I am delighted to announce that my short story Life, Death and Taxes has been selected in the top 20 entries of an international competition. An anthology is being produced, with the profits going towards research into saving the Tasmanian Devil. My story will be in there, and I’m proud to be involved in the project. I will post publication details when I know more., Death and Taxes

The Toothbrush Incident

I am pleased to announce my latest piece of short fiction, The Toothbrush Incident, is now available as part of the Hunter Writers Centre 2016 Grieve Anthology. Print copies can currently be purchased, and an extended ebook version is also going to be published.


Life, Death and Taxes

My latest short story Life, Death and Taxes has been accepted into the Twisted Tax Tales competition. Below is a link where you can read the story, and vote for it if you like it. You can vote by clicking the Facebook like button that appears below the story. An anthology will be produced using competiton entries, with half of them being chosen by the number of votes received. Voting also helps choose the winning entry.

This is a great competition, which is raising funds for the Save The Tasmanian Devil Appeal. The competition is still open if you would like to submit. Entries are to be no more than 5000 words, and a main character has to be an accountant. The competition is open internationally.

Life, Death and Taxes

The full list of current entries is at the bottom of this page. Click on the title to read, and support those you like. More details about the competition can also be found here.

Life, Death and Taxes

Freebie Weekend!

For this weekend only (16-17 April) Arachnight will be free to download. It’s already free for those with a Kindle Unlimited account, but now everyone has an opportunity to check it out without spending a cent.

If you do take adavantage of this offer, I would be grateful if you left a review after reading it. Even just a few words is enough.






Also available on all other Amazon sites.