Reading minds is impossible, but it saved Rachel’s life. Separated at birth from her triplet brothers, thirteen-year-old Rachel lives on a farm with Megan, her adoptive mum. Is telepathy the secret to finding her brothers? Rod Griffiths latest novel Triple Trouble. For your copy of Triple Trouble, see below. £8.00 +P&P UK postage: Rod GriffithsContinue reading “Triple Trouble—Rod Griffiths”
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The Not So Stories
Prof Rod Griffiths has always admired Kipling’s Just So Stories. Kipling was expansive in his style and enjoyed playing with words. For example, we are told that the Whale: “ate the Starfish and the Garfish, and the Crab and the Dab, and the Plaice and the Dace, and the Skate and his mate, and theContinue reading “The Not So Stories”
Rod Griffiths acknowledges ‘the fine folk who run NaNoWriMo each year. It may seem like a daft idea to write a novel in a month, but it is fun and it got the first draft of this book written.’ Professor Rod Griffiths CBE lives in Gloucestershire UK and spends his time making up stories andContinue reading “Aimless Fear”
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Look out Kidderminster! Black Pear Press at BHG!
If you missed our Launch event in December, here’s a second chance. Black Pear Press will launch their Short Stories Anthology 16:30 Sunday 16 March in Kidderminster DY10 1EW at The BHG (Boar’s Head Gallery), the venue used for Mouth & Music. The stories in the anthology reflect the diverse talents of people living andContinue reading “Look out Kidderminster! Black Pear Press at BHG!”
Flashes of Fiction
As Mike Alma says, ‘You are getting 73 … yes, 73 different stories in one book.” All this for just £5.00 plus P&P. Following our fabulous launch event, UK customers can get the anthology ‘Flashes of Fiction’ via PayPal An eBook is available: eBook version
LitFest Flash Anthology Launch
Worcestershire LitFest and Fringe is launching the second Flash Fiction anthology from writers in the WLF Flash Fiction competition. Black Pear Press is pleased to publish this anthology. Selected writers will be reading their Flashes Sunday 19 January 2014, starting at 4pm. Competition organiser and judge, Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn, and judge Calum Kerr, will be atContinue reading “LitFest Flash Anthology Launch”