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Welcome to Singularity’s Point, the home of the paranormal thriller, urban fantasy, horror, humour (and humor), children’s poetry, science fictionflash fiction, guest posts and in depth peeks into the stories (phew!).  Please enjoy your stay!

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Thanks for dropping by my author page.  I write for fun and, let’s be honest, quite possibly therapy, and have done for more years than I care to remember.  My stories tend to be a little strange, but I suppose that describes me to a certain extent – and I’m happy with that.

Here you’ll find a little of me, my list of books and stories and where to buy them, Sin’s blog (thoughts and experiences from within the asylum) and much more…

 

Sin…featured book on Wattpad

Posted by on Mar 7, 2015 in news, Uncategorized | 0 comments

I’m proud to announce that Sin is a Featured Book on Wattpad, where it reached 666,000 reads on Halloween!
To read the serialisation, please drop by
wattpad
Remember that, if you would like the full novel, you can find it here

Humberston Academy poetry reading (redux)

Posted by on Mar 7, 2015 in news | 0 comments

blogger-image-882685023Please drop by and read the fantastically weird poetry from four primary schools.

I had the great pleasure of returning to Humberston Academy and holding a writing workshop with the 11 year old students of Humberston Primary, Middlethorpe Primary, Cloverfields Primary and New Waltham Primary.

Here’s their work!

You can also see the work from my previous visit, in which the pupils wrote pieces from the point of view of asylum patients, here…

 

Blog guest, Wayne Sharpe

Posted by on Mar 7, 2015 in news | 0 comments

Today on my Flip and Catch blog, I’m joined by my good friend and aspiring author of ‘Humboldt’s Tears‘, Wayne Sharpe
Sin, on the other hand, is wondering about rainbows…

StoryVille event

Posted by on Mar 7, 2015 in news, Writer's musings... | 0 comments

I had a lovely day at Freshney Place Shopping Centre (Grimsby, UK), where I appeared as part of their Storyville event.
My 11 year old daughter, Meg, came with me and we read from my Zits’n’Bits and Rudolph Saves Christmas books as well as colouring with the children and drawing pictures from the poems.
Meg was utterly amazing and took on board the storytelling herself, with lots of voices, arm flinging and laughs. It was a real pleasure having her there with me and I was very proud of her. All the children were wonderful and it was great to meet you all.