Evening Classes – Duncan Jones
660 words Humour / Women’s Fiction
A modern take on the Billy Goats Gruff. Will the three aging hoofers taking the tap class overcome the old troll running the bridge class?
“Enough of this bickering,” said William Jones. “It is clear we all love what we do, even though there seems little call for it,” pondered Gabor Kecske. “Well we can take the classes jointly, you never know, one day we may be able to move to pastures new.” said Joe Deep as he smiled.
Read It Again – 20 Stories for Children of All Ages
20 stories to enrich the lives of children. This book contains stories for both younger and older children. Always have a story to read at bedtime, whatever their age.
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The Cheesy Feet’s Mission to Mars – Duncan Jones
2175 words Children 7 – 9 years
What will Captain Curly and the crew of the Cheesy Feet find on their mission to Mars? Who will be forced to perform the trial of the dangervoid? Will I stop asking questions as part of the blurb?
This story is included in the collection Read It Again
Once upon a dark, dark night the crew of the rocket “The Cheesy Feet” set off. In charge of the Cheesy Feet was Captain Curly. He was so named because no matter where he went his hair ended up really curly; first thing in the morning, last thing at night. In a solar storm on Ziggy Zog or after a swim in the Silent Seas of Saphion Seven his hair was always tremendously, and I mean tremendously curly.
The Monster Miggley Mory – Duncan Jones
2400 words Children 7 – 9 years
Slightly south of Somewhere, nearly next to Nowhere, around about Anywhere, beside the Back of Beyond lives the monster Miggley Mory. Well that’s what they say but honestly who believes in monsters?
Slightly south of Somewhere. Nearly next to Nowhere. Around about Anywhere. Beside the Back of Beyond. Lives the monster Miggley Mory. I’ve been told he is as big as Blandy Wig. I’ve heard he is meaner than a Mikkle Fickle Foo. I’ve read he rarely rabbles, well only in a flim flam and never on a Friday. Still I’ve heard plenty of piffle in my time and I don’t believe the half of it. The one thing everyone, and I mean everyone says about the monster Miggley Mory is that should you ever meet him you’d better have a story.