Philip Sidney

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My stories

Gods of the Bog

It’s dark in here, the bulb’s blown, you can’t read. God won’t see you behind the locked door, so think anything you like, all those thoughts you...
Gold cherry

Saltley Gas Works (Necropolis)

A rise and fall of gas, power pushed from metallic lungs into the manufactured land. Life flooded the mechanical. Death hung in the air, choked...
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Name Tag

A bit of a mean one.
Cherry

Magic Lantern

The strangest night of my life? Let me flick though the magic lantern of my mind. Of course there were the nights of illness. Night walls moved in...
Cherry

Joy

The sky was a perfect, blackbird’s egg, blue. Evelyn tilted her head back to watch the kaleidoscope flashes of green and blue rushing above her...

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391 of my comments have received 388 Great Feedback votes

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Goodness, you've been

Posted on Thu, 19 Feb 2015

Goodness, you've been involved in so many writing projects - He-Man!  I could see this except as an animation, it delves into dark places but with some wry humour too, slightly nightmarish.   Colonel Koslovsky is quite a character.

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Posted in Excerpt from DAVID AND THE COLONEL (A true story following a character in my best-selling children's novel "Jacob's Rescue", Random House))

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Lovely, I was thinking this

Posted on Wed, 18 Feb 2015

Lovely, I was thinking this morning that I was most alive as a child but didn't realise at the time and can only appreciate it as a memory.  So much of our living is in dreams.

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Posted in Where the nettles grew

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It was an odd time, we had

Posted on Wed, 18 Feb 2015

It was an odd time, we had some of this in Birmingham too.  An inexplicable wave of anarchy. Previous riots in Brum had a political spark, this seemed different.

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Posted in Riots In England (Part 1)

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I have a surreal child's

Posted on Wed, 18 Feb 2015

I have a surreal child's drawing in my head now, sweet.

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Posted in Eggyman

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Those 9 months sped by, they

Posted on Fri, 13 Feb 2015

Those 9 months sped by, they grow up fast too.

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Posted in Nine Months Plus

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Posted on Mon, 09 Feb 2015

The trauma of school plays.  I was cast as a wolf when I wanted a main role in peter Pan, who can even remember there were wolves, at least your performance will be remembered.

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Posted in More Beast than Beauty

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Poor Ian, not sure if I

Posted on Sun, 08 Feb 2015

Poor Ian, not sure if I should feel sorry for him but he seemed so hopeful with his business plan.  Really liked this story, not sure REX would be fooled by a piece of plastic meat though.

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Posted in REX

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The lark makes me think of

Posted on Sun, 01 Feb 2015

The lark makes me think of Keats' Nightingale, lovely ideas and place to be.

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Posted in What the sky said

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So sensual.

Posted on Sun, 01 Feb 2015

So sensual.

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Posted in Orbital

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Pacey and full of suspense.

Posted on Sat, 31 Jan 2015

Pacey and full of suspense.

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Posted in Luck (part I)

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