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My second book of short stories (plus one novella) called Beyond Between was published on 21st June 2023 and can now be ordered from the publisher. It is available in paperback and eBook (Kobo and Amazon) formats.
20 Journeys Through The Multiverse
What might happen if the barriers between the worlds within the multiverse break down? What might come through from those worlds into our own, or leak out of our world to others? What possibilities might we encounter if we discover the technology or the power within ourselves to break down those barriers?
What strange beings might we encounter when we explore those worlds? Could we adapt to these worlds, evolving into new forms no longer compatible with our home world? Might we even forget our own Earthly origins? After hundreds or even thousands of years, could Earth become nothing more than a forgotten memory?
Read some possibilities within these pages!
Set on the remote Norfolk coastal village of Sea Palling during the 1970s, this emotional roller coaster by Norfolk resident, Linda Anne Atterton, pulls no punches. It is a novel of love and loss which carries us through sunshine and shadow to a tempestuous end that, somehow, must become a new beginning. Be prepared to shed tears!
You can pick up your copy here.
You can now pick up the Kindle eBook of Time's Revenge at: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0BL15CRLS.
Time's Revenge, the sequel to Time Portals of Norwich has now been published.
Comments from initial reviewers include: 'Gripping action, exasperating dilemmas and mind-bending time travel' and that it has 'twists and turns that keep the reader guessing to the end and beyond', as well as summarising it as: 'Thoroughly enjoyable!' and 'Unputdownable'.
You can pick up your copy here.
My extremely short story, The Best Solution, has been accepted for the new Clarity anthology (the word count maximum was 300). More details here.
The 2022 edition was published April 2022. It contains another of my stories, "Space Paint." Here's the Kindle Amazon link.
My collection of 18 short stories on the dual themes of "world endings" and "time travel" is now available. Titled Time Enough for the World to End, it can be obtained from the Viva Djinn (Horde) Publishing website or, as a Kindle ebook from Amazon.
From the back cover: "How many ways could civilisation, mankind or even the whole world come to an end? Is time travel something that can be controlled? But what if time travel controls you? Here are eighteen short stories from the author of Time Portals of Norwich and Splinters that seek to explore both themes, some with humour, others nightmarishly horrifying. Some stories manage to combine both themes."
A story I uploaded onto Wattpad around 18 months ago in response to a competition in conjuction with National Geographic (where it reached the top 10 submissions) has, for the past 4 weeks, been in the #1 position on Wattpad's Science Fiction category - I have absolutely no idea why!
You can read that, and all my other stories uploaded on Wattpad here.
With the 40th anniversary of being celebrated by Punk In The East and the release of various old Toads tracks by Detour Records on their Bored Teenagers label, the Toads web site has had a number of new additions including updated information and some downloadable copies of various fanzines from 1977.
The Summer Garden Buildings web site has had another makeover. More mobile friendly and "picture centric" it has already given sales a boost over the last few months of the year.
The Federation of Norfolk Archaeological and Historical Societies web site has now left its home on Poppyland and gained a new look along with its new domain name.
Norfolk Knitters is now Norfolk Knitters and Stitchers and they celebrate by having a makeover!
My article on UK Computer Magazines from the 1970s onwards has had a spring clean!
The Summer Garden Buildings web site makeover finally went live a few days ago. So far, everything is running quite smoothly though there are a few things that inevitably need tweaking!
The new version of the This is Cromer web site is now live along with the Cromer app for both iOS and Android.
The links to the mp3 song downloads are now back on this page.
After several years of threatening to do this I have finally rebuilt this whole site using the 'module' code in use on many of my other sites. Several older items have been permanently retired and there are other sections that have yet to be reinstated (such as the photos) but those will be added back in as I get around to them. Please note that the site no longer supports any version of IE older than IE8, so if you are still using IE7 or IE6 then for goodness sake upgrade your web browser ASAP!
Added code to this site to comply with the Cookie Law and have started going through all the other sites I've built adding this in for them as well... long job!
The new version of the web site for Ivy Farm Holiday Park at Overstrand on the picturesque Norfolk coast is now live.
A new web site for the rapidly growing Norfolk Knitters is now up and running!
The Stookey Blue site is now live.
A web based CMS for Seaward Safety went live today - no link as this is private site.
A new web site for the Norwich Dentists Study Group was unveiled today.