Category Archives: Gershwin & Penrose

Lovely reviews

As you know, if you follow this blog regularly, I have published two short stories and a novella during the last couple of months. It is harder to get reviews for short pieces, but some days you wake up to … Continue reading

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Green Acres

Finally there! The new, longer version of Green Acres was published yesterday and is already available from several retailers. BLURB Now you can find out what happened to a couple of the quirky inhabitants since we left them at the … Continue reading

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Ding Dong Bell

Ding Dong Bell, The Kitten in the Well Did you expect me to stick to my plan? No? Ah, then you know me already. When I began rummaging through all my folders, I found the draft of an old short … Continue reading

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Gershwin & Green Acres

After a long and quiet period, I am finally getting back in swing. This summer I should be able to publish “North Sea Cottage”, a novella which takes place in a fishing village by the Danish coast. It has been … Continue reading

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Christmas – just around the corner

– and that is why I have relaunched my cosy Christmas anthology. Christmas in Knavesborough – four stories, featuring grumpy, generous, mean and murderous villagers from Knavesborough – $ 0.99 only. Here is a lovely review, written by a blog … Continue reading

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Red Shoes – just around the corner.

I have been busy editing for weeks, and today I have checked the formatting of a new anthology. “The Red Shoes” is right around the corner. Faithful blog readers will remember “The Red Shoes” about Chief Inspector Snowflake who cannot … Continue reading

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Green Acres

Do you remember Rowan Donegal, the old sheep farmer of “The Cosy Knave”? Sadly, old Rowan has broken his hip, and there is no way he can take care of his animals, or himself, for that matter. Even though I … Continue reading

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