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Summer Shorts by Rosen Trevithick, David Wailing, Daphne Coleridge, Cecilia Peartree, Lynda Wilcox, Lou Wellman

Summer Shorts

by Cecilia Peartree, Lynda Wilcox, Rosen Trevithick, David Wailing, Daphne Coleridge, Lou Wellman

Six short fiction stories which explore the light and dark sides of summer.

Fatal Error by Lynda Wilcox

After a near-fatal car crash, Ann Nesbitt decides to recuperate in Beachcombe, a place she hasn't visited in twenty years. The village has changed in that time, and so has Ann, but as the memories come rushing back, evoked by the looming bulk of Haddon Head, Ann faces a stark choice and the ghost of her past.

Nineteen Seventy-Steve by David Wailing

Steve’s summer is the best! He’s going to remember it forever. But can you remember anything without becoming part of the memory?

A Royal Mess by Rosen Trevithick

Dee Whittaker and her estranged husband Gareth, are destined to...

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Cecilia Peartree

Cecilia Peartree

Mystery writer by night, database manager by day

Cecilia Peartree is the mystery writing pen-name of a suburban database manager. She works as a database manager in an arts organisation in Edinburgh.

Cecilia writes the Pitkirtly series of mystery novels, set in a small town in Fife, with occasional forays into other genres.

All her first drafts are done during NaNoWriMo and its offshoots. She belongs to a writing group called NaNoBeans.

When she isn't working or writing, Cecilia helps with props for...

Lynda Wilcox

Lynda Wilcox

Writer of funny whodunits - without sex, gore, or bad language

Lynda's first piece of published writing was a poem in the school magazine. In her twenties she wrote Pantomime scripts for Amateur Dramatic groups and was a founder member of The Facts of Life, a foursome who wrote and performed comedy sketches for radio. Now she concocts fantasy stories for older children (10-13) and writes funny whodunits for adults.

Lynda lives in a small town in England, in an untidy house with four ageing computers and her (equally ageing but very supportive) husband. She enjoys pottering in the garden where she grow...

Rosen Trevithick

Rosen Trevithick

British Author of Humorous and Psychological Fiction For Children and Adults

Rosen was born in Cornwall and grew up on Restronguet Creek. She studied Experimental Psychology at St Catherine's College, Oxford, before moving back to the West Country. She now lives in Falmouth with two imaginary cats, fantasising about getting a real one.

In 2011 Rosen was an aspiring author. Writing was a hobby. The following January sales of her Kindle books took off. Her total download count is now approaching quarter of a million.

Rosen has a variety of books in print including...

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