Short Story: A Justice Well Served, by Coral Rivera

The latest instalment in the Endever authors' writing prompt challenge. For my money, this knocks it out of the park. Good show, Coral.


Trust me, I’m an author

I remembered being just sixteen, and kissing red-cheeked, fair-haired Callie Anders, who lived there, and whose family would soon move to the Shetlands, and I would never kiss her or see her again. This sentence just doesn't seem right to me. There are too many sub-clauses, the clauses don't seem to relate to each other... Continue Reading →

Endever Writing Challenge

Hey everyone, I'm up to my eyeballs in redrafting my first book with Endever Publishing Studios, hence my most recent bout of silence. In the meantime, here's a short story I knocked together as part of a writing challenge. It's very odd but fun to write. Enjoy!


My Writing Resolutions

I'm currently going through the Endever Process with what now feels like my first actual novel (the others, it turns out, were all just pretend — or at best they were exercises to get me warmed up for the real thing). In practical terms, this means the manuscript is opened up to the bullpen of... Continue Reading →


The Christmas Cat – Chapter 4: Hot Chocolate and Buttered Crumpets

A tall, powerful man strode down the hall towards them. He was dressed in flowing black robes that billowed as if caught by imaginary winds; strange designs of stitched silver shimmered in the cloth when he walked. He had a great white beard that fell like a snowy waterfall down to his heavy black boots,... Continue Reading →


Quote of the Day: 4th April 2017

“It is hard to think of practical applications of the black hole. Because practical applications are so remote, many people assume we should not be interested. But this quest to understand the world is what defines us as human beings.” - Yuri Milner


Book Report: ‘This Never Happened’ (Spoiler Free)

Title: This Never Happened Author: R. Tim Morris Publisher: Endever Publishing Studios Publication Date: 30th March 2017 Certificate: 15 (adult themes, language, drug use) Summary: The peculiar story of Cepik Small (known as “Epic”) and his journey to find a sense of belonging in his world. Epic is unique in that he suffers from a... Continue Reading →


The Christmas Cat – Chapter 3: The Golden Feather

“Well?” said the Cat. “What are you waiting for?” “What about the dragon?” Myron said. He eyed the dragon nervously, watching its scales shimmer as its massive chest rose and fell. “The dragon? Oh, that.” The Cat shrugged as only a cat can. “It’s asleep, the same as my owner. Don’t worry. It won’t wake... Continue Reading →


The Christmas Cat – Chapter 2: The House on the Hill

  A massively belated second instalment in 'The Christmas Cat', a story I wrote one Christmas as a serial for my two nephews, then six and seven. I'm working towards re-releasing this one as an ebook, for now here's chapter 2. (You can read chapter 1 here.) On the other side of the door a... Continue Reading →


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