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Dinosaur Wee

Morwenna, are you feeling safe? I don’t understand. Don’t understand what? Anything! Years ago, when I was very ill, and was living in a psychiatric residential care home, if one of the support-workers caught me looking a certain way, they’d put a hand on my shoulder and softly say, Morwenna, are you feeling safe? AndContinue reading “Dinosaur Wee”

Welcome, Niki Kamerzell!

From Niki’s #WIP … Ember—literally kicking and screaming—was dragged to the other side of the room. Her mother reached the kitchen counter and picked up her drink while Ember tried to free her hair. Sara sipped the whiskey mixed with orange juice. She thought no one realized it was booze. Ember managed to wiggle away,Continue reading “Welcome, Niki Kamerzell!”

(D)Evolution …

“Every year, on September the first, Mum and I stand outside the patio doors in the morning and look at the garden. One of us always says something along the lines of, ‘I can feel September in the air.’ … “September always feels more like a new beginning than New Year does…” – extract fromContinue reading “(D)Evolution …”

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The truth WILL out

Liam’s mother was murdered when he was a baby. His father is a recovering drug addict, who’s just going through the motions. His girlfriend is jealous, secretive, and not all she seems to be. And his uncle has been acquitted of terrible crimes, and is now a university professor with a dangerous obsession.

Liam is a palaeontology student, keen to prove what happened to the dinosaurs. But when his grandfather dies, Liam uncovers more than he bargained for.

Will he survive to find his answers?

“Addictive and utterly thrilling.” – Michelle Cook, author of Tipping Point.

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Never underestimate a friend…

”I stand as close as I can to the Liver Building without looking proper weird and tip my head back. My eyes can’t focus properly, but I can make out a turquoise shape right at the top, so I mouth ‘iya to Bella. I’m a bit soft on the Liver Birds. They’re 300-odd feet up in the air, so they should be able to see everything, but they’re chained down…”

A story of the far-reaching effects of unrequited love and drug (ab)use, Underrated follows the lives of five lads who are just trying to make a better life for themselves. In Liverpool and on the south Devon coast, their lives entangle as they turn to cocaine.

While some people take drugs to escape their circumstances, others deal drugs to escape theirs. But is escape ever really an option?

“An inventive and provocative read” – Squeaky Joe, Amazon.

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Boundaries can be fragile…

Psychiatrists, Drs Whittle and Grosvenor, have dedicated their lives to helping their patients, but their approach, and the complications it reveals, lead them into relationships that harm not only themselves.

As their lives entangle, both men find that doing no harm is not as cut-and-dried as they perceived.

Can the patients in their care really trust them? Or are more sinister motives at work?

Delve into the dark world of psychiatric institutions where doctors and residents play a dangerous game in which no one is infallible!

“A total page turner” – Eleanor Graham, Amazon.

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Know your enemies? Know your friends?

A small Devon town in the late 1990s. Everyone knows everything about everyone else. Don’t they?

Cath is dead, but how and why isn’t clear-cut to her best friend, Kayleigh. As she searches for answers, Kayleigh is drawn deeper into Cath’s hidden world.

The (D)Evolution of Us questions where a story really begins, and whether the world in our heads is more real than reality.

“Fantastic writing – a must-read” – William F Aicher, author of A Confession, and Every Bullet has a Silver Lining.

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Contains my short story, The Submission.

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‘Glasshouse’ image by Liam Powell http://facebook.com/liampowellart