Good morning folks,
The posts around these parts have dried up but with good reason. I have been working on some short stories and am pleased to announce that they are ready for consumption.
The best thing about this collection of short stories, titled The Scrapheap: A Collection of Short Stories, is that you will not be required to get the cheque book out. This release is FREE.
A book description is below, as well as the cover and a link to download. There's some insight into how these stories developed, too, so for those bored enough on a Saturday morning to spare me five minutes, you can read by simply clicking the link located to your right, under "my books".
I hope you enjoy.
The Scrapheap: A Collection of Short Stories comprises of five bawdy tales throughout regional Australia. Within these pages you will meet Joey Wilson - a scouser living Australia on a Working Holiday visa who lands a job at Woolworths, stacking shelves. You will also find yourself out in the middle for a game a cricket where blood, sweat and tears are shed by young debutant, Nathan Hamilton. Then it’s straight to the pub with the irrepressible abattoir worker, Meat Axe, for an all in brawl or two. And of course, no Australian tale is complete without a foray on the Gold Coast, as number one ladies’ man and Borrowed Time’s bit part player, Gary “Hurricane” James, returns and does his best to etch his name into Gold Coast folklore. The place will never be the same.
By Simon K.