“The first step in crafting the life you want is to get rid of everything you don’t.” ― Joshua Becker. Alongside actual physical de-cluttering, which I am doing a little of every day while we find ourselves living in what feels like a dystopian drama, I am using this ‘lock-down’ time to … Continue reading De-Cluttering, Virtually
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“Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” ― Anonymous. I am sitting at my desk and looking with delight at the glass window of the book case part of this old bureau that I write at. Through the glass, on the shelves within, are colours and designs, on the spines of … Continue reading Treasure in my Cupboard
Synopsis: On the twentieth anniversary of the tragic death of rising tennis star, Francesca Laing, two old friends meet in an explosive exchange of accusation and recrimination. Was Franny’s death truly an accident or was her devastating death caused by something more sinister? This is a short story, of the mystery genre, by Dean G. … Continue reading The Last Steps of Francesca Laing
Synopsis: Frank had lived an ordinary village life. Now divorced, he loved seeing his two children at the weekends. With a romantic connection developing, life was getting better for Frank. That all changed one beautiful summer day, while at work in the library of the peaceful village of Brackfield. After hearing a powerful sound from … Continue reading The Last Summer’s Day
Synopsis: Twelve year old best friends, Emma and Preeti, are on holiday with Emma’s mum in a pretty cottage in a countryside village. Life in this quiet and pretty village is so different from hectic London and the two girls are soon enjoying summer days and ice cream away from city life. During a day … Continue reading Time Friends