Latest Written Works
Ghost and Horror Stories
In this short ghost story, a young Victorian woman stays alone in the countryside in a family cottage. The cottage she is preparing to be sold to support her because of the death of her husband. However she uncovers some unsettling truths, in this classic Victorian style ghost story.
An ancient myth that haunts a small village in England, about an executioner that comes back from the dead to carry out chilling murders, is turning into a reality. As once again the executioner returns.
Although what slowly appears to be a connected series of chilling murders, shows that a far deeper mystery is occurring in this sleepy village.
A man awakens to a world where he is half way between the living and the dead.
Taylor Sage, a tracker of great skill with much military experience, is hired by a wealthy businessman to find a missing woman. This woman, en route across country to her father’s estate for a marriage she did not want, but has gone missing along with all those in the party she was travelling with. Taylor sets off in search of her only to uncover a far greater mystery.
A man investigates an ancient myth in the deep countryside. A myth that originates from reported hauntings that took place long ago, but these hauntings he does not believe happened and feels are nothing more than rumour and superstition. Although when he visits the location of this myth his eyes are opened to the reality of what is really happening.
A mysterious book that writes itself with no logical explanation. Is chanced upon by an unsuspecting book shop owner. The mystery and the fear is only heightened, when the writing starts to reveal answers that can save the lives of others and reveal those who have committed murders.
Comedy and Short Stories
In this dark comedy set in the idyllic English country side. The local Lord hires a new physician to help him with his failing health. However, it is not long before strange things start to happen in the village and two inquisitive local residents search to reveal an unexpected truth!
This non-fiction book provides a short and concise overview of the vastly complex history of the origins of cinema. From the very first zoetropes and magic lanterns, to the first motion capture film cameras. Covering the key individuals involved in the creation of cinema, such as, Albertus Magnus, Eadweard Muybridge, Louis Le Prince and the Lumiere Brothers. Any film fan or anyone with an interest in the history of cinema, should find this book both interesting and useful.