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I have 47 stories published in 3 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 40007 times and 60 of my stories have been cherry picked.
60 of my 444 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 61 votes

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Mark Say

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The Wet Afternoon of Ravilious

A picture on Twitter stirs up memories of a childhood loss
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You Were Made for Me (2/2)

When the rich can have young people designed, grown and conditioned as their perfect companions
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You Were Made for Me (1/2)

When the rich can have young people designed, grown and conditioned as their perfect companions
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I Saw Her Again

A man sees his dead wife in the street
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The Noble Dosser

There was something between him and my mum ..... (Inspired by the Peter Howson painting)

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60 of my comments have received 61 Great Feedback votes

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You're welcome ...

Posted on Fri, 31 Jan 2020

That's how I start every day. It's also why the neighbours want me arrested.

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Posted in My Name is Slow Commotion

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Succinct and effective

Posted on Sat, 11 May 2019

Captures that tension between an intellectual challenge and the desire to avoid a difficult personal entanglement very well. I can sympathise with the narrator.

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Posted in Instinct Dictates

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Very effective ....

Posted on Sat, 13 Feb 2021

... in creating a sense of alienation from the world.

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Posted in Mariner

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An enlightening piece

Posted on Sun, 07 Feb 2021

Imporant history this.

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Posted in The Campaign for Terrence Oblong - Monty Python and the Porter Ale

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A nice bite of mystery and

Posted on Sun, 17 Jan 2021

A nice bite of mystery and dark humour.

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Posted in Chekhov's Gun

1 Vote

Great metaphor

Posted on Sun, 13 Dec 2020

And very perceptive in conveying the way we gradually let many things go from our minds.

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Posted in Certain Memories

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Indeed

Posted on Sat, 12 Sep 2020

An amusing little vignette.

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Posted in Moonlight Sonata

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Very good

Posted on Sun, 23 Aug 2020

I like the way you capture all the uncertainties around individual destinies with a few brief snapshots.

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Posted in Is Nothing For Keeps?

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Convincing

Posted on Sun, 16 Aug 2020

Makes a valid point that supposedly unimportant details of a childhood can leave long lasting scars.

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Posted in The Boy with Tight Underpants

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I'd just point out ...

Posted on Fri, 07 Aug 2020

... that statues are nearly always erected as an expression of admiration for a person. I can fully understand the growing objections when that person was actively involved in something that is impossible to defend. Even if it's a reminder of a...

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Posted in American Demons

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