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Our story of the week is a New Year Story from the writer Amy Kitcher. Amy has been a waitress, a teacher, a shop assistant, a lobbyist, and a politician. She has camped in the Sahara, lived in a Parisian apartment reputedly haunted by a monk and survived being run over by a pensioner. She loves travelling, reading and board games –

Our story of the week is a calm story from the writer Sarah Dale. Sarah started writing seriously some years ago and self-published two non-fiction books, Keeping Your Spirits Up, and Bolder and Wiser. The latter won an Indie Brag award. She is currently in her second year of the MA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck University. Sarah

Our story of the week is a sibling rivalry story from the writer Emma Lee. Emma has written since she was a little girl. Her first publication was in the school magazine at the age of five. Since then she’s had poems and short stories published in magazines and anthologies in the UK, USA, Mexico and South Africa and three poetry coll

Our Story of the Week is a chauffeur story from the writer Simon Kyle Parker. Simon studied scriptwriting at university. Films are his first love but storytelling is his obsession. He began his writing career with short screenplays, a few of which are dotted about on YouTube. His first big success was writing Christmas Ranch, which

Our Story of the Week is a gratuity story from the writer Owen Lindsay Boyd. Owen Lindsay Boyd is a writer and traveller originally from Melbourne, Australia. His travels have taken him to around seventy countries all over the world. He has spent extended periods in several of them, often as a volunteer personal carer to marginalised p

Our Story of the Week is an inspiration story from the writer Yvonne Dykes. Yvonne writes both short stories and longer fiction. In 2014, she self-published her first novel Brondesbury Villas on Amazon Kindle and began attending creative writing courses at City Lit. In 2015, her first short story, A Death, was published in City Lit’s

Our story of the week is an unnerving story from the writer Sandra Arnold. Sandra is an award-winning writer, originally from the UK. She has a PhD in Creative Writing from Central Queensland University, Australia and has published two novels and a book on parental bereavement. She now lives in New Zealand. Sandra's work appears in

Our story of the week is a story about youthful mistakes from the writer Gordon Gibson. Gordon lives in Troon, on the south-west coast of Scotland. He started working in steelworks in Motherwell, and later trained as a primary school teacher. This led on to a twenty-year-long career as a lecturer in higher education. In 2010, Gordon