A collection of 12 stories
for those who enjoys the challenge of good
I've used a variety of genre
Tales delivering justice.
Smoke & Mirrors:
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other Sci-Fi stories
A collection of 15 tales which feature astronauts, aliens, Space exploration, planet invasion, unusual occurences, and much more.
Six stories are by guest authors.
Anthologies and Series
A teenager feels there must be more than a dead-end job and no social life.
During his lunch-break one day in 1969, while walking the city streets, he stops to look at the pictures in an Army Careers Office window.
How far might he go?
A Life of Choice: Part One
Tales to enjoy whether or not you have served. Humour, fact, fiction, and fantasy in: Vietnam, Africa, Northern Ireland, Ancient Briton, and the Persian Gulf.
Jim learns about his job, alcohol abuse, relationships, and more about life.
How does he cope under pressure?
Will the unit serve in troubled Northern Ireland?
How does Jim’s first German posting affect his outlook?
A Life of Choice: Part Two
A Life of Choice: Part Three
Every posting is a fresh start.
Jim has a chance to improve his qualifications. Whatever happens, he is scheduled to move on again after two years.
Will Jim settle in his new role, or will alcohol become a major part of his life again?
Is Jim shaping up as a soldier
A collection for readers who prefer a mixed genre.
I have featured vengeance, thriller, horror, paranormal, sci-fi, romance, contemporary, and sizzling romance (not erotica).
We all get urges.
Can you resist temptation?
A Life of Choice: Part Four
In West Berlin Jim faced a variety of conflicts. He had a further year to serve as he returned to the UK on leave harbouring a secret.
After Berlin, should Jim reconsider his military career?
If he accepts the next posting he’ll be back in West Germany with plenty of opportunities, but would he make the right decisions?
A Life of Choice: Part Five
Jim Faulkner started his military journey with profound doubts.
Would the army life be a failure or become a career?
A hedonistic lifestyle almost ended things at an early stage.
Jim strived to become a part of the military machine.
Whatever, it was A Life of Choice.
How will it end?