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I have 60 stories published in 6 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 96911 times and 18 of my stories have been cherry picked.

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Philip Whiteland

Philip is a retired university lecturer in Human Resource Management. He has recently turned 60, which is marginally better than not turning 60 in his opinion, but only just. If you can forgive him both of those facts, then you might just enjoy his writing. He lives on the edge of the Derbyshire Peak District, because that is as far as they will let him in. He was born and brought up, in Burton upon Trent, the home of the UK brewing industry, and spent much of his early years attempting to support that industry single-handedly. Much of his writing over the past few years, for the Derby Telegraph, Burton Mail's "times gone by" magazine and Mature Times has featured his recollections of growing up (allegedly) in the 1950s and 1960s. He's christened his combination of nostalgia and comedy 'nostalgedy', he did consider 'comalgia' but he thought it sounded too much like an unfortunate medical condition.

The photo was taken 11 years ago, so you need to add a few wrinkles and deduct a few hairs for a true picture ;-)

You can find all of Philip's published work at http://author.to/PhilipWhiteland

My stories

Bring Out Your Dead - Part 31

In which Chantelle shocks Josiah and Josiah mourns lost love.

Bring Out Your Dead - Part 30

In which Lawrence gets an unexpected prod and D.I. Wood finds himself incommunicado.

Bring Out Your Dead - Part 29 (revised)

It's not exactly a snappy title, is it? I've been stuck on this story for months and months but I think I've finally seen a route through! Apologies to anyone who has been following the series as you've probably forgotten the plot by now (and I wouldn't blame you). Any road (as Archibald would say) normal service will now be resumed... So this is Part 29, with some revisions, in which there are comings and goings, zombies and villains and, possibly, puddings!
Gold cherry

Which accounts for the hump on the camel...

The three camels (well, at least three, there was the impression of quite a few more in the shadows) mooched around for a while outside the stable,...

It's All In The Game - Part 2

In which Josiah seeks modernisation and Archibald bursts into rhyme!

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