Feathers – Gifts from Angels?

Each time I visit my father he has a small pile of newspaper clippings for me to look at. He usually saves anything to do with writing or any medical articles he thinks may be of interest. On… Read More

Half a Pound of Tuppenny Rice by David Coubrough

  Grant Morrison is determined to uncover the secrets surrounding two mysterious deaths that occurred over forty years ago. In 1972 Grant was on holiday in Cornwall with his family. It had been a tradition for some years… Read More

No Longer Safe by A J Waines

When Alice Fleming receives an invitation to join an old university friend, Karen Morley, on a two week vacation in Scotland she is delighted that her friend has got in contact again. It has been six years since… Read More

Our Responsibility to be Happy

“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” Dalai Lama XIV I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s our duty to society to be happy.  At face value it seems self-centred and indulgent to… Read More