A Theatre for Dreamers by Polly Samson

Worth reading for the island setting only, which I warmed to immediately in Samson’s description, but felt much less for the characters

A Song for Leonard by A. I. Fabler

Charles Bateman returns to New York and his visit brings with it a return to a dark incident from his past and a pursuit for truth.

The Museum of Broken Objects by Amy Ellis

A poetry collection that focuses on the key experiences of life, like grief and passion, and the preservation of self in the face of it

Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney

An island house, a family occasion, a stormy night – the elements of an Agatha Christie style thriller which keeps you guessing ’til the end

Give Me Shelter by David B. Seaburn

A story of a boy, his family and friends, navigating loss, anxiety and uncertainty at the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Nothing Personal for Breakfast by Jennifer Ann Shore

Jennifer Ann Shore does the great romantic story of an undeniable attraction between two people and the suspenseful struggle to get together

Into the Woods, my new story is available to read athttps://vocal.media/fiction/into-the-woods-6fr7sg0f1e?utm_source=Iterable&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=