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Members' Publications

Pen and Ink's (a.k.a. J M Forster) children's and young teens' novel Shadow Jumper is published by Scribblepad Press. (Available 22/7/14)
  • A psychological mystery book for older children (10+). Now available in paperback and Kindle ebook. To order in bookshops.

  • pilgrimrose's (a.k.a. Rosy Cole) The Mustard Seed is published . (Available Now)
  • A children's play about Mary Jones, a Welsh girl of Georgian times who saved for six long years and walked 25 miles barefoot to obtain a rare copy of the Bible in Welsh. Her amazing story saw the British & Foreign Bible Society launched in 1804. This



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    Dina's (a.k.a. Sozou-Kyrkou Konstantina) short story collection Black Greek Coffee is published in Troubador Publications. (Available 28 November 2014)
  • 23 short stories set in rural 20th century (mainly) Greece. The collection draws a vivid, darker picture of life in Greece. The stories deal with the domestic violence, male domination, superstition and ignorance, the strong influence of religion.

  • Tony Parker's political thriller The Barleycorn Project is published by eBooks - UK. (Available From June 2014)
  • This is a fast moving, exciting but thought-provoking political thriller set in a dystopian Britain sometime in the future. Available only as an ebook on Amazon.

  • TassieDevil's (a.k.a. Alan C. Williams, Samantha Tonge, Linda Lewis et alia) Romance Anthology By My Side is published by Alfie Dog. (Available 17th June 2014)
  • Author Alan C. Williams has had his story 'Star Bright' selected for inclusion in the romance collection ‘By My Side’ . The collection brings together some of the best short stories from 20 authors across the globe.

  • Becca's (a.k.a. Rebecca Lloyd) Short STory Mercy is published in Tartarus Press. (Available 26th March 2014)
  • Rebecca Lloyd’s new collection of sixteen strange stories, nine of which are previously unpublished, is made up of tales of unease with a sprinkling of the ghostly, menacing and fantastical. The stories inhabit the fragile space between fantasy and realit

  • Katerina's (a.k.a. Tina K Burton ) anthology Came as Me, Left as We is published in Alfie Dog Fiction. (Available Now)
  • An anthology of 21 great stories with different themes by various writers.

  • Richard Brown's Modern Metaphysical Theory Something to Believe is published by Right Words. (Available 30/06/2013)
  • The distillation of a lifetime's thought, a completely radical view of the nature of the universe. It poses the crucial question: In which camp shall you settle, the linear or the circular?

  • euclid's (a.k.a. JJ Toner) Crime thriller FIND EMILY is published on Amazon kindle. (Available Available now)
  • Number 2 in the DI Ben Jordan series. Jordan is tasked with finding an eleven-year-old schoolgirl who has been abducted.

  • shellgrip's (a.k.a. Jack Gritton) Short Stories with an SF/Crime twist Beneath Our Feet is published in Amazon Kindle. (Available Now)
  • My ever growing collection of shorts, though not growing fast enough. 4 so far, 5th about to be added.

  • SamanthaT's (a.k.a. Samnatha Tonge) Short Story Collection Sweet Talk is published in Alfie Dog Fiction. (Available Out now)
  • A collection of feel-good stories bound to leave you feeling uplifted, from Samantha Tonge, a regular writer for The People's Friend magazine. The perfect gift for that difficult-to-buy-for person!

  • Bald Man's (a.k.a. Colin Neville) General Fiction Millstone is published in FeedaRead. (Available 2011)
  • A male teacher in a primary school struggles to clear his name after false allegations of sexual misconduct are made by pupils and a parent against him.






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    Members Personal Blogs

    SueLHighlights of the HNS conference
    This was my first HNS conference and I was unsure of what to expect and as a newbie was rather nervous about meeting people. I needn’t have worried.

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    Jim BeardOh I Am a Mancunian
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