Relative Strangers: A Modern Vampire Story (Sophie Morgan Vampire Series #1)
Sophie Morgan is 23 and has always done the right thing. She’s caused no stress for her family, worked hard through university, has taken a successful leap onto the career ladder and nurtured a reasonably healthy bank balance. It’s no small surprise then when, on a post relationship break-up, mini-break to Antwerp, she pursues a pair of thieves who steal her friend’s handbag. But this is only the start of her world being turned upside down. She quickly learns that vampires exist, her neighbors aren’t what they seem and new boyfriends can be found in the strangest of situations.
Death in the Family (Sophie Morgan Vampire Series #2)
This time Sophie has more than vampires to deal with. In the face of estranged family members, the continued interest in her by Charles Ferrers and the prospect of her love affair with Mickey Kelly ultimately being a doomed one, Sophie has difficult choices to make. Will she accept the supernatural world and what her role in it might be?
Hostile Relations (Sophie Morgan Vampire Series #3)
When the body of a young man is pulled from the River Taff in Cardiff, there is more than one person who suspects that a new vampire has arrived in town.
Sophie Morgan, coming to terms with a dark family secret and looking for distraction, is thrown into the seedy underbelly of Cardiff when she takes some freelance work at a shelter for the homeless. Is a vampire deliberately picking off the vulnerable, or are there more human elements at work?
Kasper Andersen, appointed as enforcer for the oldest vampire clans, is new to the area. Is the mounting body count the work of his sire, or is vampire gangmaster and nightclub owner Doyle responsible?
DI Neil Rogers would rather be solving a series of robberies as he approaches retirement but the supernatural world just wants to suck him back in.
Their worlds collide in this sinister third instalment of The Sophie Morgan Vampire Series, but who will survive and who will pay the ultimate price?
Off the Bench
Off the Bench is an amusing, inspiring collection of flash fiction which you can read during your coffee break ! Life is hard, sometimes it’s difficult, but there is always, always hope – whether it is an army widow finding comfort in the dreams and hopes of an military bride, or a pensioner who discovers that heaven isn’t quite what he expected and that God likes gardening and listening to his mp3 player. For those who prefer something darker, there even a flash of resistance to authority.
Poverty, Pills and the Port
This collection of poetry is evocative of growing up in Wales in the eighties and nineties. In ten short poems, I shine a spotlight on the decline of traditional industries in South Wales and changes to our communities, as well as drugs, homelessness and youth unemployment. There’s also a little humour, with poems like Clubland and Back in the Saddle. There’s a little nod to Goldie Lookin Chain.
Restorative Justice With a Twist
A free short story of horror and revenge
Karen Jensen isn’t used to being the centre of attention and she certainly doesn’t go to bars to pick up men. Tonight is different though. With just one thing in mind she is determined to get her man, but will the night end as either of them expect?
Warning: Contains adult themes and graphic horror.