The second Concoction Anthology is due for release this December. We cannot wait to share this one! Stories were, once again, all born from single word prompts.
My first mini collection has been published and is now live. Paperback and eBook available worldwide.
Small poetry collection being released very soon, currently just awaiting the printed proof for final review before it goes live!
“This is a small eclectic collection from an Independent Scottish writer.
If you’re looking for inspirational poetry, words of deep wisdom, even good poetry, this book is probably not for you.
The contents are inspired by various topics including; mental ill health, relationships, lust, consumerism, commercialisation, veganism, family, death, politics and history.
While this collection is admittedly somewhat disjointed, it is also truly organic.”
Extract from ‘Bloody Kisses’ by Natasha Sinclair as featured in ‘Concoction’
Available now from Amazon worldwide in eBook and Paperback.
Extract from ‘Shadows in the Garden’ by G G Flavell as featured in ‘Concoction’
Out now on eBook and Paperback from Amazon worldwide.
If you’d like to be a beta reader for the next Concoction anthology release, scheduled for this Winter 2019, drop me a message via the contact form on this site.
Extracts on god
Available to pre-order now on Amazon Kindle.
Available to pre- order NOW!!!
This Concoction of wonderfully diverse short stories will feed your appetite and leave you craving more. You’re not about to get stuck into a collection that fits neatly into one genre. Each story was born of a single word prompt, elements of horror and fantasy are most definitely guaranteed.
Each of these Scottish writers has a unique approach to storytelling. For each story they were given just one word to inspire and create a world of entertainment just for you. You will find pieces born of; Flesh, Blood, Bone and Haunted.
From scoring your poison, whether that be a good escape, drugs, sex or a bit of truth wrapped in a shroud of fiction, there just may well be some unexpected consequences that come along with the ride.
So, get comfy and let us serve you up a wee dram, a Scottish Concoction.