Some of my books will not be available as paperbacks. This is because they are a bit short so they are here as short-stories. I am making them available as ebooks in various formats for free here as well as on Kindle which you can buy through the kindle store (I have to charge for that because Amazon charge me to make my books available via whispernet – which is the delivery service Amazon use to send the book to your kindle device or app).
These are my short-stories and ebooks
Face to face with the gorilla king
Short story aimed at ages 9 to 90.A young boy on a family zoo trip suddenly finds himself whisked to another world where talking animals expect him to win a battle that will determine the future of their world!
- Kindle -99p
- Read this on Kindle – 99p
- Smashwords – Pay what you feel
- The lovely people at Smashwords allow me to set a pay-what-you-feel pricepoint so (once it’s propagated) you’ll be able to get it on iTunes, Kobo et al at a price you feel is appropriate. You can search for it on your regualr ebook store or get direct through Smashwords. Buy from Smashwords
- Read on this website – free creative commons
- Originally published in instalments. Read now
- PDF (153Kib) – free creative commons
- Formatted text. Includes images and covers. Requires PDF reader software (such as Adobe Reader or Okular). Download
- Open document format (54KiB) – free creative commons
- Formatted text. Suitable for word processing software (such as libreoffice ) a plugin may be required for some wordprocessors (such as MS Word) Download
Other versions to follow.
Other short stories
Some of my short stories are only available via the website – because they too short to publish on their own. A list of those follows:-
Though we are many – ages 9 – 12
“Are we alone?” she wondered aloud. “Not entirely.” came the reply. A short story for older readers about a young woman on a long-distance space journey who gets a rather unusual message from home.
Waiting at the bus stop – ages 7 – 9
“What superpower would you most like to have?” – three children discuss this with surprising results. Also available as an audio-resource