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Anthologies

Sensuous Touches

Sensuous Touches

 

 

Sensuous Touches is an erotic anthology. You won’t want your spinster aunt reading this (or, perhaps she might surprise you!). Indulge in some hedonistic delights alone or with that special other who shares your passions.

This ebook can be read on the privacy of your eReader, so you can indulge anywhere. But be careful if you read in public: your body language may give the game away. Of course that may be to your advantage if….

You can buy it through your local Amazon Store by clicking on the title in the first paragraph. For other places to seek some fun, try the following links:

Smashwords: Sensuous Touches

Barnes and Noble

Or, go to Ask David, if that’s your preferred source for books

 

Ten Love tales

Ten Love tales

Ten Love Tales comprises a set of love stories for those who like their romance, well, romantic. There’s no overt erotica, no offensive language and all the stories are written with the intention of bringing a smile to your face.

It’s a gentle read and a book you can dip into at coffee break or whilst waiting for the morning train. Click on the title above to buy this ebook from your local Amazon or try these links for purchase elsewhere:

Smashwords: Ten Love Tales

Barnes and Noble

Or, go to Ask David, if that’s your preferred source for books:

 

Ten Tales For Tomorrow

Ten Tales For Tomorrow

 

Ten Tales for Tomorrow is a collection of mostly dark speculative fiction stories. You’ll find other worlds, dystopian futures, aliens, and characters from nightmare here. There’s also a spoof of the restaurant critic with some slightly grisly humour.

A book to dip into when you’re bored or seeking inspiration; thought-provoking and idiosyncratic stories.

A click on the title above will take you to your local Amazon store to buy this ebook, or sample it. Alternative buying links are below:

Smashwords: Ten Tales For Tomorrow

Barnes and Noble

Or, go to Ask David, if that’s your preferred source for books

A Sackful of Shorts

A collection of disparate tales, in various genres and from different points of view. You’ll find humour, horror, wonder and love amongst the offerings. All written by published authors; some prize-winning stories.

This ebook is a compilation of various stories written by members of the Hornsea Writers group. I contributed a story and designed and edited the anthology. You can obtain a copy via the following links:

Amazon

Smashwords, for any ebook format

Barnes and Noble

 

Fusion

Fusion

A selection of prize-winning stories from a contest run by publisher Fantastic Books Publishing.

I was asked to contribute a story as a professional writer and you’ll find my story, ‘Rebirth’ amongst the tales presented here. This is a sci-fi anthology and is crammed with good stories.

You can obtain the ebook version via the links below:

Fantastic Books Publishing

Smashwords – for all digital formats.

Amazon

Or, go to Ask David, if that’s your preferred source for books

666cov

 

A selection of horror stories all at exactly 666 words. My contribution, Ouija will make you wonder whether playing that game is a good idea!

Fantastic Books Publishing

Amazon

 

 

 

Epitaphs

Epitaphs

Epitaphs is an anthology of, well, epitaphs, contributed by a large number of poets from all round the world.

I contributed a short piece of memorial text to commemorate the life of my father, who died before I was born.

Many of the poems here are from Indian writers, but there are others from writers all over the world.

You can obtain a copy from the link below:

Your local Amazon store.

 

 

Wrong!

Wrong!

I was recently invited to submit a story for an anthology produced to raise funds for cancer charities. The brief was to write a story based on this theme: ‘I have a list and a map. What could possibly go wrong?’ The variety of tales contained in this ebook illustrates just what might go wrong!

Enjoy the read, and make a contribution to the worthwhile charity by clicking the link below:

Amazon.

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