Here’s a sneaky peek from my latest novel, Peripheral Vision, which appeared on the blog, Sarah Potter Writes, a couple of days ago. Feel free to get your orders in early! 🙂 Thank you to Sarah for asking me to be this month’s guest storyteller.
David was shortlisted for the Independent on Sunday Short Story Competition in 1997. His short story, Woman’s Best Friend, also appears in the IOS New Stories published by Bloomsbury. His poetry has been widely published in Ireland, Britain and the US in anthologies and poetry journals. David is the author of six feature-length screenplays, a collection of short stories, a poetry collection, two stories for children, and his first novel, Love is Blood. He has just finished his second novel, Peripheral Vision.
Sarah says: Welcome to my blog, David, and thank you so much for being my first guest storyteller for 2015. This January is somewhat of a celebration, as it’s exactly a year since I began this monthly guest slot, which started out as an experiment but has really taken off.
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