stalk — 51 funny stories of fatherhood. A man can’t call himself a man until he’s been showered with pee while changing his son’s nappy. Then there is my confession from the day I drove a getaway trolley at the teddy bears’ picnic.

Click on the books to check them out.



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